Connecting to the web on the road is a convenience that could be harming us. What is saved and shared has people concerned.
The Aug. 5 ballot measure known as Amendment 9 would require police to obtain a warrant before searching or seizing “electronic communications and data.”
The FBI’s report into how Ed Mueth stole $3.5 million from the St. Louis County health department won’t be made public until after the County Executive election, if it gets out at all.
United States Attorney Richard G. Callahan today announced that the U.S. Attorney’s Office has filed a Motion to Intervene on behalf of the FBI.
Mueth was the county health department official who committed suicide amid suspicions he stole millions from county taxpayers.
The city of St. Louis issued four same-sex marriage licenses in a City Hall ceremony.
Internal St. Louis police records released as part of a lawsuit over seized 2006 World Series tickets show broader mishandling of other evidence by vice and drug officers.
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.