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Pamela Hupp Arraignment Pushed Back to Jan. 30A court hearing has been delayed for a suburban St. Louis woman accused of killing a man in an effort to shift attention away from herself in another killing.
UPDATE: Jurors in Southern Illinois Find Man 'Sexually Dangerous'Lopes still faces three counts of grooming for allegedly handing out cards directing people to online videos of him promoting sexual relations with children in April 2016.
Family of Boy Killed on Kansas Waterslide Settles With ParkOwners of Schlitterbahn Waterparks and Resorts plan to follow through on permanently removing the slide from its 168-foot tower as announced in November.
Illinois Man Cleared in 1991 Rape After 25 Years in PrisonA state attorney says he does not intend to hold a retrial on the sexual assault charge, but does expect Illinois State Police to reopen the case.
Lawsuit Alleges Missouri's Parole Process For Young Offenders is IllegalA lawsuit states Missouri's prison system is not giving young offenders special consideration during parole hearings.
US Attorney Callahan Creates 'Double Whammy' for Downtown Violent CrimesOne criminal to experience Richard Callahan's warning was Kilwa Jones, who received a 40-year state and 35-year federal sentence for a downtown shooting after a Cardinals game.
Judge: State Prosecutors to Handle Clemons RetrialA judge agreed with St. Louis' prosecutor Jennifer Joyce to appoint the Missouri Attorney General's Office as a special prosecutor.
Neighborhood Activist Claims Conflict of Interest in EPA TestingThe EPA says it's testing a select number of homes for alpha, beta and gamma radiation.
Illinois Unable to Pay $2.5M to Exonerated Ex-Inmates Due to Budget WoesThe Innocence Project says the money is a recognition by the state that it wrongfully kept the men in prison.
Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce Cleans Out Her Office, Prepares for RetirementJoyce chose not to run for re-election and is retiring to become - as she puts it - "a nomad," and chase the sun in an RV with her husband.
Missouri Supreme Court to Hear Convicted Killer's AppealForty-eight-year-old Robinson of Sikeston was convicted of first-degree murder in 2001 for the August 2000 shooting death of Sheila Box.
Missouri Court Orders New Trial in HIV-Infection CaseA Missouri Court of Appeals panel sided Tuesday with Michael L. Johnson's claim that the St. Charles County trial court abused its discretion by admitting excerpted recordings of phone calls Johnson made while jailed.

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