Shooting victim Michael Brown and Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson.
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Still deciding whether to indict Ferguson, Mo., police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, a St. Louis County grand jury is expected to reconvene Monday, Yahoo News reports.

Downtown STL Inc., a  civic group that promotes St. Louis businesses, told members in an email Saturday that the grand jury will reconvene Monday, the report says. It was unclear how the group knew the information.

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The 12-member panel convened three months ago to decide if there was probable cause to charge Wilson with a crime in the death of the unarmed 18-year-old—a case that has sparked protests across the nation over the use of excessive force by law enforcement in the black community. Panelists are weighing options including second-degree involuntary manslaughter and second-degree murder, the report says.

The timing of the decision remains unclear, even after Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency about a week ago, fueling speculation that a decision was imminent. But the decision could be delayed until the Jan. 7 deadline, reports say.

Read more at Yahoo News.