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Scottrade Center Financing Lawsuit DroppedSt. Louis Blues president says bonds may now be issued, like they had hoped to do in July.
Court: 'Making a Murderer' Defendant's Confession StandsA federal appeals court in Chicago narrowly overturned a ruling Friday that could have freed a Wisconsin inmate featured in the "Making a Murderer'' series from prison, though one dissenting judge called the case "a profound miscarriage of justice.''
St. Louis Man Acquitted in Love Triangle KillingJurors on Thursday found 28-year-old Adnan Husidic not guilty of first-degree murder, armed criminal action and burglary in the March 2016 shooting death of 26-year-old Jose Garcia Jr.
3 Plead Guilty to Fraud Scheme Using Unredacted Accident ReportsTerri Owens was one of a group of SLMPD officers Dr. Mitchell Davis and his wife, Gallina, paid cash to get unredacted accident reports.
Tesla Wins Legal Battle Over Missouri Licenses to Sell CarsAn appeals court has ruled that electric car maker Tesla Inc. can continue to sell its vehicles directly to consumers in Missouri.
Civil Lawsuit Against City of St. Louis Taking Shape Again in Stockley CaseAttorney Albert Watkins says the Missouri Attorney General's office under Chris Koster should have shared DNA evidence with him about the shooting -- before he reached a settlement.
Life Sentence Handed Down in 2015 Chuck E. Cheese's ShootingProsecutors say it was Ford's girlfriend who called him to bring a gun to her 1-year-old daughter's party at the restaurant, because she was mad at the girl's father.
Missourians Can Fly With Current IDs For Up To 1 More YearThe Missouri Department of Revenue announced Tuesday the state will have until at least October 2018 to comply with a federal REAL ID law.
Greitens Sued Over Removal From Missouri School BoardIn a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Cole County, John Sumners asks the court to determine if he remains a board member and whether Greitens broke the law by rescinding his appointment earlier this month.
Man Sentenced for Enrolling at College as Someone ElseCourt documents say he used the identity of a co-conspirator, named Demarcus Brewster, to enroll as a full-time student at Jefferson College in Hillsboro during the 2013-2014 school year.
Could Queen of Hearts Drawings Be Illegal?Revenue source for some Metro-East clubs may be violating Illinois law
Pamela Hupp Murder Trial Delayed AgainA judge has agreed to once again push back the trial date for a St. Louis-area woman accused of fatally shooting a man to shift attention away from herself in another killing.

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