Family Appeals Deportation of Ill, Disabled UncleA St. Louis family is appealing for help for their disabled uncle, who recently deported to Afghanistan - a country he hasn't been to in two decades.
Independent Mayoral Hopeful Kacey Cordes Off Ballot - For NowThe St. Louis Board of Elections said Cordes didn't collect the required signatures.
Illinois AG to Appeal Denial of Request to Halt Worker PayAttorney General Lisa Madigan said she will appeal the judge's ruling, noting the state's constitution requires an enacted appropriation for state spending.
Missouri Supreme Court to Hear Convicted Killer's AppealForty-eight-year-old Robinson of Sikeston was convicted of first-degree murder in 2001 for the August 2000 shooting death of Sheila Box.
Appellate Court Doesn't Change Ruling on Divorced Couple's EmbryosMcQueen says it's like not being able to get to your children.
Federal Judge Rules Against Ferguson ProtestersThe protesters claimed they were pepper sprayed, shot with rubber bullets or pinned to the ground under officer's knees.
Missouri Appeals Court Hears Penny Hubbard CaseThe Appeals Court has to decide before Friday.
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.