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A former star of a reality TV show based in St. Louis has been convicted of arranging the killing of his nephew. A federal jury on Friday found  James “Tim” Norman guilty in the March 2016 death … more
Officials say a ferry that carries vehicles across the Mississippi River between Kentucky and Missouri has closed temporarily due to low water levels. The Kentucky Transportation Department said in a … more
A Missouri woman who was acquitted of killing her daughter but convicted of abandoning the girl's corpse will soon be freed from prison. Rebecca Ruud was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison. … more
Missouri lawmakers are weighing different options to cut income taxes during a special legislative session. There's no agreement yet. The Republican-led Senate on Thursday adjourned until Monday. … more
A former Kansas City, Kansas, police detective who has long been accused of sexually preying on Black women has been indicted on federal charges accusing him of using his position to sexually abuse … more
Civil rights advocates in St. Louis are demanding an investigation into the conditions at the city jail, where six detainees have died since April. A coalition made up of the ArchCity Defenders law … more
Missouri lawmakers are back in the Capitol to work on tax cuts. Legislators started a special session to slash taxes Wednesday. Republican Gov. Mike Parson is asking lawmakers to cut the top income … more
Wisconsin voters with disabilities are celebrating a win after a federal judge, citing the Voting Rights Act, ruled that they may get assistance returning their ballots. Several voters sued after a … more
A former reality TV star from St. Louis testified that he had nothing to do with his nephew's murder. James “Tim” Norman is accused of arranging the death of 21-year-old Andre Montgomery on March … more
The Missouri Supreme Court won't take up a lawsuit challenging a ballot proposal to legalize recreational marijuana. Supreme Court judges on Tuesday refused to take up a case seeking to knock the … more
Relatives of a 16-year-old who was fatally shot by St. Louis detectives are disputing the police account of the incident. Darryl Ross was shot Sunday night. Two detectives said they spotted several … more
Kansas City Star. September 12, 2022. Editorial: Missouri man committed a horrific crime. But execution is not justice — it’s cruelty Little evidence suggests Missouri Gov. Mike Parson … more
A judge has ruled that a Christian boarding school in southwestern Missouri can remain open despite the state attorney general alleging a “dark pattern of behavior.” Judge David Munton’s ruling … more
St. Louis police officers have fatally shot a 16-year-old who was allegedly reaching for a gun. Darryl Ross was shot just after 11:30 p.m. Sunday at a gas station on the city’s north side. Ross is … more
A Missouri judge has ruled that voters will decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana during the Nov. 8 election. Cole County Circuit Judge Cotton Walker on Friday tossed out a lawsuit that … more
Lawyers for a Missouri woman suing to block a recreational marijuana ballot measure are panning the top state election official’s involvement. Cole County Circuit Judge Cotton Walker on Thursday … more
The judge in the child custody case involving former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has ruled that it should move to Texas because his two sons now spend most of their time there, and to better protect … more
The Northern AZ Officer Involved Shooting Team is investigating the fatal shooting of a man who allegedly robbed a gas station store in Flagstaff and threatened people with a weapon. Flagstaff police … more
A Missouri boarding school already under scrutiny amid physical and sexual abuse allegations may soon be shut down, following a judge’s ruling. Cedar County Circuit Judge David Munton signed an … more
St. Louis police shot and killed a 61-year-old Sudanese refugee when he reportedly lunged at an officer with a knife after a long standoff. Police Lt. John Greene said officers were attempting to … more
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