Jackson County will no longer prosecute marijuana cases

With the legalization of medical marijuana by Missouri voters, Jackson County will no longer institute legal proceedings in marijuana possession cases, with some exceptions, the...

Jackson County Corrections director defends new security measures as female attorneys allege ‘undue,’ disparate...

New metal detectors at a Kansas City detention center are hindering female attorneys from being able to do their jobs, several lawyers have said....

Tesla wins stay on appeals court case

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Tesla got a temporary victory in its legal fight with the Missouri Automobile Dealers Association when the Kansas City Appeals...

Missouri Supreme Court rules against public defender protest

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The Missouri Supreme Court ruled Wednesday afternoon that public defenders will need to have the approval of a circuit court...

World Wide Technology challenging Missouri in court on loss of large state contract

JEFFERSON CITY,  Mo. – A St. Louis-based technology company is alleging Missouri’s Office of Administration (OA) used an unlawful, arbitrary, and unfair scoring method...

No video cameras in the courtroom for Greitens’ trial

ST. LOUIS – No video cameras will be allowed in the courtroom during the trial of Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, per a ruling by Circuit...

Legal battle over lieutenant governor appointment lands in court next week

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A lawsuit that could decide whether Governor Mike Parson has the legal authority to appoint a replacement lieutenant governor is...
Clean Missouri turns in signatures for initiative petition (ALISHA SHURR/THE MISSOURI TIMES).

Oral arguments set for Thursday in Clean Missouri appeal

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — With absentee ballots set to start going out in little more than a week, it’s little surprise that the appeal...

Court preliminarily halts feedlot expansion near Powell Gardens

Valley Oaks Steak Company’s plans to expand their cattle feedlot operation near Powell Gardens has hit another snag as local court issues a preliminary...

Missouri’s high court upholds Wright-Jones’ ethic violation fees

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Ethics Commission was within constitutional bounds when imposing nearly $230,000 in fees for ethics violations against a former...

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