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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.
Attorney Says 5 Bridgeton Homes RadioactiveAttorney Winston Calvert says radiation levels are above background levels.
New York City Cafe Says Starbucks Stole Its Unicorn DrinkA Brooklyn cafe that created a ``Unicorn Latte'' is accusing Starbucks of "overshadowing'' its health-conscious drink with the sugary Unicorn Frappuccino in a new lawsuit.
Local Jury Awards Woman Over $110M in Baby Powder CaseThe jury ruling Thursday night for 62-year-old Lois Slemp, of Wise, Virginia, comes after three previous St. Louis juries awarded a total of $197 million to plaintiffs who made similar claims.
Judge Allows St. Louis Minimum Wage Hike, Will Start FridayThe increase is expected to give an immediate raise to roughly 35,000 workers.
Northwest Missouri Jury Will Hear Pamela Hupp's TrialHupp's attorneys asked for an outside jury because her case has received intense media coverage.
Judge Blocks Missouri Abortion-Restricting RulesSachs said then his ruling would invalidate Missouri's requirements that doctors who perform abortions have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, and that clinics meet hospital-like standards for outpatient surgery.
Armored Car Robbers SentencedLast year's hold-up of an armored car loaded with cash turned out to be an inside job.
Judge Rejects Effort to Reinstall Painting in CapitolBates said he was ``sympathetic'' to Pulphus and Clay given how the artwork was treated, but he concluded that they were unlikely to succeed on the merits of their arguments.

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