Kevin Horrigan compiles the things he's learned from the events in Ferguson following the shooting of Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson.
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The Post-Dispatch has reviewed thousands of pages of grand jury documents released after it did not indict Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown on Aug. 9. Here is a selection from the documents.
We can pledge to do better, then muddle
Eyewitnesses were not consistent in what they saw when Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown
The officer who fatally shot Michael Brown says he did what he had to do.
Secondary protest movement had arisen there after VonDerrit Myers shooting.
Man who torched police car, several people who looted stores are charged, police say.
Legal scholars say federal case more difficult, but there is precedence
At least 17 businesses damaged or destroyed by fire, 61 arrests, two shootings, two police cars torched, handgun seized
Police made 21 arrests in south St. Louis.
29 arrests, two shootings, two police cars torched, handgun seized
Wilson said that he felt he was authorized to use force against Michael Brown Jr. after Brown punched him twice in the face.
The announcement drove hundreds into the streets.
Obama calls for peace while Rep. William Lacy Clay expresses disappointment.
Michael Brown was killed Aug. 9 by Ferguson officer Darren Wilson.
At least 61 people were arrested overnight.
The meeting will be held at a school in the Shaw neighborhood.
A commercial real estate expert organized the meeting.
The former officer cites security concerns as a reason for his decision. ‘It is my hope that my resignation will allow the community to heal.’
Businesses and police keep fingers crossed.
Original plan to was use Guard to protect businesses against the very kind of looting and arson that occurred.
Legal experts have different opinions on whether the grand jury process was biased in favor of a non-indictment
Comments by Capt. Ron Johnson on Monday lead to complaints.
Commanders said the second night's chaos was far less than that of the night before.
Authorities reported 21 fires in and around Ferguson on Monday night.
About 250 protesters gathered outside the Old Courthouse late Wednesday morning and held mock trials of major characters in the Michael Brown case
“I lived in St. Louis for 17 years ... watching the news right now breaks my heart," Bob Staake told the magazine.
Business owners and helpful strangers spruced up the protest ground Wednesday with brooms and paintbrushes.
More districts called off class Tuesday than did not, with all north St. Louis County districts – as well as Clayton – closing because of safety concerns and road closures.
Organic farm offers food and education programs for community.
Marked contrast to Monday night's mayhem.
Protesters marched to courthouse, then blocked interstate
Obama will convene meetings on how to address police-community relations
Wounded officer in serious condition, police say.
Loan program is for businesses rioters attacked Monday night
A few protesters in Ferguson waved American flags but traffic kept moving.
Officer says he followed his training and the law in shooting Michael Brown.
Long wait before announcement gives stations plenty of time to speculate.
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Ahead of the decision announcement Monday night, the St. Louis County Courthouse started to clear out and schools in the area canceled after-hour activities.
Announcement expected tonight on whether officer will face charges in Michael Brown shooting.
People spend a rainy day speculating about what is to come.
Restaurants in Ferguson, Clayton and elsewhere in St. Louis are closing early due to the 8 p.m. announcement.
The men, including one journalist, were arrested on charges of unlawful assembly, police said.
St. Louis County prosecuting attorney has promised to seek release of grand jury records if officer is not indicted.
Help offered to girls whose school is canceled
The region scrambled Friday to prepare for what many assume is an imminent grand jury decision in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
From a developmental standpoint, they aren’t ready to handle what they will see and experience, he says.
The suit was filed on behalf of a journalist who said he was ordered to stop filing in the early days of protest.
Sales at businesses along West Florissant Avenue are down by as much as 75 percent since August unrest, they say.
In anticipation of Ferguson grand jury announcement.
The Chris Brown event joins the Hunter Hayes and David Nail concerts as recent events pulled over state of emergency in Missouri.
The announcement was made via Twitter Tuesday evening without details of when the event might be rescheduled.