A man whose home was raided in response to a parody Twitter account he set up in the name of Peoria’s mayor is suing the city, the mayor and the police chief, alleging authorities violated his constitutional rights to free speech.
A St. Louis judge has ordered the city police department to turn over disciplinary records related to officers’ use of 2006 World Series tickets seized from scalpers.
A federal appeals court has overturned a Missouri law that makes it a crime to burn or otherwise desecrate the American flag, citing Constitutional free-speech protections.
A federal judge has issued a permanent injunction prohibiting a St. Louis County town from ticketing drivers for flashing their headlights to warn other drivers that police are nearby.
Officials don’t know whether any same-sex couples have filed joint Missouri tax returns since Gov. Jay Nixon directed the Revenue Department last fall to permit it for those legally married in another state.
That was the topic a panel of five experts discussed Monday night at Harris Stowe St. University.
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 […]