Suit to remove Turk from ballot to be heard Monday afternoon

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Less than a week after Jacob Turk submitted the petitions to put his name into the running for the vacant...

Right-to-work opponents score victory with new court ruling

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Right-to-work opponents can celebrate another victory in their fight to get their referendum on the ballot. The issue concerns the passage...

Missouri Supreme Court upholds most provisions of municipal court reform law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Supreme Court’s latest issued ruling is striking down provisions of a controversial municipal court reform law, SB 5. While...

Powell chosen by Greitens as next Missouri Supreme Court Judge

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Judge W. Brent Powell will soon become Supreme Court Judge W. Brent Powell after being tabbed by Gov. Eric Greitens to...

Court plan likely up for review after latest panel picks

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Appellate Judicial Commission is raising the eyebrows of some on the right at a time when some Republicans question...

Lipman, Hardwick, Powell selected by commission in first round of Supreme Court process

(Featured photo, from left to right: Benjamin Lipman, Lisa Hardwick, W. Brent Powell) JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The seven-person Appellate Judicial Commission narrowed the list...

Court plan at center of determining new Supreme Court judge questioned by some, including...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – On Feb. 28 and March 1, a select group of seven people will determine three candidates from a field of...

Teitelman celebrated at memorial service

ST. LOUIS – Funeral-goers said their final goodbyes to Missouri Supreme Court Judge Richard Teitelman Thursday at Graham Chapel on the Washington University campus,...

Nixon orders flags to half-staff to honor Teitelman

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Gov. Jay Nixon announced late Tuesday that he would order all flags at Missouri courts to half-staff in remembrance of...

Amendment 3 to remain on ballot after unanimous Supreme Court decision

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Supreme Court ruled 7-0 in favor of Amendment 3, allowing the measure to remain on the ballot, in...

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