Missouri Attorney General Fights Backpage.com LawsuitAttorney General Josh Hawley filed a motion Tuesday against Backpage, saying its lawsuit is frivolous and should be tossed.
Trafficking Charges in Las Vegas Case Not Uncommon The charges that a Las Vegas man forced his wife into prostitution are sadly not uncommon.
Man Accused in Daughter's Death Says She Died AccidentallyQuate, 34, was arrested Tuesday, hours after his wife contacted police in Las Vegas from a woman's shelter and described where authorities could find her daughter's body in Centreville, Illinois.
Missouri Attorney General Acts to Fight Human TraffickingAn anti-trafficking unit composed of local prosecutors and police will enforce the regulations.
Missouri Adds Advertising of Victims to Sex Trafficking Crime BillSupporters of bill 1562 hope that new measures will encourage more victims to come forward.
Phone App Needs Hotel Room Photos to End Sex TraffickingResearchers at Washington University in St. Louis and Exchange Initiative created the app to help federal police.
Missouri Law to Expand Crime of Sex Trafficking to Cover AdsNixon's office said state law currently doesn't comprehensively address advertising someone for sex trafficking.
Man Pleads Guilty in Missouri Sex-Trafficking CaseThirty-five-year-old Kenyata D. Miles pleaded guilty Monday in Jefferson City to a felony count of attempted sex trafficking.
Missouri Still a Hotspot For Human TraffickingJefferson City woman said she was drugged, raped and beaten for three days by a man who she called a 'friend.'
Victims of Sex Trafficking Remain Out of Sight, Out of Mind"Girls are being victimized on a daily basis, recruited on a daily basis."
Mo. Couple Accused of National Sex TraffickingOne of at least five girls says she was enlisted into prostitution in Florida, Texas, New Mexico and Tennessee.
The Covering House is Open For Victims of Sex TraffickingThe first of its kind in Missouri - a long-term care home for teenage girls who are victims of sex trafficking - has opened.