Today marks two weeks since the police shooting of an unarmed black teen sparked outrage in Ferguson, Missouri, and it appears that the nights of violent protests are over.
The national guard has withdrawn, after being brought in on Monday to help local police.
Now Ferguson police cars are having dash cams installed to provide video evidence of police actions.
A grand jury is also investigating possible charges against the officer who shot Michael Brown.
Brown's funeral will be held Monday and the reverend Al Sharpton will preside.