Uber Wants Taxi Commission Suit Moved to Federal CourtThe Metropolitan Taxicab Commission is asking for a temporary restraining order against the ride service because it launched without approval.
Contract Worker Admits Destroying Some Military RecordsA contract worker for a national military records repository in St. Louis has admitted in federal court that he mutilated or destroyed dozens of the records.
Black Panthers Sentenced For Ferguson Bomb PlotOlajuwon Davis and Brandon Baldwin bought guns for felons, tried to buy pipe bombs.
Suit Filed by Michael Brown's Parents Moved to Federal CourtThe suit against the city of Ferguson, former police chief Tom Jackson and Darren Wilson, the officer who shot Brown, was filed last month in state court. Jackson and Wilson filed to have the suit moved on grounds that it deals with constitutional issues.
Court Date and Ground-Breaking Now Scheduled for Loop TrolleySupporters of the Loop Trolley announce plans for a ground-breaking, just as opponents announce they have a date in federal court they hope will stop the project.
Kentucky Men Arrested for Kidnapping Man Who Broke Free in St. LouisReports from Kentucky say the suspects in the crime went on an apparent crime spree in that state, stealing other cars and allegedly holding a 13-year-old at gunpoint.
Judge Bars '5-Second Rule' in FergusonCatherine Perry said police tactic violates constitutional rights.
Group Plans to File Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Against Police DepartmentsA multi-million dollar lawsuit against at least two different police departments in connection with the Ferguson unrest has yet to be filed. The organization, Black Lawyers For Justice, was expected to file the suit Tuesday in federal court.
Appeals Court Halts Michigan's Same-Sex WeddingsFederal court freezes a decision by a lower court that overturned Michigan's ban on gay marriages.
Former Judge Could Face Longer Sentence for Heroin PossessionThe former Belleville judge caught buying heroin faces a federal judge for sentencing and finds something other than leniency.
Ruling Favors St. Louis Street Performers Performers can dance and sing all they want on the streets of St. Louis following a ruling by a federal judge and the city's subsequent decision to stop regulating street performances.
New Twist In Frank Haith's Miami SagaMizzou basketball coach is denied in attempt to find out if his financial records were illegally accessed.

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