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Missouri Sues Big Pharma for Opioid EpidemicSuit alleges drug companies lied to consumers about the dangers of addiction.
Lawsuit: Child Bound with Duct Tape for Nap Time ViolationA 4-year-old girl who refused to settle down on her cot during preschool nap time was bound with duct tape at a church-run center in suburban St. Louis, according to a lawsuit filed by the girl's parents.
Madigan Joins Colleagues in Opioid Investigations Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is joining her counterparts in other states investigating whether drug makers are contributing to the opioid epidemic.
Mo. Civil War Museum Threatens Lawsuit Over Confederate MonumentExecutive Director Mark Trout tells Krewson, in a letter released to KMOX, that his group holds the deed to the monument and can remove it "at no cost to the city" by June 23.
St. Louis Man Pleads Guilty in Jewish Bomb Threats CaseJuan Thompson also pleaded guilty to a charge of conveying false information and hoaxes.
2 Groups File Lawsuit to Halt Missouri's Voter ID LawThe suit alleges that Missouri has failed to provide funding for voter education, free voter IDs for those who need them, and training for poll workers.
Man Accused in Daughter's Death Says She Died AccidentallyQuate, 34, was arrested Tuesday, hours after his wife contacted police in Las Vegas from a woman's shelter and described where authorities could find her daughter's body in Centreville, Illinois.
$5M Award Upheld in White Professor's Discrimination CaseA Missouri appeals court has ruled that a white professor at a predominantly black university in St. Louis was fired "because of the color of her skin.''
GPS Devices To Be Removed From Many Missouri Sex OffendersA court ruling requires Missouri to at least temporarily remove GPS monitoring devices from some sex offenders.
County Police Call for Charges Against Metro SecurityThe St. Louis County Prosecutor has been asked to consider charges of "impersonating a law enforcement officer" against eight MetroLink guards.
Former SLU Medical Resident Admits Writing Fake ScriptsKyle Betts will be sentenced in August for illegally obtaining painkillers
Nations Defends Security Guards on MetroLinkMetroLink CEO denies he's trying to start his own police force.

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