UPDATE: OJ Simpson Paroled, He Will Be Released in OctoberOne of the sports memorabilia dealers in the robbery that put O.J. Simpson in prison has told a Nevada parole board that the former sports star apologized to him and he accepted it.
Springfield "Yarmulke Man" Hands Out Hats at Comey HearingMarc Daniels is giving out more of the Jewish caps, as this time as he stood in line at the Comey senate hearings.
Meeting Set to Hear Public Opinions on MetrolinkSt. Louis County Council chair Sam Page says the council has set a date and time to hear public testimony concerning safety and security on the Metrolink.
Trenton Forster Hearing TodayThe man accused killing St. Louis County Police Officer Blake Snyder has a hearing this morning.
Sen. McCaskill Votes to Block Trump's Sec. of Health NominationThe nominations of Congressman Tom Price to head Health and Human Services and Steve Mnuchin to be Treasury secretary went to the full Senate, after approval from the US House of Representatives, Wednesday.
Judge: No Cameras in Court for Chicago-Area Beating CaseJudge says showing the four defendants in jail clothing could taint the pool of potential jurors.
UPDATE: Revised St. Louis Soccer Stadium Funding Bill Passes CommitteeLast week, there was no vote by alderman to advance the stadium funding bill, the Aldermanic Ways and Means Committee meet again Thursday to consider it.
Lawsuit Alleges Missouri's Parole Process For Young Offenders is IllegalA lawsuit states Missouri's prison system is not giving young offenders special consideration during parole hearings.
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.
Parents In Court Again For Allegedly Abusing 6-Week-Old SonIt comes a week after Robert Burnette and Megan Hendricks made their first court appearances via video from the St. Charles County jail.
Wentzville Child Abuse Couple Appears in CourtThe hearing won't start until 10:30 a.m. at the earliest due to other cases taking longer than expected.
Case Against Maplewood 'Weed Lady' Will Be Heard In St. Louis CountyAlice Hezel's attorney successfully lobbies for move to county jury trial.