Execution Date Set for Missouri Inmate With Rare ConditionRussell Bucklew narrowly escaped execution three years ago because of a rare medical condition that created the risk of suffering during the execution process.
Public Defenders: Too Many Cases Presents Ethical DilemmaDilemma: Take on too many cases and risk losing their law license to an ethics complaint, or refuse to take on an excessive workload and risk being held in contempt of court and jailed.
Ruling Means Rams May Owe $352,000 to State of MissouriThe Rams are long gone from St. Louis, but they still may owe more than $350,000 in taxes to the state of Missouri.
St. Louis' City Minimum Wage May Rise as Early as Next WeekMayor Lyda Krewson calls the increase "good for our city's economy'' and "a win for our city's working families.''
Local Business Owner Speaks on St. Louis' Minimum Wage HikeCrown Candy Kitchen owner Andy Karandzieff says some are suggesting he raise prices to pay employees more.
Missouri Supreme Court Says St. Louis Can Raise Minimum WageThe ruling Tuesday says a 1998 law prohibiting some cities from creating their own minimum wages is unconstitutional because it was passed as part of a bill with a different subject matter.
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.

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