Judge Rules Missouri Must Name Source of Execution Drug A Missouri judge has ruled that the state must reveal the source of the drug it uses to execute prisoners, finding that the state's Department of Corrections ``knowingly violated'' Missouri's open records law.
Video Limits By State Senate Argued Before Missouri High Court"Progress Missouri" says Senate ban on recordings violates Mo. sunshine law.
Ill. Election Board Could Take Up Case of 3 St. Clair Co. JudgesThe judges plan to retire in name only to avoid retention elections that require 60 percent approval rather than a simple majority.
Slay Blames Justice System for St. Louis Crime IncreaseOne local judge doesn't quite agree with Slay's opinion to throw the book harder at criminals.
Judge Stops Missouri from Revoking Abortion LicenseThe judge's ruling doesn't allow the clinic to immediately resume abortions because it still needs to find a physician who meets state requirement that a doctor must have local hospital admitting privileges to perform abortions there.
St. Louis Lawsuit Against Horse Carriages Thrown OutAn appeal on the decision this Wednesday will coincide with a planned protest to remember a carriage horse named King.
Judge Gives Probation to Drunk Driver in Severed Arm CaseA Florissant mother is devastated after a St. Louis County judge gives probation to a drunk driver whose head-on crash sliced off her 4-year-old son's arm.
Federal Judge Declines to Block Missouri ExecutionA federal judge refused Tuesday to block Missouri's scheduled execution next week of an inmate who killed three convenience store workers with a claw hammer, rejecting his claim that the execution drugs could cause an agonizing reaction with his brain tumor.
Veteran Asks Court to Reverse Illinois on Marijuana for PTSDAn Illinois veteran is asking a judge to reverse a state decision against adding post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of diseases eligible for medical marijuana treatment.
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.
Judge Denies Temporary Restraining OrderA judge has denied a request for a temporary restraining order for the city's new minimum wage law.