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- London demonstrators protest Ferguson decision
- FBI shooting suspect is dead 1h
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- SLMPD investigates car fire 1h
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- Ferguson protesters storm STL City Hall 2h
- Art supply drive to beautify Ferguson 2h
- Sharpton gathers families of men killed by police 2h
- Community cleans up after second day of unrest
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Group to march from Ferguson to Jeff CityGroup to march from Ferguson to Jeff CityA group of protesters will walk 120 miles from Ferguson to Jefferson City to raise awareness for police brutality and racial profiling.
- 2 hours, 29 minutes ago
Belmar: Molotov cocktail seized outside Ferguson City HallBelmar: Molotov cocktail seized outside Ferguson City HallAn unbroken Molotov cocktail was collected outside Ferguson City Hall as rioters broke windows of the government building and set fire to a police vehicle, St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said Tuesday morning during a Unified Command briefing.
- 2 hours, 32 minutes ago
Snow delays traffic on I-70Snow delays traffic on I-70The Missouri Department of Transportation says light snow is causing delays for the high volume of traffic along Interstate 70 between Kingdom City and Warrenton.
- 2 hours, 38 minutes ago
Woman charged with assaulting officerWoman charged with assaulting officerA 23-year-old St. Louis woman is accused of assaulting a police officer with her vehicle.
- 2 hours, 41 minutes ago
Two FBI agents shot in north countyTwo FBI agents shot in north countyTwo FBI agents were shot early Wednesday morning in the village of Hanley Hills in north St. Louis County.
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13 arrested in City of STL overnight13 arrested in City of STL overnightThirteen people were arrested in the City of St. Louis Tuesday night, a spokesperson for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department said Wednesday morning.
- 3 hours, 35 minutes ago
PHOTOS: Second night of Ferguson decision unrestPHOTOS: Second night of Ferguson decision unrestProtesters took to the streets Tuesday night during the second night of unrest in Ferguson since the announcement of the grand jury's decision.
- 3 hours, 37 minutes ago
King of Beauty damaged during Ferguson unrestKing of Beauty damaged during Ferguson unrestKing of Beauty was damaged Tuesday night during the second night of unrest following the announcement of the grand jury's decision.
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Man shot in face in St. Charles Co.Man shot in face in St. Charles Co.St. Charles police are investigating an early morning shooting at a home in an unincorporated area of the county.
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PHOTOS: Protesters gather in Central West EndPHOTOS: Protesters gather in Central West EndDemonstrators participate in a peaceful protest in the Central West End neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri on November 25, 2014, one day after the decision by a grand jury not to prosecute a white police officer for shooting dead an unarmed black teenager.
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Tell us what you're thankful forTell us what you're thankful forThanksgiving is not just about stuffing our face with turkey and gravy, but enjoying the company of family and friends and making your community a better place to live.
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Why was grand jury decision announced at night?Why was grand jury decision announced at night?Questions have been asked about why St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch decided to make the grand jury announcement so late in the evening Monday.
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Peaceful protesters march through downtown St. LouisPeaceful protesters march through downtown St. Louis#Ferguson protesters walk down Market Street in downtown St. Louis on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.
- 4 hours, 29 minutes ago
Pastors hit Ferguson streets for peacePastors hit Ferguson streets for peacePrayers that have always stayed inside sanctuaries are echoing on the streets full of protesters these days. They're the pulpits for the pastors and their people.
- 5 hours, 14 minutes ago
Thanksgiving Day parade postponedThanksgiving Day parade postponedThe Christmas in St. Louis Thanksgiving Day Parade has been postponed.
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Michael Brown's dad: 'I feel like they just killed him again'Michael Brown's dad: 'I feel like they just killed him again'"I feel like they just killed him again," Michael Brown's dad said.
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Man missing from STL Co.Man missing from STL Co.An Endangered Person Advisory has been issued for a man last heard from early Wednesday morning.
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Conflicting grand jury testimony leaves unanswered questionsConflicting grand jury testimony leaves unanswered questionsMonths of speculation over the Ferguson grand jury ended with Monday night's announcement of the decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson.
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Tough job ahead for Ferguson CommissionTough job ahead for Ferguson CommissionSixteen people have been chosen to sit on a newly-created Ferguson Commission.
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Your pet photosYour pet photosNOV. 28 – Kaos and Princess Carrot like to snuggle up with each other. Kaos, the yellow lab, also enjoys hunting down tennis balls, but surrenders to the squishy couch when it’s raining outside. Princess seeks him out for a nice warm cushion. They...
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Pet for adoption - Nov. 26Pet for adoption - Nov. 26Webster is a 1-year-old Maltie-poo. He's very playful and loves attention.
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Mike Brown's family talks to 'Today'Mike Brown's family talks to 'Today'The parents of Michael Brown are speaking, and on Wednesday morning they sat down with the "Today" show to talk about this week's grand jury decision not to charge Officer Darren Wilson.
- 9 hours, 45 minutes ago
Two FBI agents shot in north countyTwo FBI agents shot in north countyTwo FBI special agents were shot early Wednesday morning while helping University City police execute a warrant.
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Thanksgiving weather, travel and closingsThanksgiving weather, travel and closingsNewsChannel 5 is tracking the latest weather, traffic and school closings. Here is a list of resources you may find handing this Thanksgiving week.
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Elderly man shot during carjackingElderly man shot during carjackingAn elderly man was shot overnight during a carjacking at a Hillsdale gas station, and police say the two suspects are still on the loose.
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45 arrests in Ferguson overnight45 arrests in Ferguson overnightSt. Louis County police have released an arrest report from the protests in Ferguson Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon talked about the efforts of law enforcement and the National Guard in Ferguson on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.
While most six year olds are learning to read and write in kindergarten and running around, Aiden Barnum is happy batting his toys around in a baby seat. He's facing lifelong disability after being severely injured from domestic abuse.
St. Louis police are investigating a car fire overnight along Chippewa south St. Louis.
Traffic along an icy Interstate 270 near Ladue Road.
Three branches of the St. Louis County Library are giving students a place to turn during the unrest.
Area malls are opening at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Day for Black Friday shoppers.
Authorities have arrested at least two people at a protest over the Ferguson grand jury decision in which several demonstrators stormed City Hall in St. Louis.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday pardoned a turkey named Cheese in an annual Thanksgiving tradition at the White House. The President even petted the turkey. His daughters however, declined the invitation.
They may not have been able to go home for the holidays, but young soldiers at Fort Story were treated to an early Thanksgiving feast with all the fixings, with their new Army family.
Prayers that have always stayed inside sanctuaries are echoing on the streets full of protesters these days. They're the pulpits for the pastors and their people.