Ferguson Unrest Takes Over Newspaper Front Pages Across The Country

How America's Newspapers Are Covering Ferguson

The unrest in Ferguson following the announcement that a grand jury would not indict police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown has taken over front pages of newspapers across the country this morning.

The St. Louis Post Dispatch went through several editions as the story evolved during the night. Here's their first edition:

Hours later, the front page had been updated:

Here's a look at how the unrest in Ferguson was featured on front pages around the nation, starting with the Kansas City Star:

USA Today:

Tampa Bay Times:

Chicago Sun-Times

Washington Post:

WaPo coverage:
The scene: http://t.co/C0gzZYnJVf
Details: http://t.co/08b4ZJ01ym
Liveblog: http://t.co/qFFLNjrtiq pic.twitter.com/K8btUQn464

— Wesley Lowery (@WesleyLowery) November 25, 2014

The New York Times:

New York Post:

New York Daily News:

While many front pages featured photos of burning cars and buildings, there's one image that many on Twitter believe should have been used instead. This post was retweeted thousands of times during the night:

More On Ferguson From HuffPost:

Darren Wilson Not Indicted | Photos Of Darren Wilson's Injuries Released | Shooting Witness Admitted Racism In Journal | Darren Wilson's Statement Doesn't Mention Michael Brown | Reactions To Ferguson Decision | Protesters' Open Letter | Prosecutor Gives Bizarre Press Conference | Obama Address Ferguson Decision | Notable Black Figures React | Politicians React | Jury Witness: 'By The Time I Saw His Hands In The Air, He Got Shot' | Al Sharpton Calls Decision 'Expected, But Still An Absolute Blow' | Ferguson Erupts In Protest | Thousands Protest Nationwide |

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