Senate Votes to Limit Internet PrivacyA Senate vote could affect what internet providers could do with your browsing habits - without your permission.
Mo. Auditor Tracks State Spending for the PublicState Auditor creates a web tracker for citizens to keep track of how the state is spending their money.
Missouri Woman Gets Illinois Prison Time in Son's DeathA Missouri woman has been ordered to spend a quarter century in Illinois prison for killing her infant son in 2012.
St. Louis Public Defender Calls for More AttorneysMary Fox says her office handles about 100 jury trials a year with a team of 20 public defenders.
Private Attorneys Offer to Help Overworked Public DefendersPrivate attorneys in the St. Louis area have committed to take over some cases from the state's overburdened public defender system on a volunteer basis.
Politicians, Police Debate Prop AState Senator Jamillah Nasheed supports getting rid of the Recorder of Deeds office in city government in favor of police body cameras. The police union says that money should be used to pay officers to stay in the city.
Kinloch Fire Department Officials Face Fraud Charges The fire chief and president of the Kinloch Fire Department's board face federal fraud charges.
St. Louis Man Freed After 30 Years in Calif. PrisonA St. Louis man is free after spending more than three decades in a California prison for a murder he says he didn't commit.
Presidential Budget Would Cut All Funding to Meals on WheelsThe President's budget would cut all $3 billion from the grant program that funds Meals on Wheels.
Ill. Faces Serious Loss from Health Care OverhaulIllinois health care experts say the state would face a $40 billion loss in federal Medicaid support under a health care overhaul proposed by congressional Republicans.
Local Liberal Groups Voice Opposition to Supreme Court NomineeGroups opposed to the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court held a conference call today to air their grievances.
Lock it for Love President Speaks Out After Accidental ShootingBerstein says many parents think their children won't find the gun they've hidden, but she says kids are curious.