LIVE: News from Ferguson via Twitter

BY Nora Daly  August 18, 2014 at 5:02 PM EDT

Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Keep up with the latest developments in Ferguson, Missouri, by following these journalists, local officials and individuals on the ground.

It’s a story that has been at the forefront of the news, beginning with local protests Sunday, Aug. 10, the day after a white police officer in Ferguson shot and killed Michael Brown, an unarmed black 18-year-old.

We have been following the story through news reports from wire services like the Associated Press and from local media outlets like the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. And, like many of you, we rely on real time information from these organizations’ reporters on the ground. But a warning, this feed will be updated in real time. It may contain graphic content that we will remove if it is deemed inappropriate for readers. And although we trust this list of people, we cannot verify the reporting contained in this feed.

Who’s who?

Local journalists/media outlets:
@stltoday (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
@JesseBogan (Jesse Bogan: St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter)
@STLsherpa (Joe Holleman: St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist)
@joelcurrier (Joel Currier: St. Louis Post-Dispatch crime and police reporter)
@manofsteele (Lynden Steele: St. Louis Post-Dispatch director of photography)
@PDPJ (David Carson: St. Louis Post-Dispatch staff photographer)
@kodacohen (Robert Cohen: St. Louis Post-Dispatch photojournalist)
@brosepd (Bob Rose: St. Louis Post-Dispatch deputy managing editor)
@RayFarrisSTL (Ray Farris: St. Louis Post-Dispatch president and publisher)

@stlpublicradio (St. Louis Public Radio)
@stephlecci (Stephanie Lecci: newscast producer, St. Louis Public Radio, personal accounts of experience in Ferguson protests)
@durrieB (Durrie Bouscaren: covers public health and research for St. Louis Public Radio, currently covering Ferguson protests)

@ArgusRadio (KARG Argus Radio in St. Louis: website hosts extensive live stream coverage of Ferguson protests)

@RiverfrontTimes (The Riverfront Times, alternative St. Louis newspaper)
@StLouisLindsay (Lindsay Toler: The Riverfront Times news blogger)
@RayDowns (Ray Downs: staff writer, the Riverfront Times)
@D_Towski (Danny Wicentowski: staff writer, the Riverfront Times)
@mitchryals (Mitch Ryals- writer, the Riverfront Times)

@StLouisAmerican (The St. Louis American, weekly paper targeting the African-American community in St. Louis)
@chriskingstl (Chris King: managing editor, the St. Louis American)
@JamesTIngram (James T. Ingram: columnist, the St. Louis American)
@BridjesONeil (Bridjes O’Neil: multimedia community reporter, the St. Louis American)

National/International Media:
@WesleyLowery (Wesley Lowery: journalist, national politics, the Washington Post)
@ryanjreilly (Ryan J. Reilly: justice reporter, the Huffington Post)
@aterkel (Amanda Terkel: senior political reporter and politics managing editor, the Huffington Post)
@BmoreConetta (Christine Conetta: producer, Huffington Post Live and Huffington Post Politics)
@mattdpearce ( Matt Pearce: national reporter, the L.A. Times)
@jonswaine (Jon Swaine: U.S. correspondent for the Guardian)
@robcrilly (Rob Crilly: Pakistan/Afghanistan correspondent, the Telegraph, currently reporting from Ferguson)
@Yamiche (Yamiche Alcindor: breaking news and criminal justice reporter, USA Today)
@trymainelee (Trymaine Lee: national reporter, MSNBC)
@AmyKNelson (Amy K. Nelson: journalist, Animal New York)
@ReporterFaith (Faith Abubey: reporter/anchor WFMY- North Carolina Piedmont Triad community)

The New York Times team on the ground:
@juliebosman (Julie Bosman: national correspondent covering the Midwest, the New York Times)
@alanblinder (Alan Blinder: Atlanta bureau, the New York Times)
@jeligon (John Eligon: Kansas City correspondent, the New York Times)
@FrancesRobles (Frances Robles: Florida, Central America and the Caribbean correspondent, the New York Times)
@tanzinavega (Tanzina Vega: reporter covering race and ethnicity, the New York Times)

Local Officials:
@AntonioFrench (Antonio French: St. Louis Alderman, tweets frequent live stream coverage from Ferguson)
@PresReed (Lewis E. Reed: president of the Board of Alderman)
@TomShepardStl (Tom Shepard: Lewis E. Reed Chief of Staff)
@Patricialicious (Patricia Bynes: Democratic committeewoman of Ferguson township)

Other People/Organizations of Interest:
@attorneycrump (Benjamin Crump, esq.: attorney representing Michael Brown’s family)
@stlcountypd (St. Louis County Police Department)
@jack (Jack Dorsey: Twitter founder and St. Louis native, currently tweeting from Ferguson)