Missouri Governor Pardons Clergy Who Protested for Medicaid Nixon's office said the other six people did not seek clemency.
No Jail Time for Missouri Capitol Clergy ProtestTwenty-two religious leaders were spared from jail Thursday but still could face fines after being convicted of trespassing during protests in the Missouri Senate.
Case Against Capitol Protesters Moves Forward in MissouriProsecutors are moving forward with a case against 23 clergy members arrested after participating in a Missouri Senate protest.
Budweiser Trespasser Charged With Having Drugs at the TimeAs Bud Weisser was being searched, a bag containing "numerous tablets" and "white powdery crystals" fell out of his pants leg.
Man Named Bud Weisser Arrested at Brewery in St. LouisPolice say in a news release that officers were called after security officers told him to leave and Weisser resisted arrest.
Woman Opposed to Amendment One Arrested, Others Ejected from Fair A person opposed to Amendment One was arrested at the Ozark Empire Fair in Southwest Missouri, and others wearing "vote no" T-shirts were ejected.
Mo. Hunters Allowed to Trespass to Retrieve Hunting DogsMissouri hunters would be allowed to trespass to retrieve their hunting dogs under a measure presented to a legislative committee.
Trespassing Arrests At Wrigley FieldA Cubs spokesman says men may have been wanting to steal some of the famous ivy.
Drunk Couple Charged with Trespassing after Lunchtime Skinny DipPolice say the pair was swimming in clear view of children.
Parent Arrested At Miles Davis School For Throwing "Tantrum"Man fought with officers who responded to the scene.
Ballwin Man Breaks in to Home, Eats Bowl of CerealCaptain Jerry Paul says at first homeowner, Michael Scales thought the man was one of his son's friends.

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