Missouri's First Legally Blind Supreme Court Judge Teitelman DiesThe first Jewish and legally blind judge on the Missouri Supreme Court has died.
BackStoppers Announce New ‘Celebrity Judge’ at Guns ‘N HosesNASCAR driver and Creve Coeur-native Boyd’s first duty as ambassador will be to judge a match at the 30th annual Guns ‘N Hoses boxing event on Wednesday, Nov. 23 at the Scottrade Center.
Judge Ousted for First Time in St. Louis County HistoryCircuit Court Judge Dale Hood received low ratings on a scorecard from local lawyers.
Missouri Judge Stops Appointment of Nixon as Public DefenderAn order Thursday by Cole County Circuit Judge Patricia Joyce said only courts can appoint defenders.
Judge May Cut Ex-Illinois Gov. Blagojevich's Prison TermIt will be his first public appearance since he entered prison in 2012.
New Video Expected to Be Released in Stockley TrialThe local police union says it will announce what it calls "damning revelations" about the video.
Judge: Lawyers Can Have Michael Brown Juvenile RecordsThe city's lawyers argued that the information could ``lead to the discovery of admissible evidence'' in the lawsuit against Ferguson and the officer who shot Brown.
Tropical Liqueurs Moves to More 'Accepting' Neighborhood in The GroveThe new Trops will be open until 1:30 a.m., and Thompson says he wants to be open as soon as possible.
Appeals Court to Hear Woman's Fight For Her Frozen EmbryosMcQueen and her ex-husband initially agreed that she'd regain the embryos upon divorce, but he changed his mind and judge ruled in his favor initially.
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.