St. Louis Hearing to Begin Monday on Witness IntimidationCircuit attorney Jennifer Joyce claims that two witnesses in the last two months were killed because of their involvement in prosecuting a defendant.
Missouri AG Disagrees with Obama's Policy on Transgender Bathroom UseKoster says his office intends to stick up for Missouri's principle of siding with local decision-making over federal mandates.
Tapes: Peterson Planned Celebration After Hit on ProsecutorPeterson is heard saying he hoped to get "some booze'' to "celebrate that night.''
Missouri Court Upholds Limits on Cellphone Tower RegulationsThe Missouri Municipal League successfully challenged those laws in 2013, when a judge found procedural violations in the way they were passed.
Hastert Judge Won't Consider Support Letters Unless PublicThe judge in Dennis Hastert's hush-money case says that if the former U.S. House speaker wants letters of support considered during his sentencing, they must be made public.
Prosecutors: Hastert Sought to Hide Sex Abuse of 14-Year-OldHe is scheduled to be sentenced April 27.
Ferguson Council Could Soon Accept DOJ Reform DealThe 131-page consent decree is intended to correct problems identified in last year's Justice Department report.
Ferguson Reconsiders DOJ's Less Strenuous ReformThe council last month tried to change it, which the DOJ equated to outright rejection, so the DOJ filed suit.
Chicago Court Rules, Somali Pirate Can't Withdraw Pleahe movie ``Captain Phillips,'' starring Tom Hanks, depicts Abduwali Abdukhadir Muse and his crew hijacking a ship in 2009.
Video Limits By State Senate Argued Before Missouri High Court"Progress Missouri" says Senate ban on recordings violates Mo. sunshine law.
Illinois Makes Cameras-in-Court Policy PermanentA spokeswoman for the state's highest court said Monday that the roll-out of the program has gone so well that justices decided to end the experimental phase.
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.