Directed by Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis, 'Whose Streets?', looks into the lives of the people from Ferguson, Missouri following the death of Michael Brown.
Three years after Michael Brown's death, Ferguson, at least by official appearances, is a dramatically different place.
The site of a Ferguson convenience store burned during protests after Michael Brown, an unarmed black teen was shot by police, is now a community center.
The city attorney in Ferguson, Missouri, says the city's insurance company paid $1.5 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of Michael Brown.
The parents of Michael Brown, who fatal shooting by a white officer sparked protests around the country, reached a deal in a civil suit, according to documents.
The Missouri Supreme Court knocked down parts of a law that regulated police action and revenue collection in Ferguson and St. Louis County.
James Knowles III was re-elected over Ella Jones, who would have become the first black mayor in Ferguson's 122-year history.
A newly released video sparked protests at a convenience store that Michael Brown visited before he was shot by police.
A painting of police officers and black Ferguson residents is at the center of a partisan battle surrounding the First Amendment and Capitol rules.
The lawsuit, which was filed by nine individuals, alleged that local police unlawfully arrested, beat, tear-gassed and shot rubber bullets at them.
Darren Seals helped lead protests over the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
The suit charges 13 cities with targeting black drivers with fines and fees in a "coordinated scheme," and with bringing back "debtors' prison."
Video has emerged appearing to show gunfire and a person being hit by a car during a protest to mark the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown.
Details of the settlement were confidential, but a joint statement said that the county will adopt policy changes to address issues raised in the suit
U.S. District Judge Catherine Perry called the settlement a "reasonable resolution" that avoids an extensive court battle.
Delrish Moss, 51, a major with the Miami police, will bring years of experience as a media-savvy information specialist to the tough task ahead.
More than a year and a half after Michael Brown was killed, leaders in Ferguson, Missouri, agreed to a reform plan imposed by the Justice Department.
In the wake of Michael Brown's death, the federal government wants to require the Ferguson Police Department to check all new hires against a database.
A month after the Ferguson city council balked at federal police reforms, council members will return to chambers Tuesday to possibly reconsider.
The U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit Wednesday seeking to force Ferguson to make the policing reforms it had earlier agreed to adopt.
In a unanimous vote, the council on Tuesday night moved to amend the proposed settlement the city had spent seven months negotiating with the DOJ.
Michael Brown's father offered thanks — and a warning — to those honoring his slain son's memory across the country.
The deal comes after the Justice Department found a pattern of racially biased policing in the wake of Michael Brown's death.
The 198-page report was described as "a path toward racial equity."
A new report on the unrest following the death of Michael Brown recommends police cut back on their use of military-style tactics and weapons.
Cops' tactics during sometimes-violent street protest last year in Ferguson increased tensions between law enforcement and protesters, the DOJ said.
Judge voids all warrants issued before Dec. 31, 2014 and will offer some defendants settlements and lowered fines.
Anderson also had an order of protection against him and an accusation of falsifying official documents.
The surveillance video shows a man appear to hold a gun before 18-year-old Tyrone Harris was shot in Ferguson on Sunday.
Should the citizen militia group decide to hit the streets again, a state amendment passed last year makes open-carrying a firearm legal, experts say.
Heavily-armed members of a controversial patriot group added an extra dose of unease to protests in Ferguson.
The move came a day after protests turned violent in Ferguson, Missouri.
Dozens of protesters were arrested after blocking rush-hour traffic on Interstate 70 a few miles from Ferguson.
A year after Ferguson was torn apart, young families and single strivers are moving in, providing hope for the small city’s rebound.
At least one person was shot by police when gunfire erupted in the Missouri town marking the first anniversary of black teen Michael Brown's death.
Hundreds of people marched, prayed and held moments of silence to mark the anniversary of the shooting death of the unarmed black teenager a year ago.
Nearly five minutes of silence marked high noon in Ferguson, Missouri, on Sunday, as the community remembered one year since unarmed teenager Michael Brown was shot and killed by a police officer.
A new law is supposed to stop police in St. Louis County from treating civilians "like ATMs," but critics think it may have a dangerous side effect.
How five pivotal Ferguson figures have navigated the past 12 months.
Brown spoke Saturday at a parade in Ferguson to honor his son, who was shot and killed by an officer on Aug. 9, 2014.
A year after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, artists have responded with pieces that reflect the renewed sense of grassroots activism.
A year after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown sparked racial reckoning across the nation, artists around the country have responded with pieces that reflect the renewed sense of grassroots activism.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said the attention Michael Brown's death cast on Ferguson gave a voice to people all over the U.S.
A photographer revisits the sites where he documented the social unrest in the months following the fatal shooting of Michael Brown one year ago.
"I'm not going to keep living in the past about what Ferguson did," Darren Wilson told the New Yorker.
Anderson, a 24-year veteran with the Glendale Police Department, will fill in as Ferguson's interim top cop following a year of upheaval for the city.
"Confronting Truths: Wake Up!," an exhibit showcasing a face-down mannequin of Ferguson shooting victim Michael Brown's body, has opened in Chicago.
About 800 signatures on a petition seeking the recall of Ferguson Mayor James Knowles III were disqualified. It has 10 days to reach 1,800.
They admitted considering the police chief and county prosecutor as possible targets.
A judge moved two lawsuits in the police killing of Michael Brown to federal court to better handle underlying constitutional issues.
