Missouri Appeals Court Hears Penny Hubbard CaseThe Appeals Court has to decide before Friday.
St. Louis Court to Hear Vote Fraud Allegation ConcernsPenny Hubbard's attorneys are asking for the case against her to be thrown out.
Rauner Vetoes Automatic Voter Sign-Up, Cites Fraud ConcernsAlthough embracing the concept and pledging to work on revisions, the Republican's veto message battered the plan for what he perceives as weaknesses that invite breakdowns in the system's integrity.
Chicago Man Sues House Speaker Madigan Over Failed Primary``This isn't about me being a sore loser. It isn't about me crying because I lost. It's about justice,'' Gonzales said. ``This stuff has got to stop.''
Missouri Expands Crimes Targeting Credit Card FraudThe law will take effect Aug. 28.
St. Charles Woman Sentenced for Defrauding Disabled Man of MillionsA St. Charles woman is sentenced to more than four years in prison for defrauding a disabled man, and lying on tax returns.
Former Illinois Lawmaker Sentenced for FraudShe pleaded guilty in July 2013 to soliciting $76,700 for scholarships through a charity golf outing and pocketing about $28,000.
Man Accused of Defrauding Missouri Cattle OwnersAuthorities say he used his scheme to steal money and cattle from 13 victims in Pike, Ralls and Montgomery counties over a three-year period.
Police Warn Residents of Fraudulent Utility WorkersPolice are not sure if the Affton case is isolated or a trend, but warn homeowners to contact the police if there are doubts about someone claiming to be a utility worker.
Missouri Pastor Pleas Guilty to Fraud, Wants to Take it BackA Missouri pastor was sentenced to seven years in federal prison after admitting he bilked $3.3 million from at least 18 mostly elderly investors.
Springfield Man Pleads Guilty to Investment Fraud SchemeA Springfield man pleaded guilty to an investment fraud scheme that cost three victims more than $1.1 million.
Missouri Pastor Gets 7 Years for $3.3M Investment Scheme A pastor who admitted bilking $3.3 million from at least 18 mostly elderly investors was ordered Wednesday to spend seven years in federal prison and repay the victims