Some North County adults suggest working with teens to get them involved in improving relations with police.
Capt. Ron Johnson reports only seven protest arrests Thursday into Friday
POLL: Two in Three Americans Don’t Know Enough to Say Whether Shooting of Michael Brown Was Warranted
Fifty-nine percent of Americans – including 67 percent of whites but just 43 percent of blacks – think the protesters’ actions have gone too far, according to a new CBS News/New York Times poll.
Those Ferguson businesses that have been damaged during the unrest, and even some that haven’t, should be able to recover losses through insurance.
U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill plans to look deeper into the militarization of local police departments. She announced today that she will lead a Senate hearing in September to do just that.
Threatened with arrest, State Sen. Jamilah Nasheed refused to back down, crossing a yellow line of police tape to deliver petition signatures to St. Louis County prosector Bob McCulloch calling for a special prosecutor in the Ferguson, Mo., shooting case.
St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch released a statement Thursday stating he has no intention of recusing himself from the Michael Brown case, and that Gov. Nixon needs to “settle this issue now.”
Gov. Jay Nixon released a statement ordering the Missouri National Guard to begin a systematic process of withdrawing from Ferguson.
Time Magazine just released the cover of its September first edition and it hits close to home.
Following the unrest in Ferguson, fewer than half of Americans are satisfied with President Barack Obama’s response, but assessments are more positive than negative.