Ferguson

Ella Jones (right) hugs her opponent Adrienne Hawkins, minutes before the polls close. They wished each other luck, and said no matter which one of them is elected, today's vote is a win.

History at Ferguson Council Meeting Tonight

When attorney Wesley Bell and retired entrepreneur Ella Jones take their oaths, they will increase the number of African-Americans on the Ferguson City Council to three.

04/21/2015

Planting (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)

Sapling Planted in Michael Brown’s Memory Destroyed

Officials in Ferguson say they will replace two recently planted saplings this week, including one planted in the memory of 18-year-old Michael Brown.

04/20/2015

(Kevin Killeen/KMOX)

St. Louis Aldermen Vote to Create Civilian Review Board

The new board will have oversight in St. Louis city only and will have no say in nearby Ferguson.

04/20/2015

Members of the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus held a town hall forum in St. Louis County on April 18, 2015 (KMOX/Brad Choat)

Missouri’s Black Caucus Discusses 2015 Agenda

Members gathered in north St. Louis County to discuss court reform, right to work, and more

04/19/2015

(KMOX/Brad Choat)

TIAM Saturday April 18th

Shredding, Girl Scouts, Ferguson Brewing and I Love Lucy

04/18/2015

Police and national guard arrest a demonstrator outside the police station November 28, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

National Guard Called Protestors ‘Enemy Forces’

The Missouri National Guard referred to protestors in Ferguson last year as “enemy forces” and “adversaries,” according to documents obtained by CNN.

04/17/2015

(Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Ferguson Hires Lawyer to Negotiate with DOJ

Ferguson released only a brief statement confirming it has hired prominent Illinois attorney Daniel K. Webb to negotiate with the Justice Department on the consent decree.

04/17/2015

Photo:  Michael B. Thomas/AFP/Getty Images

Most St. Louis Area Police Departments Aren’t Accredited

Better Together spokesman Dave Leipholtz says their recent study found that among 60 departments that patrol the St. Louis region, accreditation is by far the exception rather than the rule.

04/16/2015

Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City, Missouri. Photo: Getty Images,  Jordan McAlister

Officers May Face Restrictions Using Deadly Force

The officer related shooting in South Carolina that led to murder charges against the officer would be legal in Missouri, but that could change.

04/14/2015

St. Louis Police

Dotson: Plenty of Blame for Violent Crime Increase to Go Around

Dotson says a lack of help for those dealing with issues that lead to crime are leaving police alone on the front lines.

04/14/2015

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