Local Cemetery that was Subject of Lawsuit SoldOak Grove Cemetery is being sold after Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster filed a lawsuit against it in 2015.
Koster Keeps Fundraising Edge Over GOP Rivals for GovernorDemocratic Attorney General Chris Koster's most recent fundraising has exceeded the combined total of all his Republican opponents in the race for Missouri governor.
EPA: Nuclear Waste Closer to Bridgeton Landfill FireThe EPA released new data showing the underground fire at the Bridgeton landfill is much closer than originally thought to the nuclear waste from the Manhattan Project.
Republic Services Backs Claims Local Landfills Are SafeCompany files expert reports with court in ongoing battle with Mo. attorney general's office
Attorney General Reacts to Brush Fire Near Bridgeton LandfillChris Koster calls on EPA to speed up process on finding a remedy for ongoing fire at site.
Koster Finds No Evidence of Wrongdoing in Planned Parenthood InvestigationThe attorney general said Planned Parenthood's handling of fetal tissue is in accordance with Missouri law.
Missouri AG to Announce Legal Action Against WalgreensKoster says an undercover Missouri investigation began after complaints of price tags not matching receipts.
Attorney General Koster Pressures EPA, Landfill With Spring Court DateKoster's report found radiation in trees on private property off the site and the trial is set for next spring.
Missouri Senator Leaves Job to Focus on Bridgeton LandfillMaria Chapelle-Nadal says Attorney General Koster called the landfill a possible "Chernobly like event."
Missouri Asks Judge to Toss Satanic Group's Abortion SuitThe religious group disagrees with the state providing information and a 72-hour wait period between the first appointment the procedure.
Mo. Attorney General To Investigate Planned ParenthoodMissouri's Democratic Attorney General Chris Koster launched an investigation Tuesday into the state's only clinic that offers abortions.
Koster Fights for Control Over Burning Bridgeton Landfill DataAt issue in the case is carbon monoxide data from the north quarry that emergency planners claim is vital to map the exact whereabouts of the moving underground fire.