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Mass Die In at St. Louis Galleria; Mall closed indefinitely

fox2now.com — Posted 1:15 pm, November 28, 2014, by Danielle Scruggs, RICHMOND HEIGHTS, MO (KTVI)- Demonstrators boycotting Black Friday staged a Mass Die in at the St. Louis Galleria Friday afternoon. The movement was organized on social media using the hashtag #NotOneDime. According to various social media posts, police let the protesters have their time.

Margie’s Money Saver: Save $5 at Santa’s Magical Kingdom with toy donation

fox2now.com — Santa's Magical Kingdom next to Six Flags is open for the holiday season through January 4th! Drive through the Midwest's most spectacular holiday light display filled with animated scenes, dazzling special effects, and millions of shimmering lights. Save $5.00 off of your admission (*Valid Monday - Thursday ONLY) when you donate a toy.
Nov 28, 2014

RT @stlmoms: Margie’s Money Saver: Save $5 at Santa’s Magical Kingdom with toy donation ift.tt/1vsQ8PR

Dellwood elementary school hit by vandals

fox2now.com — DELLWOOD, MO (KTVI)- Some kids returning to school might find windows boarded up and supplies missing. Thieves hit an elementary school in Dellwood on Tuesday night and stole computers. Students at Griffith Elementary already missed extra classes this week. Now they`ll see boarded windows when the doors open at 8:30 Monday.
Nov 28, 2014

Incredible courage from this man who witnessed gunmen break into elementary school during riots. go.fox2now.com/15FndyK

Protesters focus on popular stores for Black Friday

fox2now.com — (KTVI)- Michael Brown protesters are set to march in the Richmond Heights area Friday morning, according to social media. It could be a similar scene to what black Friday shoppers saw overnight at a Target in Brentwood. A few dozen protesters showed up at the Target.
Nov 28, 2014

RT @FOX2now: Protesters focus on popular stores for Black Friday #STL ift.tt/1FA4UHU

Ferguson police chief speaks out over lack of National Guard help Monday

fox2now.com — ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-- Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson is trying to find out why National Guard troops were not deployed to his city ahead of the Monday night grand jury decision announcement. He learned the Guard would not be on duty the first week in November.
Nov 27, 2014

Police chief who's been sidelined while another agency handles policing in his town has some thoughts MT/@FOX2now ift.tt/1vW65Qe

Volunteers feed National Guard, police this Thanksgiving

fox2now.com — JENNINGS, MO (KTVI)- Several thousand Missouri National Guard troops are away from their families this Thanksgiving and on duty in the St. Louis area. But they were not forgotten. Volunteers showed up at various command centers to help feed both guard members and police.

Help is on the way for owner of Natalie’s Cakes & More in Ferguson

fox2now.com — FERGUSON, MO (KTVI)- We have some uplifting news out of Ferguson this morning. Help is on the way for the owner of Natalie's Cakes and More! On Monday night, those who participated in rioting damaged the shop and equipment inside. Natalie DuBose has invested everything into her business.
Nov 27, 2014

Nearly $200,000 donated to help repair Natalie’s Cakes & More in Ferguson | FOX2now.com fox2now.com/2014/11/26/hel…

Nov 26, 2014

Over $100,000 donated to help repair Natalie's Cakes & More in Ferguson go.fox2now.com/1pmCq0g via @fox2now

Nov 26, 2014

RT @PatriciaHeaton: We made the news, Tweatons!!! Over $100,000 donated to help repair Natalie's Cakes & More in Ferguson http://t.co/ANGxE…

Nov 26, 2014

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Law enforcement stepping Holiday patrols

fox2now.com — Posted 9:46 pm, November 26, 2014, by Shawndrea Thomas, ST. LOUIS (KTVI) - Around an inch of snow fell across the St. Louis region Wednesday. While it certainly set the holiday mood, the snow on cars and streets was not a welcome sight to drivers hitting the road for Thanksgiving travel.

Two FBI agents shot in St. Louis County; Suspect remains in home

fox2now.com — HANLEY HILLS, MO (KTVI)- Two FBI Special Agents were shot while assisting the University City Police Department in executing an arrest warrant shortly before 3:00a.m. Wednesday morning. The shooting occured in the 1800 block of North Hanley Road. One agent was shot in the shoulder and the other was shot in the leg.

Live blog: Protesters still have their say despite snow and cold

fox2now.com — ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- On a snowy day in St. Louis, protesters speaking out against police brutality and against the grand jury's decision in the Michael Brown case still had their say. A group blocked traffic at Market and Tucker in downtown St. Louis for a short time Wednesday then marched to city hall.

Shaw Neighborhood Alderman Stephen Conway

fox2now.com — (KTVI)- Although protests and violence occured along South Grand Avenue, Alderman Stephen Conway says the district is open for business. He stopped by FOX 2 Wednesday morning to tell us how the community is staying strong.

Protesters march in downtown St. Louis

fox2now.com — ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Several dozen protesters blocked the intersection at Tucker and Market near St. Louis City Hall Wednesday afternoon. They marched to City Hall and stood on the steps of the Old Court House. Protesters stood where the first two trials of the Dred Scott case were held in 1847 and 1850.

St. Louis Police Wives Association supporting officers in need

fox2now.com — ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Now that a decision has been reached, the St. Louis Police Wives Association is kicking into high gear to support officers in need. Hope Jones tells us more about how the organization is helping local police. The mission of the St.
Nov 26, 2014

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Ferguson Commission co-chairs Rev. Starsky Wilson, Rich McClure on FOX 2

fox2now.com — Posted 8:17 am, November 26, 2014, by John Pertzborn, (KTVI)- Were they expecting this? Sixteen members of the newly formed Ferguson Commission were sworn in by Governor Jay Nixon one week ago. The group hasn't even had their first formal meeting.
Nov 26, 2014

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Natalie’s Cakes & More plans to remain in Ferguson

fox2now.com — (KTVI)- Dozens of Ferguson and St. Louis area business were torched or looted after the grand jury decision was announced on Monday night. Natalie's Cakes and More is one of those businesses. We've spoken with the owner many times here on FOX 2, on our neighborhood show on other newscasts.
Nov 26, 2014

Natalie's Cakes & More plans to remain in Ferguson go.fox2now.com/1Ca8VEz via @fox2now

Nov 26, 2014

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Nov 26, 2014

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Nov 26, 2014

Our interview with #Ferguson bakery owner is going crazy. People donating $ to help. :) bit.ly/1uU4BED @gofundme @FOX2now

Nov 25, 2014

RT @DandCShow: Here is Natalie DuBose discussing the damage looters did to her small business last night in Ferguson. fox2now.com/2014/11/25/nat…