Man Accused in Second Murder Arrested After Woman's Body Found in LandfillThe suspect, 51-year-old Paulren Stepter, was charged Wednesday with first-degree murder in the death of 23-year-old Brandy Morrison.
Missouri Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Frozen Embryos CaseJasha McQueen says the ruling means Missouri is "no longer a Pro-Life state."
Missouri Judge Suspended Over Dispute With Public DefendersThe court suspended Judge Christina Kunza Mennemeyer without pay for six months starting Feb. 1.
Missouri Supreme Court to Hear Convicted Killer's AppealForty-eight-year-old Robinson of Sikeston was convicted of first-degree murder in 2001 for the August 2000 shooting death of Sheila Box.
Missouri Court Strikes Law Denying Bail to Some ImmigrantsThe ruling comes during a time of heightened attention to immigration issues, as President-elect Donald Trump has pledged to build a wall along the Mexican border and more aggressively enforce the nation's immigration laws.
Missouri's First Legally Blind Supreme Court Judge Teitelman DiesThe first Jewish and legally blind judge on the Missouri Supreme Court has died.
Unprecedented Suit Settled Against Missouri Gun DealerMissouri's Supreme Court rules against a gun dealer who sold a gun to a mentally ill woman.
Missouri High Court Won't Hear Ferguson-Related LawsuitThe Missouri Supreme Court announced in an order obtained by media outlets Friday that it won't hear the matter.
St. Louis Lawyer Disbarred After Misusing Client's MoneyThe Missouri Supreme Court has disbarred a St. Louis attorney accused of misusing $2,500 of his client's money.
Missouri Sets Execution Date For Man Who Killed 3Mark Christeson's lethal injection is the only one docketed among 25 condemned inmates in Missouri.
City Fights State Court on Minimum Wage RequirementsSt. Louis argues before the Missouri Supreme Court that state law does not preclude it from imposing a higher minimum wage.
Some Municipal Courts In St. Louis County Are ConsolidatingThe consolidation of the county's 80 courts was one recommendation from the Ferguson Commission, which studied ways to improve the relationship between residents and the law enforcement community.