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Media reports: No decision on Ferguson this weekend

Crews erected barricades Saturday around the building where a grand jury has been meeting (Source: MGN). Crews erected barricades Saturday around the building where a grand jury has been meeting (Source: MGN).
Business boarded up in Clayton, MO (Source: Viewer submitted) Business boarded up in Clayton, MO (Source: Viewer submitted)
Ferguson prepares for grand jury decision (Source: Loavesofbread/Wikimedia/MGN) Ferguson prepares for grand jury decision (Source: Loavesofbread/Wikimedia/MGN)
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    The nation awaits as the grand jury decides whether a white police officer will be charged in the deadly shooting of a unarmed 18-year-old in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson. 
    The nation awaits as the grand jury decides whether a white police officer will be charged in the deadly shooting of a unarmed 18-year-old in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson. Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown on Aug. 9.

ST. LOUIS, MO (KFVS/AP) -The decision from the grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri most likely won't come this weekend. That is according to multiple media reports.

On Saturday, CNN reported that law enforcement said the Grand Jury will meet back on Monday.

The grand jury is deciding if charges should be filed on Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for fatally shooting Michael Brown on Aug. 9.

On Friday, businesses were boarding up and removing merchandise in Clayton, Missouri.

KTVI-TV reports that businesses are seeing fewer customers in the Ferguson area.

KMOX radio reports that area churches are opening their doors to protesters.

Crews erected barricades Saturday around the building where a grand jury has been meeting.

Some schools have already canceled classes for Monday around Ferguson.

The FBI has sent nearly 100 additional agents to Ferguson to help law enforcement agencies, according to a U.S. official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorized to discuss the FBI plans.

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency on Monday and activated the National Guard ahead of the grand jury decision.

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