Instead of the story being about Ferguson police chief Tom Jackson finally resigning, Thursday morning's headlines are filled with reports that two police officers were shot and wounded during protests in front of the Ferguson Police Department.
Late Tuesday night a white police officer shot and killed an 18-year-old black male after an interaction at a gas station in Berkeley, Missouri.
While covering a protest in front of the Ferguson police station Saturday night, reporter Trey Yingst was arrested for failure to disperse. Witnesses say Yingst was on the sidewalk at the time.
The 'hacktivist' group Anonymous responded to threats by a Missouri chapter of the Ku Klux Klan to use lethal force against Ferguson protesters by hacking the organization's national Twitter account on Sunday.
The Associated Press reported on Sunday that a FAA flight restriction over Ferguson during the height of the protests in August was aimed squarely at keeping the media away from the scene.
In an eye-opening piece run by the New York Times late Friday evening, federal government officials close to the Justice Department's investigation of Michael Brown's death state that the evidence they've seen so far does not support a civil rights charge against Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
In response to a lawsuit filed by the ACLU of Missouri, a federal judge ruled Monday that police in Ferguson cannot enforce a so-called 'five-second rule' requiring protesters to keep moving or face arrest.
On Wednesday night, CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 aired video footage from a cellphone taken shortly after Micheal Brown was shot dead by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. The footage shows two contractors, roughly 50 feet away from the scene, reacting in the immediate aftermath of Brown's shooting.
On Saturday, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch released a story regarding two workers who were at the scene when 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
Ferguson police chief Tom Jackson was caught in a huge lie on Friday when it was revealed that he did not get "a lot of Freedom of Information requests" for a surveillance video from a local store the day 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
Ferguson is not an isolated case in the St. Louis area. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch ran a story Sunday detailing the lack of diversity that exists in other St. Louis County police departments.