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Discrimination Against Nixon Delayed as More Cases SurfaceA judge this week decided to postpone the trial until late February, after Nixon leaves office. Nixon, a Democrat, can't run for re-election this year because of term limits.
Marijuana Doctor Subpoenaed in State, Federal InvestigationDr. Bodo Schneider is the medical director of clinics in Marion and Orland Park, a Chicago suburb.
Case Against "Citizen Lobbyist" DismissedThe Missouri Ethics Commission fined Ron Calzone $1,000 and ordered him to stop trying to influence potential state legislation.
Man Gets 30 Years for Deadly St. Louis Bar ShootingJamal Martin pleaded guilty Monday to charges of second-degree murder and armed criminal action.
Johnson and Johnson Faces More Baby Powder Cancer LawsuitsHealthcare giant has already lost two big dollar baby powder lawsuits in St. Louis.
Bridgeton Landfill Operator Settles Suit with 34 HomeownersLawsuits filed by 34 residents claimed that they could not enjoy their own properties because of the often-horrific smell emanating from the landfill.
Stockley May Seek Change of VenueFormer officer charged with murder in the line of duty.
Woman Enters Plea in Deadly Missouri Wrong-Way CrashKelli Smith entered an Alford plea Monday to a reduced charge of careless and imprudent driving after her earlier involuntary manslaughter conviction was overturned.
Ex-Guardsman, Cousin to be Sentenced for ISIS Terror PlotHasan Edmonds pleaded guilty last year to conspiring to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.
Board Recommends 6-Month Suspension for Lincoln County JudgeMissouri's Commission on Retirement, Removal and Discipline recommended the discipline this week for Judge Chris Kunza Mennemeyer.
Man Accused of Mailing Dead Animals to School Job WinnerA southern Indiana man passed over for a coaching and teaching position allegedly mailed four dead skunks and a dead raccoon to the successful applicant, court documents say.
More Woes for the HubbardsRodney Hubbard won his Democratic Committeeman primary by 55 votes -- 113 absentee votes in doubt.

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