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Cancer Patient Blames Johnson and JohnsonCalifornia woman takes the witness stand in major civil trial in St. Louis.
Suspected Heroin Supplier's Plea Agreement NixedDavid Bollinger to instead face federal trial on drug charge relating to death of Mitch Stenger.
Death Penalty Possible in St. Louis County Officer's KillingEd Magee, a spokesman for St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Robert P. McCulloch, says the death penalty is a possibility, but that it's too early to make that decision.
St. Louis Seeks to Help Those with Warrants Clear CasesSt. Louis Municipal Court officials have begun an effort to help many of those with outstanding warrants to clear their cases at no cost.
Plaintiff in Johnson and Johnson's Baby Powder Case to Take the StandThe plaintiff, 46-year-old Deborah Giannecchini, is expected to take the witness stand sometime this week.
Accidental Shootings Of Children Could Rise In MissouriTop prosecutor in St. Louis is worried about new state law and potential for more deaths
Bel-Ridge Police Chief Suspended, Faces TerminationGordon Brock was suspended by the mayor for a list of 37 charges.
Student Sues School District After Alleged Sexual Relationship with TeacherA former middle school student is suing the East St. Louis School district after he says he had a sexual relationship with a teacher two years ago.
City Fights State Court on Minimum Wage RequirementsSt. Louis argues before the Missouri Supreme Court that state law does not preclude it from imposing a higher minimum wage.
Ex-Missouri Officer Gets Prison Term in Civil Rights CaseWitnesses testified that while he was a Pine Lawn police officer, he ordered someone to falsely report a mayoral candidate stole a campaign poster from a business and arranged for that candidate's arrest.
Extradition Hearing for Alleged Granite City Kidnapper TodayChristopher Derleth is scheduled to appear before a judge in Charleston, West Virginia for his extradition hearing.
St. Louis Jury Hears Evidence on Whether Baby Powder Causes CancerThe woman will testify that she would have not used the product had Johnson and Johnson put a warning label on it.

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