West Lake Landfill owner wants drug manufacturer on hook for part of cleanup

ST. LOUIS — The owners of the West Lake Landfill are suing a drug manufacturer that processed uranium for the Manhattan Project to help...

Judge clarifies decision on voting requirements, says no sworn statements required

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Aiming to lessen the confusion regarding the requirements to vote in Missouri’s general election, a judge has said that those...

Missouri files brief supporting Arizona’s ban on businesses that boycott Israel

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri, along with eight other states, filed a brief in federal court supporting Arizona's law that prohibits the State from entering...

State seeks emergency stay on voter ID law ruling

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The procedures for casting a ballot in November are up in the air as the state asks for an emergency...

Unions file lawsuit challenging overhaul of state’s merit system

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A coalition of labor unions representing state workers is seeking to have a court block a new state law that...

Judge orders injunction against portions of Missouri’s voter ID law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A judge has ordered that the State of Missouri cease disturbing materials that could "mislead" voters to believing photo identification...

Hanaway seeks dismissal of lawsuit against A New Missouri, says Gross ‘has no skin...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Attorneys for a nonprofit group allied with former-Gov. Eric Greitens are seeking to squash a lawsuit seeking records of their...

Federal court declines to issue injunction requested by Planned Parenthood

State Law requiring hospital privileges for physicians performing abortions remains in place (JEFFERSON CITY, MO) - The United States District Court for the Western District...

Court denies NFL, Rams & Kroenke’s attempt for arbitration, saying they cannot “ignore what...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – St. Louis’ sentiments to the NFL and the Rams have not changed since the team departed the Arch City for...

Abortions at Columbia Planned Parenthood could soon end if judge doesn’t issue stay

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri could see the number of facilities offering abortion services drop to just one if a state law is enforced. The...

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