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SEC: Former Monsanto Exec to Get $22.5M as WhistleblowerTuesday's award is the second-biggest the SEC has given a whistleblower since a $30 million payout in 2014.
Mizzou Researchers Sued for Blinding, Killing Beagles in Failed ExperimentAnother controversy at Mizzou — a rescue organization is suing researchers at the University of Missouri – Columbia who purposely blinded six beagles and then killed them after the project failed.
Hupp Makes 1st Court AppearanceHupp enters no plea, but hears the charges against her.
Decatur Woman Can Petition to Become Nurse Under New LawThe new measure allows anyone convicted of a forcible felony to petition for a health care worker license.
Mizzou Graduate Coalition Continues Fighting for UnionGraduate student at private universities can now unionize, but students at public institutions will continue fighting for their rights.
Prosecutor Wants Photos of Michael Brown's Body RestrictedThe filing warned that if the images became public they ``may provoke unbridled violence.''
BBB Warns St. Louis About Burial Insurance SchemeThe Better Business Bureau is warning St. Louis residents who receive an offer in the mail for burial insurance policies.
Second Police Major Sues Police DepartmentAnother police major passed over for promotion is suing the St. Louis Police Department, alleging gender bias.
Environmentalists Win Lawsuit Against Peoria-Area Coal PlantA federal judge has ruled Illinois Power Resources Generating LLC must work to clean emissions from the E.D. Edwards power plant.
Fed. Judge Rules Board Member Election Process for Ferguson-Florissant District BiasedA federal judge has ruled that the process of electing board members for the Ferguson-Florissant School District is biased against black voters and must be revised before another election occurs.
New Allegations in Absentee Voter CaseAttorney for the loser says workers wearing Penny Hubbard shirts registered absentee voters.
Court Told Money Short for Missouri Death Row Inmate DefenseFive legal groups are supporting a Missouri death row inmate, whose execution was halted hours before it was to be carried out in 2014, saying that he can't receive an adequate defense with the money allocated.

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