Anonymous had pledged to create mischief with Ferguson's city computers if the name wasn't released, and representatives of the group have taken credit for the incident.
Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson told reporters Wednesday his department is working with the Justice Department's community relations experts to help address the racial discord that's erupted since 18-year-old Michael Brown was killed on Saturday.
The blitz kicked off over the weekend, with officers handing out fliers in five languages. City officials say they had to take action after physical attacks on some visitors, including children.
Kansas Department of Health and Environment spokeswoman Aimee Rosenow said none of the infants has died from HPeV3 but all have been hospitalized.
The Aug. 6 strike hit a rod on top of the building. It knocked out electrical equipment in the Missouri Extension public administrator's offices.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture predicted Missouri's corn production this year will total 533 million bushels — the highest on record for the state and a 22 percent increase from last year.
Tim Crawley says more damage was found Tuesday morning outside the school, where the baseball press box and the football concession stand were burglarized.
Smith has agreed to serve 20 years without parole and pay restitution.
MU Health Care announced the planned closing Monday, citing several years of low patient numbers and expanded access to long-term rehab care throughout the state.
Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson said he made recruiting and promoting black officers a priority when he took over four years ago after a three-decade police career in St. Louis and St. Louis County. He promoted two black officers to sergeant in his first year in Ferguson, though one of those officers has since left for a better-paying job.
Earth homes are emerging into green housing lifestyles. The homes typically have three sides underground, with only the front of the structure peeking out.
His parents and neighbors described Michael Brown as a good-hearted kid with an easy smile who certainly wouldn't have condoned the violence and looting that spread though his north St. Louis suburb following his death.
Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson said a large crowd that gathered throughout Monday at the site of a burned-out convenience store turned rowdy at nightfall, throwing rocks at police.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon froze a $3.5 million state fund to help libraries with their general bills.
The lawsuit names former state prosecutor Kenny Hulshof, later a six-term U.S. congressman; shooting survivor Lyndel Robertson and his daughter, Rochelle Koehly; the Livingston County Sheriff's Department; and 10 others.
The investigation into what led to the shooting was ongoing, but Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson said Monday that the FBI was taking over the case and that he welcomed the move.
The attorney general's statement Monday comes as the Justice Department dispatched its Community Relations Service to the scene to try and help calm the area's racial tension. The service helps communities resolve conflicts and tensions arising from racial differences.
A day after a night of rioting in Ferguson, roughly 250 people chanted "no justice, no peace" as they marched Monday to protest the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
New figures from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services show that Missouri's Medicaid enrollment dropped by 37,260 people in June.
St. Louis issued marriage licenses to four same-sex couples in June, setting up a court fight in a state where gay marriage is banned under a 2004 amendment to the Missouri Constitution.