Florissant Fights Management Change for License OfficeThe Mayor of Florissant is calling on residents to make their voices heard concerning the future of the state license office in his city.
Appeal of Fired University of Missouri Educator RejectedThe University of Missouri curators have rejected the appeal of an assistant professor who drew national attention for her run-ins with student journalists during protests.
Chicago Court Rules, Somali Pirate Can't Withdraw Pleahe movie ``Captain Phillips,'' starring Tom Hanks, depicts Abduwali Abdukhadir Muse and his crew hijacking a ship in 2009.
St. Louis Murder Conviction Clouded After Discovery of VideoLeron Hornaday, who was sentenced to life in prison in the death of 16-year-old Travis Smith, received evidence through his 2013 request to St. Louis police for materials from the investigation.
St. Louis Lawsuit Against Horse Carriages Thrown OutAn appeal on the decision this Wednesday will coincide with a planned protest to remember a carriage horse named King.
SCOTUS Considers Appeal Before Missouri Execution for Rape, MurderNunley and a co-defendant were accused of kidnapping Ann Harrison as she waited for a school bus in Kansas City, then raping and killing the girl in 1989.
LISTEN: First Frozen Embryo Case in Missouri To Go To Appellate CourtJasha McQueen and her ex-husband made the agreement before he went to Iraq, but now that he's back and divorced, he wants to terminate them.
Court Rules Against St. Louis Police in Ticket ScandalThe ruling was on an appeal of a 2006 case involving officers distributing World Series Tickets confiscated from scalpers.
Missouri Appeals Panel Affirms Lower Court on CustodyA Missouri appeals panel has affirmed a lower court decision dismissing a Kansas City woman's lawsuit seeking custody of children she raised with her lesbian partner.
Reed Pushes for Appeal in No Public Vote for Downtown StadiumMayor Slay’s decision to abandon the legal fight for a public vote on the proposed stadium is not sitting well with Aldermanic President Lewis Reed.
University of Missouri Loses Library Science AccreditationCurrent students graduating through 2017 will still get degrees with accredited status.
Missouri Judge Drops Lawsuit Over Lethal Injection PolicyA lawsuit against Missouri over lethal injection policies for executions has been dismissed.

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