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Ferguson announces hiring of new city manager

( KTRS ) The city Ferguson has announced the hiring of a new city manager. According to a statement, released late Tuesday night, the city council ch...

Activists seek ways to implement Ferguson Commission suggestions

(KTRS) – Activists and organizers are coming together to find ways to hold elected officials accountable for implementing suggestions from the F...

FBI admits to using planes for surveillance during Ferguson unrest

WASHINGTON (AP) – FBI Director Jim Comey says the agency used its aircraft above Ferguson, Missouri, last year to help local law enforcement kee...

DOJ releases report on St. Louis County Police

(KTRS) – The Department of Justice issued their final report on the response to unrest in the wake of Michael Brown’s shooting death. The ...

Ferguson Commission to unveil report recommending reforms.

( KTRS ) A report from a reform panel formed after the Ferguson police shooting of Michael Brown is set to be released with several suggestions includ...

Ben Carson after Ferguson tour: Nation should de-emphasize race

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says America needs to “de-emphasize race” as a national issue. Carson ...

Man will be sentenced for cyber attack on police union website

ST. LOUIS (AP) – December sentencing is set for a man who admitted in federal court that he helped orchestrate a cyberattack that disabled a pol...

DOJ Report finds issues, list suggestions on how to improve police response after Michael Brown shooting

(KTRS) – The US Department of Justice has released the third of four planned reports on the police response to unrest in Ferguson last year. -Th...

New judge announces changes to Ferguson municipal court

The previous municipal judge resigned in March after a U.S. Justice Department report said Ferguson’s municipal court system often targeted blacks

Ferguson Commission set to meet Monday night

The commission includes protesters, municipal and police officials, and community and business leaders