Cleric Arrested During Ferguson Protests Found Not GuiltyA cleric arrested during a protest in Ferguson has been found not guilty of willfully disobeying a police order to disperse.
Saint Louis Zoo Defends Its Ban On GunsDeschamp argued that the zoo is a daycare institution, an educational institution and an amusement park.
Court Holds Status Meeting on Purchase of Grant's FarmBilly Busch wishes to buy the financially faltering Grant’s Farm and keep it within the Busch family. However, the Saint Louis Zoo has put an offer on the table, as well.
NFL Set to Defend $1B Concussion Settlement Amid AppealsThere would not be coverage for depression, seizures and mood disorders, which some experts link to concussions.
Bond Set for Man Accused of Online Threats Toward MizzouJudge Kimberly Shaw agreed during a Wednesday court appearance to give him the opportunity to post bond and stay with his parents in their Lake St. Louis home.
Missouri Could Pay Blind Residents $19M after Court RulingAn attorney representing the blind residents says the new figure is up from a previous court's determination of less than $200,000.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Faces Discrimination Lawsuit"Mr. Pulitzer I believe ... would say that this is wrong," Magee says. "That these hard working black men should be paid $15 an hour, same as the white guys."
Ferguson Protester Pleads Guilty to QuikTrip Arson, BurglaryPolice say Williams ignited a fire at a QuikTrip in Berkely during protests after the death of 18-year-old Antonio Martin.
Former Valley Park Mayor Violates ProbationCourt documents show there is a court date set for Nathan Grellner in November for a probation violation.
Chicago Police Commander to Go On Trial For Tough TacticsPolice Cmdr. Glenn Evans, who is credited with cleaning up a crime ridden area of West Side Chicago, allegedly shoved a gun down a suspect's throat.
Lawsuit Against St. Louis Minimum Wage Hike In Court TuesdaySt. Louis is 10 days away from a minimum wage increase to $8.25, and eventually up to $11 per hour in 2018.
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.