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Officer Mike Flamion's Shooter in CourtThe man accused of shooting and paralyzing Officer Mike Flamion in 2016 is in court this morning.
Comptroller Stands Ground Against Blues Ownership Group LawsuitSt. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green says her job is to protect the city's credit rating.
Lawsuit Seeks to Block Public Money for Scottrade CenterThe lawsuit claims taxpayers cannot legally pay for the deal.
Judge Defers Verdict in Ex-St. Louis Cop's Murder TrialA judge won't rule for at least nine more days in the trial of a former St. Louis police officer charged with murder in the 2011 killing of a black man.
Former St. Louis Officer Takes the Stand in His Murder TrialKMOX's Brian Kelly reports Stockley testified that he and his partner both saw Jason Lamar Smith's hand on a silver revolver on the passenger seat of the car, and after Smith's car backed up toward the police cruiser, Stockley felt his life was threatened.
Witness Testifies Against Stockley in Murder TrialA man who was with Anthony Lamar Smith on the day he was killed by then-St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley says he believes Smith was unarmed.
Ruling Means Rams May Owe $352,000 to State of MissouriThe Rams are long gone from St. Louis, but they still may owe more than $350,000 in taxes to the state of Missouri.
Missouri Attorney General Fights Backpage.com LawsuitAttorney General Josh Hawley filed a motion Tuesday against Backpage, saying its lawsuit is frivolous and should be tossed.
Former St. Louis Police Officer Stands Trial for MurderJason Stockley will stand trial on first-degree murder and armed criminal action charges stemming from the 2011 killing of Anthony Lamar Smith.
Prisoners Released From City's Workhouse Talk About Life On The InsideThe released prisoners are complaining about more than just the air conditioning. Staff Attorney Nicole Nelson says they're telling stories of mold, mice, insects and overcrowding.
Deadly St. Louis Explosion Draws New LawsuitThe children of a woman who was among four people killed when a steam-filled tank weighing nearly 2,000 pounds exploded at a box plant and flew onto a building are suing the plant. 
Tennessee Jails Offering Inmates Shorter Sentences In Exchange For SterilizationTennessee inmates can receive upwards of 30 days cut from jail sentences if they agree to get a vasectomy or insert a contraceptive device into their body.

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