Discrimination Against Nixon Delayed as More Cases SurfaceA judge this week decided to postpone the trial until late February, after Nixon leaves office. Nixon, a Democrat, can't run for re-election this year because of term limits.
Defense Chief: 9/11 Bill Could Be Devastating to U.S. MilitaryLegislation that would allow the families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia for allegedly backing the terrorists who carried out the attacks could be devastating to the U.S. military.
LA Rams Owe STL Personal Seat License Owners MoneyDespite the team's move to Los Angeles, they owe some St. Louis PSL owners season tickets or a refund.
Rodney Hubbard Accused of Election FraudBoth Rodney and Penny Hubbard are under suspicion of misusing absentee ballots during their respective primaries.
What's the Dakota Access Oil Pipeline?A federal judge will rule on the Standing Rock Sioux tribe's lawsuit that challenges federal permits for the four-state, $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline.
ACLU Suing Kansas City Public Schools for Handcuffing BoyThe boy sat with his hands behind his back for 10 to 15 minutes until his father came to pick him up.
Woman Wins Needle-In-Back LawsuitSt. Louis County jury sides with plaintiff Claudia Ball in medical malpractice case
Illinois Agrees to $450,000 Settlement in Prison Rape SuitHe says prison officials punished and humiliated him after he reported his cellmate raped him.
Reporter Sues Over Missouri's Picks of Execution WitnessesAn online reporter whose stories have been critical of Missouri's death penalty procedures alleges in a federal lawsuit that he's wrongly been excluded from being an execution witness.
Environmentalists Win Lawsuit Against Peoria-Area Coal PlantA federal judge has ruled Illinois Power Resources Generating LLC must work to clean emissions from the E.D. Edwards power plant.
SNAP Ordered to Pay Legal Fees for Catholic Priest in Sexual Abuse CaseOrdered to help pay the legal fees of a Catholic priest who accuses SNAP of conspiring to ruin his reputation.
Illinois Governor Vetoes Prison Room and Board LawsuitThey proposed the legislation saying the practice is unfair, overly punitive and Illinois collects less from the lawsuits than it costs to pursue them.