Missouri

(Ferguson, MO) -- Ferguson, Missouri Police Chief Thomas Jackson is apologizing on video to the parents of Michael Brown. CNN reports Jackson released the video today. The unarmed black teenager was shot and killed by white Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson on August 9th...
(Ferguson, MO) -- Ferguson, Missouri Police Chief Thomas Jackson is apologizing on video to the parents of Michael Brown. CNN reports Jackson released the video today where he said, quote, "I'm truly sorry for the loss of your son. I'm also sorry that it took so long to remove...
(Ferguson, MO) -- Ferguson, Missouri Police Chief Thomas Jackson is apologizing on video to the parents of Michael Brown. CNN reports Jackson released the video today where he said, quote, "I'm truly sorry for the loss of your son. I'm also sorry that it took so long to remove...
(Kansas City, MO) -- A Missouri judge today will hear arguments on whether to recognize the marriage of a same-sex couple. The lawsuit filed in February lists ten couples as plaintiffs. A favorable ruling would validate the marriages of all Missouri couples wed in states where...
(Bellefontaine Neighbors, MO) -- Bellefontaine Neighbors Police are searching for a baby who was abducted from an area park. A woman called the cops to report that her boyfriend took her baby Wednesday night from Bella Fontaine Park. Police confirm that the boyfriend is the...
(Clayton, MO) -- St. Louis County's top prosecutor says the grand jury will need six more weeks to decide the fate of the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed unarmed teen Michael Brown. Robert McCulloch says a decision will be reached around the first or second week of...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Demonstrators upset about the handling of the Michael Brown shooting are threatening to cause problems for Cardinal playoff games. Civil rights activist Eric Vickers sent a letter to Commissioner Bud Selig warning that there would be protests and civil...
(Jefferson City, MO) -- The former mayor of St. Louis, Freeman Bosley Junior, will not be in as much hot water as first thought. The state's chief disciplinary counsel is now recommending a lesser punishment than the recommended two year suspension of his law license. In court...
(United Nations) -- President Obama is calling attention to a "pervasive unease" in the world. Addressing the UN General Assembly, the President cited growing anxiety over new dangers, including the rise of ISIS, Russian aggression in Ukraine and the growing Ebola outbreak. The...