Court Rules Against Inmates in Missouri Execution Drug CaseThe pentobarbital provider has argued it won't supply states if its anonymity vanishes.
Imprisoned Hastert Fights for Tax-Covered PensionThe ex-U.S. House speaker is now pointing to a technicality to argue that a state body should restore his $17,000-a-year teacher's pension that it yanked after his April 27 sentencing.
St. Louis Archdiocese Settles Wrongful Death LawsuitThe lawsuit was filed by the parents of a Florissant man who committed suicide years after he was allegedly abused by a Catholic priest.
Another Confirmed Case of Zika Virus in MissouriThis brings the total number of travel-related cases in Missouri to 32.
Missouri Judge Stops Appointment of Nixon as Public DefenderAn order Thursday by Cole County Circuit Judge Patricia Joyce said only courts can appoint defenders.
Case Against Capitol Protesters Moves Forward in MissouriProsecutors are moving forward with a case against 23 clergy members arrested after participating in a Missouri Senate protest.
Deadline for Hastert to Report to Prison LoomsA judge ordered the 74-year-old Illinois Republican to enter prison no later than 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Illinois Records 1st Human Case of West Nile Virus in 2016There were 77 human cases last year including nine deaths.
Man Pleads Guilty in Missouri Sex-Trafficking CaseThirty-five-year-old Kenyata D. Miles pleaded guilty Monday in Jefferson City to a felony count of attempted sex trafficking.
CDC Confirms First Zika Case in MissouriThere is no further information about where in Missouri the person lives at this time.
Court of Appeals Won't Reconsider Racial Discrimination Case Against SLMPDRetaliation Claims Being Reviewed by EEOC
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.