A federal appeals court in St. Louis has set a September hearing in the case of Russell Bucklew, whose late May execution was delayed by the U.S. Supreme Court hours before he was scheduled to die.
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Sen. Roy Blunt says the Veterans Affairs medical center in Kansas City has been maintaining a secret waiting list of veterans, the latest of several centers around the country to maintain such an unauthorized list.Read More »
A St. Louis man faces up to 10 years in prison and a $2 million fine after pleading guilty to trafficking in counterfeit apparel and electronics.Read More »
A St. Louis judge has blocked the city elections board from presenting voters with a local ballot measure designed to prevent Peabody Energy and companies that do business with the coal producer from earning state tax incentives.Read More »
Some opponents of a Missouri income tax cut say they are weighing whether to pursue a referendum petition that would put the issue before voters.Read More »
A former St. Louis police chemist who says she was fired after complaining about drug testing errors at the city crime lab is facing off against her onetime bosses and co-workers this week at a trial expected to feature some of the department's top commanders as witnesses.
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Attorneys for convicted killer Russell Bucklew are asking a federal court for a stay of execution, citing concerns that lethal injection could cause a painful death because of a rare medical condition.Read More »
An eastern Missouri jury has found a 59-year-old man guilty of second-degree murder in the July 2013 death of a float trip participant who was urinating near his property.Read More »