Ferguson

A volunteer crew cleans up debris outside Red's BBQ near QT in Ferguson on Aug. 19, 2014. (Brett Blume/KMOX)

Red’s BBQ in Ferguson Will Not Reopen

“Given all of the circumstances, Red’s has decided that it is closing its business and unfortunately will not be reopening,” says attorney Jay Kanzler.

01/21/2015

Photo of Darren Wilson after Michael Brown altercation  (Courtesy: St. Louis County Prosecuting Office)

NYT: Justice Dept. Recommends Former Ferguson Officer be Cleared of Civil Rights Charges

Wilson’s defense attorney, Neil Bruntrager, says he has not told his client to breathe a sigh of relief just yet – he’s heard nothing from the Justice Department.

01/21/2015

Courtesy of St. Louis County Police.

WATCH: Surveillance Video, Images Released of Dellwood Market Looting

182 still images of “identifiable suspects” on St. Louis County Police Department website, Twitter page.

01/21/2015

(Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Three Council Seats Up For Grabs in Ferguson

Filing deadline Tuesday evening saw eight candidates, but none were incumbents

01/20/2015

Photo/Bill Greenblatt

Eric Vickers: New Generation of Protesters disrespectful to MLK

Eric Vickers says traditional MLK celebrations mostly repulse them

01/20/2015

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus attend a church service in Ferguson, Mo. on January 18, 2015 (Twitter/@officialCBC)

Black Caucus Members Meet With Ferguson Protesters

Members of Congress call the weekend session a productive one.

01/19/2015

1/16/12-Hundreds of people packed the rotunda at the Old Courthouse downtown Monday for the annual observation of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. "We're here today to celebrate (Dr. King's) legacy, to celebrate the achievements that he helped this country accomplish," said Congressman Lacy Clay, one of many speakers during the event. It was followed by the annual MLK Day March from the Old Courthouse to Powell Hall. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Black Caucus Members Invoke MLK At Ferguson Church Service

Leading black members of Congress took to a church pulpit in Ferguson, Missouri, on Sunday to trace a direct link from Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy to the fight for criminal justice reform after recent fatal police shootings across the U.S.

01/18/2015

Ten members of the Congressional Black Caucus and U.S. Rep. William Lacy Clay are scheduled to take part in a Ferguson church service honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Missouri Congressman William Lacy Clay Jr.

Black Caucus, Rep. Clay Attend Ferguson MLK Church Service

Ten members of the Congressional Black Caucus and U.S. Rep. William Lacy Clay are scheduled to take part in a Ferguson church service honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

01/18/2015

UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Police Killings Prompt Array of Bills in State Legislatures

With legislatures convening across the country, lawmakers are moving quickly to respond to one of the biggest stories of the past year, the police killings of unarmed residents in Missouri, New York and elsewhere.

01/14/2015

Surveillance photos from the looting at the Crazy Deals store on November 24, 2014. (Courtesy: St. Louis County Police)

Police Release More Footage Of Ferguson Looting Suspects

Warrants are now out for five Ferguson looting suspects, and authorities released more surveillance video and photos today.

01/13/2015

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