Missouri Court Overturns Law Enacted After Ferguson UnrestThe law came in the wake of the sometimes violent protests sparked by the fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
California Woman Pleads Guilty in K2 Scheme in MissouriMore than 2,000 packages of K2 were mailed to customers in Missouri.
New Website Hopes to Lower Incarceration RatesThere's a new tool available to navigate the St. Louis County Court system that its developers hope will reduce incarceration rates.
Mother Urges Atty. General To "Do The Right Thing" for Abuse ProgramA concerned mother is urging the Missouri Attorney General to act to make sure her daughter stays safe.
UPDATE: Ex-NFL Star Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide in PrisonAt the White House event in the afternoon, President Donald Trump congratulated the Super Bowl champions but made no mention of Hernandez.
Rev. Larry Rice Continues Fight to Keep NLEC OpenJudge Joan Moriarty heard several hours of testimony and broke for the weekend without rendering a decision.
Effort to Stop Right to Work Dealt Blow in Missouri CourtA Missouri judge says summaries of initiative petitions against right to work no longer fit since Gov. Eric Greitens signed a law to ban mandatory union fees.
Maplewood's 'Weed Lady' in the Clear -- For NowLawyer for Alice Hezel says City Hall has dropped charges that her yard violated Maplewood ordinance.
Nephew Allegedly Kills His Uncle, Burns His Body After ArgumentThe argument between family members began when the nephew was driving his 4-wheeler in his uncles driveway and making ruts.
UPDATE: Officer Snyder's Accused Killer's Court Date CancelledForster will have a hearing Wednesday afternoon on charges of first-degree murder, armed criminal action, and assault of a law enforcement officer.
Inmate Faces Execution Tuesday for Killing Family in 1998Mark Christeson, 37, is scheduled for lethal injection at 6 p.m., Tuesday, for the rape and murder of Susan Brouk and killing her two young children.
Judge: No Cameras in Court for Chicago-Area Beating CaseJudge says showing the four defendants in jail clothing could taint the pool of potential jurors.