Missouri

(Ferguson, MO) -- The grand jury deciding whether a police officer will face charges in the shooting death of Michael Brown is set to meet again today. There were indications last week that the grand jury might have a decision over the weekend. Residents in the St. Louis suburb...
(Ferguson, MO) -- St. Louis County Police say they have arrested two men in overnight protests outside the Ferguson Police Department. The suspects Gerald Yingst and David Rodriguez were charged with unlawful assembly. They were arrested for refusing to leave the road and...
(St. Louis, MO) -- A Missouri lawmaker says she was the victim of an attempted carjacking Friday night. State Senator Jamilah Nasheed told police that a man in a dark hooded sweatshirt approached her vehicle while holding a gun on her. He demanded the car keys. She added that he...
(St. Louis County, MO) -- Two people are dead after shots awere fired at two bars north of Ferguson overnight. St. Louis County police say a patron who'd been thrown out of the Knockout Bar & Grill returned to shoot and kill a bouncer. An hour later, police say three men...
(New York, NY) -- The family of Michael Brown is being given advanced warning about the grand jury announcement. Brown's family attorney Benjamin Crump tells ABC's "This Week" the prosecutor made a mistake in giving the grand jury so much power, and charges should have...
(Las Vegas, NV) -- President Obama is urging residents of Ferguson, Missouri to "keep protests peaceful." On ABC's "This Week," Obama said he has not decided yet whether he will travel to Ferguson following the impending decision. The city is on edge as it awaits a grand jury...
(Ferguson, MO) -- Ferguson, Missouri remains a town on edge as residents nervously await a grand jury decision in the police shooting death of a black teenager. The case has triggered months of protests which sometimes turned violent. The grand jury is weighing possible charges...
(Springfield, IL) -- The state's pension law is unconstitutional. A Springfield judge struck the law down, saying lawmakers can't reduce or diminish state worker or retiree benefits, and attorney John Carr says this is a win for thousands of hard workers. Carr represents the...
(Jefferson Co., MO) -- The chance of a drunk relative making a scene on Thanksgiving in Missouri is likely. That's according to the real estate website Estately, which ranked each of the 50 states based on their potential for holiday unhappiness. The Show-Me state came in 10th...