Ferguson

Ferguson, Missouri Mayor James Knowles announces that Police Chief Thomas Jackson will step down, in Ferguson, Missouri on March 11, 2015. Jacksons departure is being called a mutual separation and will be effective March 19. Jackson is leaving following a Justice Department report that accused the city's police and court system of racial bias.    Photo by Bill Greenblatt/UPI

Ferguson Mayor Says He’s Not Resigning

James Knowles’ comments come amidst a recall petition drive

03/14/2015

St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar briefs media on shooting of Mike Brown. (Photo: Michael Calhoun/KMOX)

Chief Belmar Says No Imminent Arrests in Officer’s Shootings

Detectives working around the clock

03/13/2015

Protestors demonstrate outside the Ferguson Police Department on March11, 2015 in Ferguson, MO. Protests erupted after the announcement of  the resignation of Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson earlier in the day. (Photo by Michael B. Thomas/Getty Images)

Protest Organizers Say More Work Needed in Ferguson

St. Louis County police said Friday their investigation continues into Thursday’s shooting of two officers near a protest scene

03/13/2015

Looters in Ferguson set fire to a QuikTrip. (Photo: KMOX/Michael Calhoun)

Destroyed Ferguson QuikTrip Will Not Be Rebuilt

The burned-out Ferguson QuikTrip that was destroyed during unrest following the shooting death of Michael Brown will not be rebuilt at the site – it will instead be donated to the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis.

03/13/2015

FERGUSON, MO - MARCH 12: Police officers secure the crime scene outside the police station after two officers were shot and wounded during last night's protest on March 12, 2015 in Ferguson, Missouri. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Police And Activists Try To Tamp Down Tensions In Ferguson

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — With measured remarks and a conciliatory tone, police, political leaders and civil-rights activists on Thursday sought to tamp down tensions after two police officers were shot in front of the Ferguson […]

03/12/2015

Police officers stand on alert during a protests outside the Ferguson Police Department on March11, 2015 in Ferguson, MO. Protests erupted after the announcement of  the resignation of Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson earlier in the day. (Photo by Michael B. Thomas/Getty Images)

Crimestoppers Offers Big Reward in Police Shooting

$10,000 for a tip that leads to arrest of shooter

03/12/2015

Missouri Congressman Lacy Clay (KMOX file photo)

Mo. Congressmen Offering Reward For Information In Ferguson Police Shooting

Congressmen Lacy Clay and Emanuel Cleaver are offering money out of their own pockets for information leading to an arrest in the shooting of two officers in Ferguson.

03/12/2015

KMOX file photo.

Missouri Highway Patrol To Assist In Ferguson Security Detail

The Missouri Highway Patrol is being called in to assist St. Louis County Police with the protest security detail in Ferguson.

03/12/2015

Law enforcement officials secure the crime scene and continue to search for evidence outside the police station after two officers were shot and wounded during last night's protest on March 12, 2015 in Ferguson, Missouri. Demonstrators had gathered outside the station to celebrate and protest after learning the city's police chief would be stepping down following the release of a Justice Department report that disparaged the department. Ferguson has faced many violent protests since the August shooting death of Michael Brown by a Ferguson police officer. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Ferguson Commission Co-Chairs Call For Regional Engagement

Rev. Starsky Wilson & Rich McClure say violence causes fear, stokes mistrust, and casts a shadow over productive attempts to heal.

03/12/2015

Ferguson, Missouri Mayor James Knowles leaves a press conference following the announcement that Police Chief Thomas Jackson will step down, in Ferguson, Missouri on March 11, 2015. Jacksons departure is being called a mutual separation and will be effective March 19. Jackson is leaving following a Justice Department report that accused the city's police and court system of racial bias.    Photo by Bill Greenblatt/UPI

Ferguson Mayor, City Council React to Shootings

James Knowles asks for peace, prayer, and unity.

03/12/2015

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