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Civil Rights Icon Frankie Muse Freeman DiesNAACP leaders in the St. Louis region salute her accomplishments and inspiration
Allegations Against Missouri Governor Raise Legal RisksA conviction on a blackmail charge can carry years or even decades behind bars. However, blackmail can be difficult to prove, especially without third-party witnesses, said Jeff Cramer, a former top federal prosecutor in Chicago.
Organization Files Lawsuit Against Greitens Over Use of AppThe Confide app deletes text messages and prevents recipients from saving, forwarding, printing or taking screenshots of messages.
Activists to Copy Illinois 'Gay Panic Defense' Ban ElsewhereStarting in January, Illinois will bar a rare criminal defense allowing the use of a victim's sexual orientation as justification for violent crime, a ban gay rights advocates say they will attempt to replicate in about half a dozen states next year.
Judge Refuses To Dismiss St. Louis Suit Against RamsAt issue is did NFL team breach its contract by failing to meet league relocation rules?
Owners of Chicago's Billy Goat Tavern Suing Chip CompanyThe suit argues that the name and symbol of a goat on the Billy Goat Chip Company's packaging has led to confusion by the tavern's customers.
Lawsuit Says Companies Use Facebook To Exclude Older Workers From JobsLegal experts are now questioning whether Facebook is liable for helping the defendants potentially violate the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967.
Reginald Clemons Admits Taking Part in Chain of Rocks Bridge MurdersReginald Clemons, who at one time was sentenced to death for the crime - and got his conviction overturned - is now pleading guilty in exchange for life in prison.
Dog Subject of Court Battle, Faked DeathA dog who was the subject of a two-year court battle and a faked death is back with his adopted family in Missouri.
Circuit Attorney Reopens Investigation of St. Louis OfficerSt. Louis police say an internal investigation was conducted, but the officer resigned before the officer could be disciplined. Spokeswoman Michelle Woodling says police also sought criminal charges.
ACLU Finds Ferguson-Florissant Violates Voting Rights ActThe ACLU is in court this morning to challenge the election process used by the Ferguson-Florissant School District.
Illinois Man Sentenced in Fatal Shooting of SEMO Student21-year-old Christopher Grant, of Collinsville, Illinois, was sentenced Monday for second-degree murder and three other charges in the killing of 19-year-old Bobby Christman, of south St. Louis County.

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