Despite a judge’s ruling that a gay marriage ban is unconstitutional, many counties are refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
A 34-year-old St. Louis man sentenced to life in prison without parole in a teenager’s 1993 dance hall death will go free after a legal compromise spurred by his innocence claims.
A Cole County Judge throws out a Kirksville man’s challenge of a 1999 murder that challenged the scientific work of a coroner.
Cole County Sheriff’s Office has issued an Endangered SILVER Advisory.
The Cole County Circuit Court confirms that Bustamante’s attorney has been granted a continuance. No new date has been set.
Six western Missouri cities sued, arguing that the laws would violate various provisions of the Missouri Constitution by imposing an unfunded mandate on local governments, applying retroactively and infringing on judicial authority, among other things.
The attorney argued the subpoenas impose an unreasonable burden by providing too little notice and taking the employees away from important work.
Allen, 56, was convicted in 1983 of raping and killing 31-year-old Mary Bell in her St. Louis apartment.
The Humane Society of the United States said Wednesday that the state licensing fees are causing “financial stress” for some nonprofit shelters.
“I join with Congressman Lacy Clay in calling on Attorney General Koster to do the right thing and drop this appeal.”