Eyes of Nation on Ferguson, Lead Monitor Tells ResidentsThe lead monitor overseeing efforts to eradicate racial bias in Ferguson's police and court system told residents Monday that the ``eyes of the whole nation'' are on the St. Louis suburb.
Missouri High Court Won't Hear Ferguson-Related LawsuitThe Missouri Supreme Court announced in an order obtained by media outlets Friday that it won't hear the matter.
Tyron Woodley on Fighting's Biggest Stage at UFC 205The two-time NCAA All-American wrestler at the University of Missouri says he's come a long way.
Group Working to Help Missouri Parents Address TraumaThe forum's participants will get a bus tour of Ferguson and St. Louis to understand the region's tension and challenges regarding inequity.
Washington University Presidential Debate: Win, Lose or Draw?Who won last night's presidential debate at Washington University?
Ferguson Police Gets Grant to Hire Two New OfficersChief says it will help start filling 13 officer shortfall.
Federal Judge Rules Against Ferguson ProtestersThe protesters claimed they were pepper sprayed, shot with rubber bullets or pinned to the ground under officer's knees.
Ferguson, St. Louis PD Among 4 in Area Receiving DOJ GrantsFerguson is getting a quarter-million dollars to fund two community engagement officers. St. Louis is receiving over $1.8 million for 15 homicide officers.
Judge Tosses Lawsuit Over Ferguson Protest Police TacticsU.S. District Judge Henry Autry ruled Friday in St. Louis that the plaintiffs ``have completely failed to present any credible evidence'' proving the questioned tactics by police involved malice or bad faith.
New Ferguson Playground Open For BusinessDozens of volunteers put together the set behind the Ferguson Community Center in five hours.
Kansas City Police to Begin Testing Body-Worn CamerasFor the next 90 days, 25 Kansas City officers will be wearing body cameras while on duty.
Discipline Possible for Ex-Officer's Actions in FergusonVideo shows former Lt. Raymond D. Albers of the St. Ann Police Department pointing a gun at protesters and swearing at them.

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