He admitted defrauding the state’s Medicaid program and illegally dispensing prescription medications.
University board wants report from Dowd Bennett on April 11.
A federal judge agreed late Wednesday to temporarily block an Oklahoma pharmacy from providing an execution drug to the Missouri Department of Corrections
Brad Coleman, sibling of man convicted of killing his wife and sons in Columbia Ill., had been working as a prison guard.
Public Defender System Director Cat Kelly says entry-level attorneys in her office are paid a salary of about $38,500.
A plan to end all city tax breaks to energy firms such as Peabody, Ameren and Laclede Gas is the subject of a lawsuit slated for a hearing this morning.
The Missouri Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the Archdiocese of St. Louis must release the names of more than 100 church employees accused of sexual abuse over the past 20 years.
A local sex trafficking case closed this week will open your eyes to what hundreds of victims may have went through.
The Missouri Supreme Court is expected to rule today whether or not the St. Louis Archdiocese must disclose two decades worth of sexual abuse allegations against its priests.
A new report released Tuesday shows that a nationwide push by prosecutors to re-examine possible wrongful convictions contributed to a record number of exonerations in 2013.
A major operation, bringing law and order to what could be the region’s most dangerous neighborhood.
Blagojevich says prosecutors are trying to prevent his lawyers from proving his innocence.