Michael Brown memorial ruined by fire in Ferguson, Missouri

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FERGUSON, Mo. -- It has been more than a month since the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.

After weeks of protests, violence and demonstrations, things were calm in Ferguson, Missouri, until a memorial display for Brown went up in flames.

Police believe candles around the display are to blame, but residents think the fire was set on purpose.

Either way, the fire sparked another night of unrest.

A group smashed up and looted a beauty supply store and the owner says it's the third time.

Witnesses even say they heard gunshots in the area.

However, that wasn't the only thing that had folks in Ferguson fired up.

A city council meeting about court reforms turned into a heated exchange about Brown.

A state grand jury and the Department of Justice are still investigating what happened .

And Darren Wilson, the officer who shot and killed brown, is still on paid administrative leave.

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