Burned Police Cars And Buildings In Ferguson This Morning

Burned Police Cars And Buildings In Ferguson This Morning

That's one of hundreds of pictures that are coming in from Ferguson, Missouri overnight. Protesters burned police cars and businesses after hearing that the grand jury decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson for Michael Brown's shooting death.

This morning on WAFF 48 News Today, we're going to take you live to Ferguson to see what it's like there right now. You'll also hear from Madison County's district attorney.

He says the grand jury did exactly what it was supposed to do.

That's just the start of what we have on Ferguson. Lauren Morrison is combing through all the live possibilities, video and photos to bring you more from the Alert Center.

And we'll all be tweeting and posting on our facebook pages. So, make sure you check those as well.

In other news, a man who was wrongly convicted and yet still spent 30 years in prison, has been set free. You have to hear the rest of his story. We have that for you at 5:19 a.m. We're down to three cities to host the Democratic National Convention. Do you remember who's hosting the RNC? (I'll let you think about that for a few seconds.)

And it's colder this morning than it was yesterday morning, but we're not supposed to hit 60 degrees every morning this time of year. We're feeling the 40s right now. Meteorologist David Ernst is up every ten minutes with a look at your Thanksgiving week forecast.

Oh, that RNC host city? You're right. It's Cleveland.

OK, let's get this Tuesday rolling. WAFF 48 News Today is on from 4:30 to 7:00. Join us!

-- Jim Abath