City Fights State Court on Minimum Wage RequirementsSt. Louis argues before the Missouri Supreme Court that state law does not preclude it from imposing a higher minimum wage.
UPDATE: Penny Hubbard Won't Appeal Special ElectionState Rep. Penny Hubbard won't ask the Missouri Supreme Court to stop Friday's planned do-over election of her August primary race.
WATCH: Victor Oladipo Takes Down Reardon, Dueker in Free Throw ChallengeKMOX News was live on Facebook for the event.
UPDATE: Appellate Court: St. Louis County Polls to Stay Open Until 9The request was made after numerous problems at many polling places earlier in the day Tuesday.
NAACP Announces Executive Appointments for CommitteeThe eighteen members were announced on Monday by state President Nimrod "Rod" Chapel Jr., who will head up the committee.
Judge Overturns City Minimum Wage Hike"The outcome is that the ordinance is void, meaning it has no legal impact," Dueker says.
Lawsuit Against St. Louis Minimum Wage Hike In Court TuesdaySt. Louis is 10 days away from a minimum wage increase to $8.25, and eventually up to $11 per hour in 2018.
Judge or Jury: A Fight Before The Fight Over Minimum Wage IncreaseThe lawsuit goes to court on Oct. 6, but the St. Louis city minimum wage increase is set for Oct. 15.
He Said, She Said: Donald TrumpIs Trump just a flash in the pan, or is he in the race for the long haul?
He Said, She Said: Oath KeepersWere the Oath Keepers in Ferguson to help protect people and property or just to stir the pot?
St. Louis County NAACP Focused to Improve Our FutureThe NAACP will announce today a program to support children in St. Louis Family Courts.
He Said, She Said: Cincinnati ShootingIn this point-counterpoint video series, KMOX's Mark Reardon and Jane Dueker discuss some of the hot topics of the day.