Judge Orders St. Louis Police to Change Tactics to Protect Rights of PeopleThe judge heard testimony from protesters who say they were kettled and assaulted by police who say they were under attack and trying to keep the peace.
Police Sergeant to Testify in ACLU TrialA St. Louis police sergeant who helped shape the department's on-the-ground response to Stockley protesters is scheduled to take the witness stand in federal court.
ACLU Files Suit Against St. Louis PoliceThe American Civil Liberties Union asks a federal judge to rule whether St. Louis police violated the Constitutional rights of Stockley verdict protesters.
New Report Reveals Trends in School PunishmentsThe ACLU of Missouri is set to release a statewide school discipline report today.
Planned Parenthood, ACLU Sue Over Abortion RegulationsPlanned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union are suing the state of Missouri over new abortion regulations
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.
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."
ACLU of Missouri Releases Statement on Stockley VerdictThe ACLU of Missouri released the following statement after Jason Stockley was not guilty.
ACLU Cautions Police Ahead of Proteststhe American Civil Liberties Union is warning police to remember the lessons learned in Ferguson.
Church Offers Sanctuary for Suspended Hazelwood West StudentsChurch officials said if seniors aren't allowed to take part in Saturday's ceremony, they'll host their own ceremony for banned students.
Missouri Judge Says State Knowingly Violated Sunshine LawThe American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri announced the ruling in its favor Monday.
Appeals Court: College's Drug Tests of All Students IllegalA federal appeals court on Thursday reinstated a judge's 2013 ruling that a central Missouri technical college's mandatory drug testing policy is unconstitutional when applied to all students.