Jury Seated in Murder Trial of Ex-Prosecutor in Wife's DeathThe trial is expected to continue into the first week of February.
Judge: New Law Creating 6-Person Juries UnconstitutionalThe Legislature and then-Gov. Pat Quinn approved the law in 2014. It took effect June 1.
Trial Begins for Sunset Hills Mayor Accused of Hitting BicyclistSunset Hills Mayor Mark Furrer will have to impress the jury that has already heard from two witnesses who said he jerked the wheel toward a cyclist on purpose when he and the victim exchanged curse words.
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.
Trial Begins for Former Lindenwood Wrestler Accused of Exposing HIV to PartnersJury selection is underway for former Lindenwood University wrestler who is scheduled to go to trial this week for not telling his sexual partners that he is HIV positive.
St. Charles Co. Couple Found Guilty in Caged Child CaseA St. Charles County couple is found guilty in a child endangerment case where an autistic boy was kept in a cage.
Jury Selection in Trial for Caged Child CaseJury selection is underway for the trial of two parents who are accused of keeping their 6-year-old autistic son in a makeshift cage.
Protesters Interrupt, Are Removed from McCulloch Speech at SLU Law SchoolSt. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar defended the decision not to more forcefully defend property the night of the Michael Brown Grand Jury decision.
Jury Trial Date Set for Sunset Hills Mayor to Face Felony ChargesNot backing down and not making a deal, the mayor of Sunset Hills now has a court date to fight allegations that he sideswiped a cyclist with his car.
More Looting Video, Photos Released - Zero Arrests So FarEight suspects ID'd breaking into S&K liquor store on Nov. 24.
Missouri Voters Have a Choice to Get Tougher on Child Sexual PredatorsThe Missouri Association of Prosecuting Attorneys is speaking out in support of Amendment Two, a proposal on Tuesday's ballot that would allow juries to hear the past offenses of a defendant accused of sexually assaulting a child.