NFL, City of St. Louis Lawsuit Set for Trial in OctoberThe NFL has hired a Clayton attorney to defend a lawsuit brought by the city of St. Louis and the Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority.
Does Baby Powder Cause Cancer? Another Jury Says Yes.The next baby powder trial is in June in St. Louis, and will be followed by another in July in California.
Gorsuch to Hear Mo. Church and State CaseThe case involves Trinity Lutheran Church in Columbia, Missouri, which applied for a grant to help non profit groups fund resurfacing of their playgrounds with rubber from recycled trees.
St. Louis Jury to Hear Another Baby Powder CaseA Tennessee woman, 56-year-old Nora Daniels, will testify she used Johnson and Johnson talcum powder for 35 years before she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
Rapper Killed in Triple Shooting Near Downtown HootersThe truck pulled up and someone fired at them as the men were leaving a the restaurant.
Body Found In Missouri River Identified, Suspect in CustodyThe victims' body was found near the Reikers Ford River Access around 8 a.m. on Friday.
Illinois Man Cleared in 1991 Rape After 25 Years in PrisonA state attorney says he does not intend to hold a retrial on the sexual assault charge, but does expect Illinois State Police to reopen the case.
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.