Significant changes have taken place in Ferguson since Michael Brown’s death

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FERGUSON, MO (KPLR) - Significant changes have taken place in Ferguson since former police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown, Jr., two years ago today. The city has new African-American leadership, including the police chief, city manager and three council members. The council passed an ordinance to establish a civilian review board to monitor police. Sweeping reforms of municipal court have resulted in thousands of warrants being lifted and a new judge being installed. New businesses have opened in the city and several others destroyed by fire have reopened.