GOP Legislative Leaders Call On Missouri Governor To ResignMissouri's top Republican legislative leaders abandoned fellow GOP Gov. Eric Greitens on Tuesday, calling on him to resign instead of continuing to fight allegations that he illegally took advantage of both a charity he founded and a woman with whom he had an affair.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens Facing More Calls To ResignThe developments came a day after a special legislative committee released a graphic report in which a woman testified that Greitens spanked, slapped, grabbed, shoved and threatened her during a series of sexual encounters in 2015
Greitens Wants Criminal Trial Moved Up To April 3Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is expected to ask a judge to move up his criminal trial to start in two weeks, more than a month earlier than scheduled.
Police Sergeant to Testify in ACLU TrialA St. Louis police sergeant who helped shape the department's on-the-ground response to Stockley protesters is scheduled to take the witness stand in federal court.
Wagner Hopes for New Discussions after ProtestsMissouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner says she's fielded many calls from friends on Capitol Hill, as well as constituents and family members, about racial tension escalating since the Jason Stockley "not guilty" decision.
Opposing Lawyers Give Their Take on Stockley EvidenceOne side argues evidence was withheld. The other says you must follow all bits of evidence carefully to see the full picture.
City Sets Up Protest Area as Many Call for Peace MayorKrewson says the city is setting up a protest area in Poelker Park at the corner of Tucker and Market.
Mayor Waits for Stockley VerdictShe can only guess when the judge will announce a verdict in the Jason Stockley case.
Car Drives Through Protesters in KirkwoodProtesters in Kirkwood last night dodged out of the way of a speeding vehicle.
Black Officers Call for Stockley's ConvictionEthical Society of Police says his actions are those of someone who has committed murder.
Gov. Greitens, Police Chief Trying to Soothe Tensions, Meet With Local ClergyActivists have threatened civil disobedience that could include shutting down highways, airports or businesses if Stockley is acquitted in the 2011 death of Anthony Lamar Smith.
Still No Word on Stockley VerdictThe judge who will decide whether a former St. Louis police officer murdered a man in the line of duty is sending no signals about where things stand.

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