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Audit: Ferguson Courts 'In Disarray' After Police KillingState Auditor Nicole Galloway was in St. Louis to release details of the audit, which gave Ferguson courts a "poor'' rating the lowest available rating.
Judge W. Brent Powell Appointed to Missouri Supreme CourtJudge W. Brent Powell will replace former Judge Richard Teitelman, who died in November at his home in St. Louis.
Mo. Supreme Court Declines to Hear St. Louis Minimum Wage CaseLast month, the state's Supreme Court struck down a state wage law on procedural grounds.
Jefferson Co. Council Votes Down 2 Prescription Drug Monitoring Program BillsCouncilman Don Bickowski voted no on both bills, questioning whether Jefferson County can legally collect prescription records under HIPAA.
Parson Becomes First Black Council Member In FlorissantThe 46-year-old attorney defeated longtime Ward 8 representative Mark Schmidt on April 4.
Senate Confirms New Missouri Revenue DirectorSenators confirmed attorney and certified public accountant Joel Walters in a voice vote Thursday.
New Plan to Remove Confederate Monument in Forest ParkDig a long trench, bury it in Forest Park.
Jefferson County To Debate Prescription Drug Database BillsTwo bills take different routes to joining St. Louis County's soon-to-launch database.
LGBT Anti-Discrimination Legislation Stalled in MissouriIt's legal now in Missouri to fire someone or evict them from an apartment if they are gay, and efforts by some state lawmakers to outlaw such discrimination are dwindling as the session nears a close.
Rauner Optimistic in Budget NegotiationsIllinois lawmakers return to Springfield this week to begin the final stage of their spring session.
Sen. Durbin Speaks on Border Wall, ImmigrationOn CNN'S "State of the Union" Sunday, Durbin said he believes the largest city in his state should remain focused on local law enforcement.
Another Meeting Planned for the Future of MetrolinkMetrolink murders and how to make the system safer will be the subject of an upcoming meeting planned with local political leaders and the head of Metro Transit.

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