Mo. Governor Takes to Facebook to Build Budget SupportEarlier this week, Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway compared Greitens budget to "a payday loan scheme,"
Missouri Man Admits Widespread Counterfeit SchemeA southern Missouri man was sentenced to 2.5 years in prison without parole for a counterfeiting $100 bills that he used at businesses across the country.
Missouri Woman Convicted in Bank Fraud SchemeFederal prosecutors say 65-year-old Carol Joyce Noble, of Carrollton, was found guilty Tuesday of two counts of bank fraud.
Bosnian Woman May Plead in Terror Support CaseGroup of six Bosnian defendants allegedly helped overseas terrorists.
Man Charged with Hidden Camera Scheme at Mid Rivers Mall20 or more women could be victims of a hidden camera scheme at Mid Rivers Mall
City Health Inspector Indicted for BriberyFederal prosecutors say a St. Louis city health inspector has been indicted in a kickback scheme.
Three Men Charged with LA-to-St. Louis Drug Flight SchemeAn airline clerk and two other men have been charged with a scheme to ship drugs from Los Angeles to the St. Louis area aboard commercial airlines.
FTC Announces Settlement in Payday Lending SchemeOperators of a Kansas City-area based payday lending scheme would be banned from offering loans under a settlement that also would wipe away outstanding consumer debts.
Lawsuit: St. Louis Suburb's Courts Violate Rights of PoorA federal lawsuit accused the city of St. Ann of often unconstitutionally jailing homeless persons.
Army Referral Scheme Makes Couple MillionairesThe scheme, perpetrated by a retired Army sergeant and his wife, used a website to gather names of individuals interested in joining the Army. The couple then submitted those names to the Army, earning them a cash bonus for each recruit they “referred.”
Four Russian Nationals Indicted on Fraud ChargesFour Russian nationals have been indicted for conspiring to travel from Russia to casinos across the United States, including several local casinos, to cheat at particular slot games using electronic devices.
Jesse Jackson Jr. Pleads Guilty in Campaign CaseBefore entering the plea to a conspiracy charge, Jesse Jackson told U.S. District Judge Robert L. Wilkins, ``I've never been more clear in my life'' in his decision to plead guilty.