The parents of Michael Brown sat down with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Thursday for their most extended interview since the shooting death of their son.
A St. Louis County police official says there are two sides to every story – but both are not receiving equal treatment in news coverage.
Former St. Louis Police Chief Dan Isom, now a professor at the University of Missouri – St. Louis, has some thoughts on restoring order and calm to Ferguson, Mo. One early criticism – the militarization of police.
A new order from police Monday for the crowds gathering in Ferguson: Keep it moving.
Police tried to push them back by firing tear gas while shouting over a bullhorn that the protest was no longer peaceful.
Police have fired multiple smoke canisters into a crowd of defiant protesters in a St. Louis suburb where a black teen had been shot by a white police officer while walking down the street.
A couple hundred defiant protesters remained in Ferguson after a midnight curfew took effect in a St. Louis suburb where a black teen had been shot by a white police officer while walking down the street.
He’s an African American. He’s from North St. Louis County. And as a local commander of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, his job Thursday night is to establish calm in Ferguson.
On Aug. 9, 18-year-old Michael Brown, a recent high school graduate about to start college, was shot and killed by a Ferguson, Mo., police officer. Brown was unarmed.
Protestors rallied outside University City Hall demanding them to re-instate firefighters with pay.