Ferguson, Justice Department Resolve LawsuitMayor James Knowles says resolving the lawsuit is a big step forward.
More Input Gathered On Ferguson Consent Decree ProposalEstimated costs were announced as citizens sounded off on policing standards agreement with DOJ
Interim Police Chief to Bridge Police, Community GapFerguson Police Chief Andre Anderson is looking forward to better days, even though he only has the job on an interim bases right now.
Ferguson Mulls Removing Michael Brown Shrine From Mid-StreetThe shrine stretches several yards down the center of Canfield Drive, and city leaders are grappling with the thorny question of whether to remove or replace it.
Officer: Shooting Outside Ferguson Police Department 'Ambush'Two officers were shot in front of the Ferguson Police Department early Thursday, authorities said.
Ferguson Mayor Announces Police Chief's ResignationJames Knowles says "mutual agreement" reached with Tom Jackson
UPDATE: Ferguson PD Submits Racial Disparity Data to Koster's OfficeAttorney General Chris Koster's office says Ferguson has now complied with state law
Coalition of Black Leaders Supports DOJ Action in FergusonSome call for new leadership at police department and city hall, while others are going to Jefferson City for solutions
Ferguson Protesters Return to Police HeadquartersProtesters outside police headquarters in Ferguson shouted "I told you so!" after the U.S. Department of Justice found patterns of discrimination in the department.
Ferguson Officials: No Word on Federal InvestigationsFerguson City Attorney Stephanie Karr and Mayor James Knowles III said they have not been contacted by the Department of Justice about any findings, nor given a timeline for completion of the investigations.
Report: Justice Dept. Preparing to Sue Ferguson Police DepartmentAccording to CNN, the issue at stake is "a pattern of racially discriminatory tactics used by officers within the Ferguson Police Department."
Lawyer: Darren Wilson Wants to Translate Event Into Teachable MomentThe lawyer for former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson says his client wants to take what happened and make it a “teachable moment.”

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