Ferguson, MO (KTRS) Today marks the one year anniversary of a Grand Jury’s announcement not the indict then Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
Since then, signs of hope have emerged. Some of the nearly two dozen businesses destroyed in the November 24th riots have reopened. Concrete barricades that protected the police station are gone and the north county community led almost exclusively by whites, now has an African-American city manager, municipal judge and two new African-American council members.
The community has also adopted several court reforms.