Illinois Settles with Target After 2013 Data BreachIllinois will receive about $1.2 million from the settlement.
County Police Call for Charges Against Metro SecurityThe St. Louis County Prosecutor has been asked to consider charges of "impersonating a law enforcement officer" against eight MetroLink guards.
Pamela Hupp's Trial Delayed Until April 2018Hupp is charged with killing 33-year-old Louis Gumpenberger last year at her O'Fallon, Missouri home.
NFL, City of St. Louis Lawsuit Set for Trial in OctoberThe NFL has hired a Clayton attorney to defend a lawsuit brought by the city of St. Louis and the Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority.
Missouri Lawmakers Seek to Limit Medical Costs in LawsuitsThe latest bill deals with how medical costs are calculated.
Federal District Court Dismisses Schnucks Data Breach LawsuitsThe four-month long breach saw more than two million cards that contained unencrypted data being swiped at dozens of area Schnucks Markets.
Attorney Says 5 Bridgeton Homes RadioactiveAttorney Winston Calvert says radiation levels are above background levels.
Mother Suing Police in Son's Death During ChaseThe lawsuit alleges Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers and Pevely officers recklessly caused 21-year-old Lavoy Savalas Steed's death.
Does Baby Powder Cause Cancer? Another Jury Says Yes.The next baby powder trial is in June in St. Louis, and will be followed by another in July in California.
New York City Cafe Says Starbucks Stole Its Unicorn DrinkA Brooklyn cafe that created a ``Unicorn Latte'' is accusing Starbucks of "overshadowing'' its health-conscious drink with the sugary Unicorn Frappuccino in a new lawsuit.
Local Jury Awards Woman Over $110M in Baby Powder CaseThe jury ruling Thursday night for 62-year-old Lois Slemp, of Wise, Virginia, comes after three previous St. Louis juries awarded a total of $197 million to plaintiffs who made similar claims.
Passenger Who Was Dragged Off Jetliner Settles With UnitedThe deal came less than three weeks after the episode and before Dao had even sued.

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