A man and woman will serve time in federal prison after a racially motivated arson attempt on a black family’s home in Independence.
Christopher Kelley was found guilty of two counts of arson for setting fires in 2011 at the University of Missouri-Columbia and Stephens College.
A new hire at a Clayton law firm representing a group of downtown St. Louis condominium owners has Reverend Larry Rice crying foul.
Thousands of pages of documents showing how the Archdiocese of Chicago handled the sexual abuse of children by priests will be made public Tuesday, providing the broadest look yet into the details of what the archdiocese knew and did or didn’t do about the scandal.
A sheriff’s department sergeant reportedly killed Teri Cloninger’s husband in self-defense.
A former Lindenwood University wrestler charged with recklessly exposing someone to HIV could face more charges.
Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones said Wednesday that caps for damages in medical malpractice cases need to be reinstated to protect the health care system.
Schnucks Markets, Inc. has voluntarily recalled fresh ground beef sold before 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014 at its Des Peres, Missouri store.
A three-judge panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday will hear the case of Cape Girardeau resident Frank Snider III.
An express lane for gun cases is now open in the St. Louis City Circuit Court. Starting this week, gun possession cases will be moved in front of a judge in 60-to-90 days.
A major operation, bringing law and order to what could be the region’s most dangerous neighborhood.
Blagojevich says prosecutors are trying to prevent his lawyers from proving his innocence.