Parson fills judicial vacancy on 7th, 21st circuits with O’Hara, Lay

On Monday, Gov. Mike Parson filled two associated circuit judge vacancies on opposite sides of the state. For the Seventh Judicial Circuit, Alisha O’Hara will...

Bill moving impeachment trials to Senate advances to House

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Legislation shifting impeachment hearings from the Missouri Supreme Court to the state Senate advanced Thursday. With a vote of 25-8,...

Missouri Supreme Court rules those unable to pay jail debts cannot be sent back...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In a unanimous decision, the Missouri Supreme Court ruled courts cannot threaten people with additional prison time who are unable...

Bill moving impeachment trials to Senate causes consternation among some lawmakers

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A bill shifting impeachment hearings from the Missouri Supreme Court to the state Senate caused quite the kerfuffle Monday night,...

Judges temporarily halts ‘paycheck protection law,’ merit system overhaul

ST. LOUIS COUNTY — Two laws passed last year by the Missouri General Assembly and signed by then-Gov. Eric Greitens, hav been halted from...

Beetem takes Confide lawsuit under advisement

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Cole County Circuit Judge Jon Beetem heard motions in the Confide lawsuit over the use of deceptive communication applications by...

Missouri Supreme Court rules affirms prohibition of LGBTQ employment discrimination

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Supreme Court has affirmed that Missouri law prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of an employee’s failure to conform to...

Judge denies injunction to Planned Parenthood

Missouri pro-life advocates won another victory on Friday when a federal judge again  denied a nonprofit health care facility's request to resume abortions services. Federal...

DOR proposes $263k net reduction to department budget

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Revenue did their budget proposal differently this year by starting from scratch. Touting the Department’s commitment...

KC attorney joins redistricting fight in SCOTUS

Two Missouri attorneys have joined the redistricting fight in the nation’s high court arguing that political parties should not be a protected class. Eddie Greim...

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