Four St. Louis Police Officers Suspended Without PayThe department says it found "inconsistencies" in overtime submissions - it's unclear what those are.
Anderson Firing No Surprise, Led Tigers to Worst 3-Year Stretch in Mizzou HistoryKim Anderson won just nine games his first season. He won 10 the next. And his inability to lure top talent from the St. Louis and Kansas City areas made things just as bleak in Year 3.
University of Missouri Deals With Alcohol-Related IncidentsRecords showed six incidents involving an emergency medical response where a student didn't have to be transported to a hospital.
NCAA Accepts Missouri's Sanctions, Adds Year of ProbationThe NCAA infractions committee panel's findings over what it said were roughly $11,400 in improper inducements and benefits given to players and a recruit by two boosters were released Tuesday.
Midwest Grain & Barge Faces Penalty in OSHA ViolationsOSHA has proposed a $42,000 financial penalty against Midwest Grain & Barge and ordered them to fix the violations.
Missouri House Supports Ban on Powdered AlcoholPowdered alcohol can be mixed with water or another liquid to make an alcoholic beverage.
Auditor Finds Sunshine Law Violations in Closed MeetingsAuditor Nicole Galloway said in a statement that the Sunshine Law ``exists to ensure government operates with full accountability and transparency.''
Farmers Insurance settles Missouri no-call lawsuit for $575KCalifornia-based Farmers Insurance has agreed to pay Missouri $575,000 to settle a lawsuit claiming its agents violated state telemarketing laws.
Woman, Son Sue Southeast Missouri Town, Claiming HarassmentA southeast Missouri woman and her son are suing their hometown, the mayor and police, accusing them in federal court of harassment and violating their civil rights.
Municipal Courts Prepare For ReformsJudges, prosecutors, clerks meet to clarify law before reforms go into effect.
Federal Report Faults Police Actions During Ferguson UnrestA Justice Department report summary has found across-the-board flaws in police's response last summer to the protests in Ferguson, including antagonizing crowds and violating free-speech rights.
Missouri Cities Added to Lawsuits Over Traffic Fine RevenuesMore St. Louis County cities are facing a lawsuit from the state attorney general over traffic fine revenues.