#MeToo Movement Drops Office Romances To 10-Year Low, Survey FindsCareerBuilder's annual Valentine's Day poll found that office romances have fallen to a 10-year low with only 36 percent of workers admitting to dating a co-worker.
New Website Helps Interns Understand Their Rights The Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence along with the Women's Foundation of St. Louis help launch a website aimed at helping interns understand their rights in the workplace.
Transgender Woman Suing Mo. Companies for Harassment A transgender woman has filed a harassment lawsuit against two Missouri construction companies.
Lawmakers Question Response to Missouri Prisons ComplaintsMissouri lawmakers on Thursday questioned the timing of administrators' response to claims of widespread harassment in state prisons, an issue that's spurred outrage among some elected officials and led to a House review.
Local Muslims Fear for FutureReports of harassment have increased over last 18 months, but many cases are likely unreported.
Man, Woman Hospitalized After Attack Near Their HomeThe woman was struck by a tree limb, then both were attacked with fists and objects.
Missouri House Holding Public Hearing on Harassment PoliciesThe proposed policy changes include banning romantic fraternization between legislators, staff and interns, as well as a mandating that any sexual harassment complaints against lawmakers be referred to an outside attorney.
Police: Nude Man Found Sleeping in Wentzville HomePolice say the man entered the home, took off his clothes and went to bed.
Woman, Son Sue Southeast Missouri Town, Claiming HarassmentA southeast Missouri woman and her son are suing their hometown, the mayor and police, accusing them in federal court of harassment and violating their civil rights.
Ex-Officer Pleads to Harassing Transgender ManJeffrey Michael Leveque will serve a year of probation as part of a six-month suspended sentence.
No Charges Against Former Illinois County ClerkBob Delaney, whose alleged harassment of five women resulted in a combined $665,000 in settlements, won't face criminal charges.
Revamped St. Louis Neighborhood at Core of DisputeCommunity activist, Dan Scott, has suggested that developers and St. Louis leaders want to price out "undesirables."