There will be no special prosecutor appointed in the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown.
A spokesman for Missouri Governor Jay Nixon tells the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that the governor will not name a special prosecutor to present a new case against Officer Darren Wilson to a different grand jury.
St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch has come under intense scrutiny for how he's handled this case.
Ed Lavandera is OutFront.
The Mayor of Ferguson tells CNN that Darren Wilson is still with the police department on administrative leave and has not worked out any resignation.
OutFront, attorney for Officer Darren Wilson, Neil Bruntrager.
In an interview with CNN, Michael Brown's parents, Lesley McSpadden and Michael Brown Sr., shared their discontent for Officer Darren Wilson's version of events, saying their son would never have taunted the officer, nor reached for his weapon.
Brown's father didn't mince words when he spoke about Wilson: "He's a murderer."
"He understood his actions. He understood exactly what he was doing. You know, he didn't have a second thought, a pushback thought, or nothing. He was intending to kill someone. That's how I look at it," Brown said. "He was going to kill someone at that point."
CNN's Sara Sidner has more.
After the jury decided not to indict Darren Wilson, hundreds of pages of testimony and evidence were released to the public.
It's a treasure trove of information, shedding light on the earliest moments in the investigation into the shooting.
But the documents are also raising questions about how the investigation was handled.
OutFront, Doctor Cyril Wecht, a forensic pathologist and CNN legal analyst Mark O'Mara.
A St. Louis County Sergeant confirms to CNN officials are searching for a missing AR-15 assault rifle believed to have been taken from a police car.
Federal officials are investigating whether arsonists targeted Michael Brown's father's church, setting it on fire.
It's just one of at least a dozen buildings torched as protests have spiraled out of control in the community.
Residents and business owners are now dealing with a shell of their town with buildings torched, some of them unrecognizable.
Sara Sidner is outfront from Ferguson.