Judge: Cannabis Companies Can Make Campaign ContributionsA federal judge ruled last week that a provision preventing cannabis companies from making campaign contributions in Illinois wasn't constitutional.
Missouri House Passes Real ID Compliance MeasureA battle over whether to allow Missouri residents to get federally acceptable driver's licenses came closer to an end Thursday.
Illinois Could Lose $40 Billion in Federal Medicaid SupportThe overhaul would also cap federal support given to states for Medicaid recipients instead of matching whatever states decide to spend.
Bill Would Mandate E-verify Checks for Missouri BusinessesCurrent state law requires businesses with government contracts, tax breaks or grants to use the free E-verify progra
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.
U.S. Appeals Court Reinstates Suit Over Missouri Alcohol AdsA federal appeals court on Thursday revived a lawsuit challenging Missouri regulations that broadcasters and others say illegally limit how they can market alcohol.
Lawsuit Filed by Man Arrested For Flag Burning, Posting Photos to FacebookHe said he carefully planned his demonstration to protest racial discrimination, poverty and other injustices, and then posted six photographs of his actions on Facebook.
Alleged Terrorist Threats Tried to Close Down St. Louis Planned ParenthoodThe man who faces a federal charge is helping to organize a rally to support his right of free speech.
Obama Issues Pardons, Commutations in Missouri-Related CasesSix federal inmates serving time in Missouri-related drug cases are getting their sentences shortened by President Barack Obama, and three others got pardons.
Man Accused in Shooting After Cardinals Game Holds Off on PleaKilwa Jones' attorney says the 33-year-old will likely plead guilty at a hearing Friday, when his family is present.
East St. Louis Corruption Investigation Leads to ArrestsEast St. Louis, community of 27,000 residents across the Mississippi River from St. Louis, has a long history of budget shortfalls, corruption scandals and violent crime.
Illinois Agrees to $450,000 Settlement in Prison Rape SuitHe says prison officials punished and humiliated him after he reported his cellmate raped him.