The arrest on a misdemeanor interfering charge took place a week after Dorian Johnson, who was with Michael Brown when he was shot, sued Ferguson.
Dorian Johnson, who was with Michael Brown when he was shot to death by a Ferguson police officer, filed a lawsuit against the cop and the city.
Demonstrators took to the streets of the St. Louis suburb, where trash cans were set ablaze, rocks were thrown and at least two people were shot.
Civil lawsuits are a common tactic after criminal courts can't deliver the justice a family wants.
The family is suing the St. Louis suburb and ex-officer Wilson following the 18-year-old's death last August, which set off a wave of protests.
Attorneys for Michael Brown's family said in a statement Wednesday night that the wrongful death lawsuit would be filed Thursday. It had been expected.
A memorial tree dedicated to Ferguson police shooting victim Michael Brown was cut down shortly after it was planted at a park.
Williams, 20, has admitted firing a gun earlier this month during a protest in Ferguson, Missouri, but claims he did not mean to hit the officers.
The agreement settles a lawsuit brought by Ferguson protesters.
Jeffrey Williams, 20, charged with shooting two police officers during protests in Ferguson, Missouri last week, briefly appeared in court Monday.
An arrest has been made in connection with shooting of two police officers in Ferguson, officials said Sunday afternoon.
Voters will go to the polls next month, and one council race featuring two black candidates — Wesley Bell and Lee Smith — is being closely watched.
In an interview with NBC’s Lester Holt, Mayor James Knowles addresses scathing Justice Department report finding racial bias among police.
The St. Louis County Police and the state Highway Patrol were placed in charge of security in Ferguson, a day after two officers were shot.
Ronald Brockmeyer, the judge named in a DOJ report alleging racial bias in Ferguson's police and courts, has now quit several other posts.
Officials have shared gruesome evidence photos from the shooting of two police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, during protests overnight.
The parents of Michael Brown, who was killed by a Ferguson cop last August, called the early Thursday morning attack on two officers as "senseless."
President Obama addressed the shooting of two police officers in Ferguson via Twitter on Thursday, saying "violence against police is unacceptable."
Two police officers were shot just after midnight outside police headquarters in Ferguson, Missouri.
St. Louis American photographer Lawrence Bryant captured police officers assisting a fellow officer hit by gunfire.
“These are people who protect us, keep us safe, and they have the right to come home at night,” Holder said.
Two officers were shot during protests held in the wake of the resignation of Ferguson police chief Thomas Jackson.
Two police officers suffered "very serious" wounds after being shot early Thursday during a demonstration in Ferguson, Missouri, authorities said.
The police chief is the latest in a string of city officials ousted in the wake of a Justice Department report that found a culture of racism.
Ferguson's City Council voted unanimously for a "mutual separation agreement" with John Shaw, who served the city for eight years.
A municipal court judge resigned Monday after being named in a scathing Justice Department report that found a culture of racism in police and courts.
A Ferguson municipal court judge named in a scathing U.S Justice Department report was replaced Monday by a state judge.
Two Ferguson, Missouri, police officers have resigned after a Justice Department report highlighted racist emails sent by police and court employees.
Obama also said that "what happened in Ferguson is not a complete aberration" or a "one time thing."
After federal prosecutors declined to charge Wilson in the shooting death, Brown's parents are now seeking a wrongful death suit, their lawyers said.
Protesters and police squared off in Ferguson, Missouri, following a Department of Justice report prompted by the shooting of Michael Brown.
Ferguson, Missouri, police engaged in racism and misconduct that created a "powder keg"after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, Eric Holder said.
A Ferguson police official was fired and two others are under investigation for racist emails found in after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.
The Justice Department released its report Wednesday after a six-month investigation about whether Wilson violated Michael Brown's civil rights.
The U.S. Justice Department focused on Ferguson, Missouri's troubled municipal court system, but the problems are more widespread.
The U.S. Department of Justice has completed its investigation of Ferguson, Missouri police, finding chronic violations of citizen's civil rights.
After the police shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown last year, officers in Ferguson, Missouri, have been looking for alternatives to lethal force.
A surveillance camera at a Phillips gas station in Ferguson, Missouri, captured several people breaking into and looting the business on Nov. 24.
The NAACP on Monday asked a Missouri judge to open a new grand jury to investigate the shooting of Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
The grand juror was represented by the American Civil Liberties Union.
Shots were fired at police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, as they tried to arrest six people suspected of a break-in on Tuesday night.
The Ferguson police spokesman was put on unpaid leave after reportedly calling a memorial to Michael Brown "a pile of trash in the street."
Jeff Small, Ferguson Police Department spokesman, said the destruction overnight Thursday wasn't being considered a crime "at this point."
A large demonstration in Cleveland supported police as other marches called for change Saturday, the same day Rafael Ramos was laid to rest.
In his first interview since a grand jury declined to indict Darren Wilson, Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch said some witnesses lied under oath.
Thousands gathered in D.C. on Saturday afternoon and marched to the Capitol Building in protest of police killings and shootings of black men.
Two officers were assaulted by protesters and hospitalized, police said, in a day of demonstrations over killings by police officers.
Marchers by the thousands hit the streets chanting "I can't breathe!" and "Hands up, don't shoot!" to protest police violence against black men.
The protests are part of a day of demonstrations over recent grand jury decisions that failed to indict police officers in the deaths of black men.