Missouri Man Allegedly Pointed a Loaded Rifle at a North Dakota DeputyAuthorities found two loaded semiautomatic rifles in Bradford's vehicle.
Saint Louis Zoo Defends Its Ban On GunsDeschamp argued that the zoo is a daycare institution, an educational institution and an amusement park.
Lawsuit Seeks to Restore Parental Rights in Lost Baby CaseAttorney Albert Watkins announced the petition Tuesday in which Melanie Diane Gilmore seeks to invalidate her 1983 adoption and re-establish Zella Jackson Price as her legal mother.
Attorney & Jazz Aficionado Don Wolff DiesWolff hosted "I Love Jazz" on KMOX from 1993-2008
Special Prosecutor Appointed in St. Louis Police ShootingAttorney Hal Goldsmith will serve as special prosecutor to review the investigation into the January shooting death of 19-year-old Isaac Holmes.
MLB Commissioner Hopes FBI Investigation of Cardinals Ends in OffseasonThe U.S. Attorney's office in Houston tells us there is no new information they can give us at this time.
Death Row Inmate Will Not Be Executed Wednesday"The issue though, is that the Constitution protects everyone, and it protects Mr. Johnson's rights, as well."
Neighbor Asking For Help Retrofitting Chris Sanna's Home"Anyone who doesn't want to donate money, but is able to donate labor, materials, know-how, expertise in helping get his house ready for him when he moves back in, that would be greatly appreciated."
2016 Trial Set for Brown Family's Suit Against FergusonAn attorney for defendants has asked for the lawsuit to be thrown out.
Over 150 Students Walk Out Of School To Protest Transgender Teen Using Girls' Locker RoomOver 150 Missouri high school students voiced their displeasure about a transgender teen using the girl’s locker room by walking out of class.
St. Louis Archdiocese Creates Peace and Justice CommissionThe commission has nine women and 18 men, it will represent eleven counties of the Archdiocese.
Drone Over Your Yard? Don't Shoot It Down!Lack of drone laws leave questions, but not about shooting them down.