A civil liberties organization sued the Nebraska prison system Tuesday on behalf of two inmates who say their constitutional rights are being violated because they haven’t been allowed to marry each other.
ACLU has filed a lawsuit seeking to force Missouri to recognize same-sex marriages performed in places that allow them.
ACLU’s Diane Balogh said the suit will be filed Wednesday in state court in Kansas City, but she refused to discuss specific details.
Overnight America Podcast: January 29th, 2013 – Jordan Hembrough, Nial Stanage, Paul Ossmann, Marjorie Esman
Jordan Hembrough joined us to talk about the season premiere of season 3 of the “Toy Hunter” on Travel Channel. If you are into the classic toys and want to know more about how to […]
Police produced a copy of an ordinance against vagrancy, begging, and loitering and told them to leave town in five minutes.
With 2013 in its final days, KMOX.com is recapping the 10 most-viewed local news stories of the year.
Serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin is getting support from an unlikely source: Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt, who was paralyzed by a bullet apparently fired by Franklin 35 years ago.
For the second time this year, a federal court has ruled that the eastern Missouri town of Desloge cannot ban the Ku Klux Klan or any other group from passing out fliers.
The American Civil Liberties Union says the new policy opens the county up to lawsuits but Mark Kern, the St. Clair County Board Chair, disagrees.
U.S. District Judge Nanette K. Laughrey in Jefferson City on Friday sided with the American Civil Liberties Union, which sued Linn State Technical College on behalf of six students.