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Timeline of a tragedy: The Michael Brown story so far

A graphic depiction of the fatal shooting's aftermath.
Curfew imminent in Ferguson
Police officers man their positions in front of Ferguson businesses just after 10 p.m. on West Florissant Avenue on Aug. 16, 2014. A curfew was to go into effect at midnight.

Violence continues to erupt in Ferguson, Mo., more than a week after the fatal shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown by policeman Darren Wilson. The 18-year-old’s family demands justice be brought to their son with the arrest of the six-year veteran officer. Protesters have clashed with authorities as control over security shifted from local police to St. Louis County officers to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Gov. Jay Nixon has since called in the Missouri National Guard. And the Brown family continues to prepare for the teenager’s funeral arrangements amid completion of three separate autopsies.

Below is a graphic depiction of the fatal shooting's aftermath.

Sunday’s coverage: Missouri community outraged over police shooting of unarmed teen

Monday’s coverage: Black shooting victims face trial by social media

Tuesday’s coverage: Unrest continues in St. Louis suburb where Michael Brown was shot

Wednesday's coverage: Ferguson police use tear gas on protesters, arrest reporters

Thursday’s coverage: New witness to shooting emerges

Friday’s coverage: Police say Michael Brown was stopped because he blocked traffic

Saturday’s coverage: Curfew and state of emergency in grieving Ferguson

Sunday’s coverage: Autopsy reveals Michael Brown was shot at least six  times

Monday’s coverage: Violent clashes rock Ferguson again

Tuesday’s coverage: No bullets, no tear gas mark ‘turning point’ in Ferguson

Wednesday’s coverage: Eric Holder to meet with leaders in Ferguson after relatively calm night

Thursday’s coverage: Nixon orders National Guard to leave Ferguson