Rich McClure is co-chair of the commission, and encouraged members and the community to have an open mind.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon now says a special legislative session will not be necessary to pay for the public safety response to protests in the St. Louis area.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has reversed plans to cut the amount of money paid by the state to blind residents.
Missouri Senate and House leaders today called for public hearings to investigate Gov. Jay Nixon’s response to the unrest in Ferguson, and to determine if emergency appropriations are necessary to fund operations for the Missouri State Highway Patrol and Missouri National Guard.
Rev. Traci Blackmon’s message followed a “sit in” outside the justice center in Clayton
“Gov. Jay Nixon should resign in disgrace.” he says. “Jay Nixon has failed us miserably.”
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says more than 2,200 National Guardsmen will be in place in the region near Ferguson on Tuesday night in the event of more violence.
In a statement released from Gov. Jay Nixon’s office, the governor says there will be more National Guardsmen supporting law enforcement tonight in the St. Louis region.
President Cornell Brooks says they’ll call on Gov. Nixon to remove the Ferguson police chief
Gov. Nixon, Charlie Dooley, Francis Slay, and Dan Isom spoke a couple of hours before the big reveal in the Michael Brown case.