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Montgomery County Prosecutors Will Seek Death Penalty for Murder of New Florence ManPablo Serrano-Vitorino is charged in March shooting death of Randy Nordman, after he allegedly killed four people in Kansas.
Trump's Possible U.S. Supreme Court Nominees Include WashU GraduateDonald Trump has released a list of 11 names of possible U.S. Supreme Court nominees. Among them, Raymond Gruender, U.S. District judge for the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
'Super' Graffiti Artist Gets Super LawyerDavid Cox is accused of spray painting the word "super" on downtown buildings.
Attorney: At Least 1,000 More Baby Powder Lawsuits Filed"It's a lot like asbestos. People will be exposed today and 10, 20, 30 years from now they'll be developing ovarian cancer," Jim Onder said.
Court Strikes Down St. Louis Co. Police StandardsJudge Robert Cohen says the ordinance is unconstitutional and also runs afoul of the county charter.
St. Louis Co. Mother Files Lawsuit Targeting Desegregation PlanVICC says only white students can transfer from the county into the city. There's also a rule that only black students can transfer from the city out to the county.
Officials to Police: Girl Restrained to Protect StudentsTwo white southeast Missouri school officials who are being sued by a black teenager said in a newly released police report that they physically restrained the girl because she was trying to fight another student.
Judge Keeps Bond High for Accused Wife KillerJohn McLaughlin, held on $2 million, wanted it lowered to $200,000.
Lawsuit: 2 Missouri School Officials Slammed Girl to GroundA lawsuit says two white school officials in southeast Missouri slammed a black teenager to the ground three times, injuring her neck and back and requiring hospital treatment.
Insurance Industry Grapples with Cellphone-Related Work InjuriesCellphone-related injuries have increased eight-fold in the past few years, and it can be a workers comp issue.
U.S. Steel Files Trade ComplaintPittsburgh-based owner of mill in Granite City takes on China steel producers
Bridgeton Company Loses Wrongful Death SuitHussmann forced to pay $22.7 million to family of man killed by a company truck driver.

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