Ferguson protesters marching through Missouri on their way to Jefferson City were met by angry residents in the small town of Rosebud. The residents left fried chicken in the road and waved a Confederate flag, along with verbally assaulting the protesters with racial slurs.
A month after an unarmed black teenager was viciously shot and killed by a white police officer, the city of Ferguson held its first city council meeting since the incident. On Tuesday night, at a local church, over 600 people attended the meeting to voice their frustration and anger.
Republican attempts to nullify federal laws in Missouri are on hold after attempts to override Gov. Nixon's veto failed in the senate