Fifteen People Sue Harris-Stowe for DiscriminationA Harris-Stowe spokesperson didn't return our calls for comment.
Judge Declines to Issue Order Barring Greitens' Texting AppBeetem set a hearing for further arguments in March, acknowledging there are "open questions.''
Report: Lawsuit Alleges Cardinals Pitcher Martinez Part of Group That Robbed, Beat ManSt. Louis Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez is facing a lawsuit that says he was part of a group that robbed a man outside a strip club in 2014.
County Council Looks at Document Shredding PoliciesAfter Missouri's attorney general sued St. Louis county executive Steve Stenger for violating the state's open-records law, council members now want a moratorium on shredding.
Former Adjunct Professor Slammed to the Ground Sues STLCCA former St. Louis Community College adjunct professor who was taken to the ground by a police officer during an October board meeting is suing the college.
Appeals Court: Rams Lawsuit Still Headed To TrialAn appeals court upholds a lower court ruling -- the St. Louis region's lawsuit against the Rams and the NFL is still going to trial.
Lawsuit: Rauner Met About Investments While In OfficeThe lawsuit filed in Cook County centers on a settlement the former venture capitalist reached with ex-investment partner.
Sunshine Law Lawsuit Filed Against County Executive's OfficeA lawsuit filed by Missouri's Attorney General accuses St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger's staff of a pattern of breaking the Sunshine Law.
WATCH: Fisherman Captures Destruction Of His Boat By Distracted BoaterAn Oregon fisherman, whose dramatic escape from an oncoming motorboat was caught on video, is now suing the boater for $372,500 after allegations claim the driver was talking on a cell phone during the accident.
Steak 'n Shake Sues Employee Over Claim of Worms in MeatThe restaurant chain Steak 'n Shake alleges in a lawsuit that a former suburban St. Louis employee falsely claimed on Facebook that she found worms in a hamburger patty.
Organization Files Lawsuit Against Greitens Over Use of AppThe Confide app deletes text messages and prevents recipients from saving, forwarding, printing or taking screenshots of messages.
Official Offers No Comment on Gun Background Check LawsuitA Pentagon official says he can't comment on a lawsuit filed by three large U.S. cities that says the military failed to properly use the national background check system for guns.

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