Nixon Signs Bill For More Access To Anti-Overdose MedicineResidents soon will be able to carry medicine to counter heroin overdoses without a prescription under a new law signed Tuesday by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon.
West Lake Landfill Critic "Livid" Over Just-Released EPA StudyReport critical of EPA's handling of the radioactive waste site was written three years ago.
Circuit Attorney Warns of Rise in Witness TamperingThe city prosecutor is fighting a judge's order to turn over the names and addresses of witnesses in 172 criminal cases to the public defender.
Missouri House Passes Legislation to Protect AirbnbBlue Springs Republican Rep. Sheila Solon says the measure would take away local control.
Religious GOP Lawmaker Explains Why He Voted Against SJR39There are procedural moves that could revive the proposal.
Facebook to Begin Testing 'Breakup Protection'Facebook will begin testing the breakup protection on mobile devices in the U.S. before deciding whether to offer it to all of its 1.5 billion accountholders worldwide.
Some STL County Fire Depts. Fail Required Response TimeBetter Together says the work of 43 different fire departments poses a "significant risk to the region."
Missouri Auditor Investigates School's Cyber SecurityThe state's auditor says in the past 10 years more than 250 schools have had a data breach or compromise, several of those in Missouri.
Ashcroft Challenges Democrat Robin Smith to Debate on Voter ID Proposal Secretary of State candidate Jay Ashcroft, R-St. Louis, challenged Democrat Secretary of State candidate Robin Smith to a debate on the merits of a constitutional amendment that Ashcroft has filed that would allow for the implementation of a photo voter ID law for Missouri.
Astros GM Luhnow Disputes Details Related to Hacking ProbeHouston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow says the notion that poor password protection is to blame for a computer hack of his team's player database is "absolutely false.''
Federal Probe into SLMPD - Are St. Louis Officers Working for Drug Dealers?KMOX News has learned that at least four - and as many as 25 - city police officers are under investigation. Sources tell us the the probe is centered on whether officers were hired to provide protection for drug dealers.
Wilson No Longer an Officer, But Still Has Security"There's tremendous solidarity in the law enforcement community at a time like this, and, in fact, a time like this makes it even stronger," says the executive director of the National Fraternal Order of Police.

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