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A judge has dismissed the lawsuit challenging a Missouri law that requires voters to show a government-issued ID. Cole County Judge Jon Beetem’s order on Wednesday means that voters without a photo … more
Hearings are again on hold in the state of Missouri’s effort to shut down a Christian boarding school whose staff members have been accused of abuse by numerous current and former students. Cedar … more
St. Louis Today. October 4, 2022. Editorial: Story of nonprofit contract highlights Missouri’s lack of transparency Under Missouri’s Sunshine Law, state records are supposed to be … more
The unusually low water level in the lower Mississippi River is causing barges to get stuck in the mud and sand. That's resulting in delays for shippers, recreational boaters and even passengers on a … more
Kansas City Star. October 3, 2022. Editorial: Questions in murder case shows need for eyewitness identification reform in Missouri. Nathan Hawkins has never denied fatally shooting Eric … more
Planned Parenthood officials have announced plans for a mobile abortion clinic, a 37-foot RV that will stay in Illinois but travel close to the borders of adjoining states that have banned abortions … more
The Missouri Supreme Court has set a January execution date for Scott McLaughlin, who was convicted of raping and killing an ex-girlfriend 19 years ago. The execution at the state prison in Bonne … more
States are spending billions of dollars of federal pandemic relief funds on infrastructure projects such as roads, bridges and public buildings. The American Rescue Plan law signed by President Joe … more
Clergy in 33 states are exempt from laws requiring professionals such as teachers, physicians and psychotherapists to report information about alleged child abuse to police or child welfare … more
A Missouri judge on Tuesday allowed a Christian boarding school to remain open for now, scheduling two days of hearings in October to determine its fate after multiple current and former students … more
Kansas City Star. September 21, 2022. Editorial: Roy Blunt, the nation needs your help to prevent the next Jan. 6 before it happens On Jan. 6, 2021, insurrectionists at the U.S. Capitol, … more
The speaker of the Missouri House is urging the U.S. attorney in Kansas City to shut down Agape Boarding School, accusing the Christian school of “what amounts to organized crime against … more
BNSF Railway says in a federal lawsuit that victims of an Amtrak derailment in Missouri should be required to seek settlements through arbitration, rather than filing lawsuits. Four people died and … more
St. Louis Post-Dispatch. September 18, 2022. Editorial: Teaching students to scrutinize online fact from fiction A new Illinois law allows high schools to teach media literacy to students in … more
Today in History Today is Monday, Sept. 26, the 269th day of 2022. There are 96 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On Sept. 26, 1960, the first-ever debate between … 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
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
Kansas City Star. September 1, 2022. Editorial: Hey Kansas Chiefs fans: Will you be more concerned about your bets than the team now? Kansas formally enters the sports wagering world … more
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has filed an open records request seeking emails between two journalism professors and a fact-checking organization. Schmitt's office is seeking three years of … more
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