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Saint Louis Zoo Defends Its Ban On GunsDeschamp argued that the zoo is a daycare institution, an educational institution and an amusement park.
Lawsuit Seeks to Restore Parental Rights in Lost Baby CaseAttorney Albert Watkins announced the petition Tuesday in which Melanie Diane Gilmore seeks to invalidate her 1983 adoption and re-establish Zella Jackson Price as her legal mother.
Attorney & Jazz Aficionado Don Wolff DiesWolff hosted "I Love Jazz" on KMOX from 1993-2008
Special Prosecutor Appointed in St. Louis Police ShootingAttorney Hal Goldsmith will serve as special prosecutor to review the investigation into the January shooting death of 19-year-old Isaac Holmes.
Suit Challenges Missouri Law Limiting Municipal Court FinesThe lawsuit, filed in Cole County, challenges the 4-month-old measure that was the first significant step taken by state lawmakers to address concerns raised after the August 2014 police shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson.
NFL Set to Defend $1B Concussion Settlement Amid AppealsThere would not be coverage for depression, seizures and mood disorders, which some experts link to concussions.
Missouri Could Pay Blind Residents $19M after Court RulingAn attorney representing the blind residents says the new figure is up from a previous court's determination of less than $200,000.
St. Louis City Counselor Winston Calvert ResignsSources tell KMOX Winston Calvert's departure may not have been entirely voluntary.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Faces Discrimination Lawsuit"Mr. Pulitzer I believe ... would say that this is wrong," Magee says. "That these hard working black men should be paid $15 an hour, same as the white guys."
Blagojevich Takes Appeal To U.S. Supreme CourtFormer Illinois governor wants justices to throw out remaining corruption convictions
St. Louis Taxi Drivers Sue Uber, Citing Dip in BusinessThe damages sought in a class-action case would be less than $5 million.
Lawsuit Accuses St. Louis County of Sales Tax HoardingIn addition to St. Louis County, the suit also names County Executive Steve Stenger and County Director of the Department of Revenue Gregory Quinn as defendants.
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