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Ex-East St. Louis Linebacker Sues, Says Has Brain DamageHunt says he complained to coaches about concussion symptoms during a 2008 game but was sent back to play.
Former Kinloch Fire District Head Gets Probation for FraudProsecutors say 40-year-old Jayna Small, former president of the board of directors for the Kinloch Fire Protection District, and her husband, a former fire chief and mayor, stole the money and used it to for personal expenses.
Appeals Court Tosses $72 Million Award in Talcum Powder CaseThe Missouri Eastern District court ruled Tuesday that Missouri was not the proper jurisdiction for a lawsuit filed by 62-year-old Jacqueline Fox, of Birmingham, Alabama, who died in 2015 of ovarian cancer.
Krewson Appoints New Public Safety DirectorThe city's current director or public safety, Charlene Deeken, will continue to oversee the department until Circuit Judge Jimmie Edwards is sworn in.
Judge Says He Didn't Know Father Raped Mother When He Granted Joint CustodyA Michigan judge has halted his own order granting joint custody of an 8-year-old boy to the man who raped the boy's then-12-year-old mother.
Missouri Owes Millions to Blind Pensioners Due to MiscalculationThe state owes blind pension recipients $26 million due to a miscalculation made near the beginning of the century.
Charges Dropped Against Accused Serial GroperA homeless man accused this summer of groping four women in the Tower Grove South neighborhood is back on the streets, and no longer facing prosecution.
Judges Hear Suggestions to Build Trust in JudiciaryActivists, law students, citizens offer suggestions to heal rift with minority community.
FAA Bans Drone Flights Near Gateway ArchMount Rushmore, Statue of Liberty, and seven other U.S. landmarks on flight restriction list.
ACLU Files 2nd Suit Regarding Police Handling of ProtestersThis one stems from incidents in 2015 after the police shooting of drug suspect Mansur Ball-Bey.
Filmmaker Claims Trauma After Kettling Incident at ProtestA Kansas City film-maker who went to law school at St. Louis University is suing the city of Saint Louis over "kettling" at protests.
ACLU Sues City of St. Louis Over Stockley Protest Police TacticsThe ACLU says it understands police are under enormous pressure with long shifts and being the subject of the protests, but says that's "no excuse for violating the constitution."

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