Missouri Says Reporter Doesn't Have Right To See ExecutionsThe state, in a court filing last week, also said that it has legal immunity from lawsuits such as Buzzfeed News reporter Christopher McDaniel's case filed in August against George Lombardi, overseer of Missouri's prison system.
Death Penalty Possible in St. Louis County Officer's KillingEd Magee, a spokesman for St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Robert P. McCulloch, says the death penalty is a possibility, but that it's too early to make that decision.
Missouri Sets Execution Date For Man Who Killed 3Mark Christeson's lethal injection is the only one docketed among 25 condemned inmates in Missouri.
Missouri Man Put to Death for Killing Deputy, Two OthersA man who killed two people in a drug dispute and a sheriff's deputy in a subsequent shootout was put to death Wednesday in what could be Missouri's last execution for some time.
Missouri Senate Debates Repealing Death PenaltyA bipartisan group of lawmakers to implored their colleagues Monday to end capital punishment.
Coalition Votes to Send Death Penalty Repeal to State SenateFor the first time in decades, the Missouri Senate will debate a bill that would repeal the state's death penalty.
Conservative Backed Death Penalty Repeal Bill Gets Hearing in Jefferson CityCould Missouri repeal the death penalty? It's up for discussion Tuesday in Jefferson City.
No Death Penalty For Couple Who Stabbed The Woman's MotherRelatives have said the mother imprisoned Gypsy Blanchard and forced her daughter to pretend she was disabled.
More Legislators Back a Renewed Death Penalty in IllinoisSome state legislators believe a heftier penalty should be set for killers of children or law enforcement.
SCOTUS Considers Appeal Before Missouri Execution for Rape, MurderNunley and a co-defendant were accused of kidnapping Ann Harrison as she waited for a school bus in Kansas City, then raping and killing the girl in 1989.
Woman Accused in Antifreeze Deaths Wants Statements TossedAttorneys for a southwestern Missouri woman accused of fatally poisoning her husband and a son with antifreeze are asking a judge to toss out her videotaped statements to investigators.
Mo. Catholic Leaders Send Letter About ExecutionsAs of today, there have been 15 executions in Missouri since November of 2013.

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