JeffCo. Police Stop Car of Alleged Illegal ImmigrantsJefferson County authorities have arrested five people they believe are illegal immigrants.
Police Chief Banned from His Own TownThe police chief of a small Missouri boot-heel town has been banned from entering the town, carrying a weapon or being out at night.
Rauner Goes to Court Over Comptroller Paycheck HandlingThe lawsuit filed Monday in St. Clair County Circuit Court says Democratic Comptroller Suzanna Mendoza is violating a 2015 court order.
After Residency Dispute, Hawley Rents Capital City ApartmentDemocrats had raised the issue after Hawley, a Republican, took office in January.
Judge Rules Ameren Missouri Plant Violates Clean Air ActU.S. District Judge Rodney Sippel's ruling Monday could require St. Louis-based Ameren to install additional pollution control equipment at the Rush Island power plant in Jefferson County.
Missouri Roofing Company Cited in Heat Death of WorkerA spokesman says the company's working with OSHA in the investigation.
Al-Jazeera Reporters Claim Mistreatment in FergusonThree journalists who reported on the 2014 Ferguson riots for Al-Jazeera America have filed a lawsuit accusing police officers of violating their rights.
Judge Rules Missouri Must Name Source of Execution Drug A Missouri judge has ruled that the state must reveal the source of the drug it uses to execute prisoners, finding that the state's Department of Corrections ``knowingly violated'' Missouri's open records law.
New Illinois Law Imposes Fine For Minors With E-CigsIllinois law already prohibits selling e-cigarettes to anyone under 18.
Missouri High Court Weighs Sex Abuse Suit Against Boy ScoutsThe 35-year-old man, who is referred to in case documents only as John Doe, alleges that his scoutmaster sexually abused and battered him starting when he was about 12 years old in 1992 and that it continued until 1997.
St. Louis Co. Charged with OSHA Violation that Caused Worker's DeathAccording to U.S. District Court out of Kansas City, 22-year-old Eric Roach fell 30 feet while loading roofing materials on the top of a building. He was not using fall protection equipment.
Q&A: The Latest Developments in the Dennis Hastert CaseFormer House Speaker Dennis Hastert pleaded guilty Wednesday in his hush-money case a move that sealed the downfall of a politician who rose from obscurity in rural Illinois to the third-highest office in the nation.