With the violence in Ferguson seemingly winding down, Missouri's governor has told the state's National Guard to go home, reports the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Jay Nixon made the controversial move to deploy the Guard earlier this week, but his office said today that "the situation has greatly improved" since then, reports CBS Local. The withdrawal was to begin immediately. The development comes a day after Attorney General Eric Holder visited Ferguson and promised a fair investigation into the Michael Brown shooting. For now, it appears that the State Highway Patrol will remain in charge of security in Ferguson.