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Judge: Missouri Broke Law Keeping Execution Supplier SecretNational news organizations are suing the state because the Department of Corrections withheld public information.
UPDATED: Schweich Wanted to Discuss Accusations Against Mo. Republican Party ChairmanThe question being asked in Jefferson City and around the state is why would Schweich take his life.
Reporter Told to Leave St. Louis Municipal CourtA spokeswoman for Mayor Francis Slay said the request for the reporter to leave was a mistake.
Union Official: Charges Seem Unlikely for Darren WilsonJeff Roorda, business manager for the St. Louis Police Officers' Association, later told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that the AP "mistook what I said."
White House Weighs-In On Ferguson Airspace BanThe White House said Monday a no-fly zone the U.S. government imposed over Ferguson, Missouri, for nearly two weeks in August should not have restricted helicopters for news organizations that wanted to operate in the area to cover violent protests there.
AP Exclusive: Ferguson No-Fly Zone Aimed at MediaThe U.S. government agreed to a police request to restrict more than 37 square miles of airspace surrounding Ferguson, Missouri, for 12 days in August for safety, but audio recordings show that local authorities privately acknowledged the purpose was to keep away news helicopters during violent street protests.
AP, Other Media Ask Fla. Judge for Bieber VideoA South Florida judge is holding a hearing on a motion by media outlets seeking the release of police videos made after Justin Bieber's recent arrest.
Study: Ethanol Harms Environment More Than It HelpsThe Associated Press found ethanol production results in less land conservation and more farm fertilizer runoff.
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Prosecutors Seek 50-Year Sentence For Mo. Priest Federal prosecutors in Missouri are seeking a 50-year prison term for a Roman Catholic priest who admitted taking pornographic photos of children.
Mo. Man To Be Sentenced In Federal Sex Slave CaseA southwest Missouri man is heading to federal court to be sentenced for keeping a young woman as a sex slave for six years.
Muslim Group Seeks Bias Review In St. Louis Attack A Muslim civil liberties group says religious bias is behind an attack on an 18-year-old college freshman in St. Louis.

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