Missouri Lawyers Media has chosen Lyrissa Lidsky, dean of the University of Missouri School of Law and its Judge C.A. Leedy Professor of Law, as its 2020 Woman of the Year. Lidsky, who joined the university in July 2017, is ...Read More »
University of Missouri students still living on campus in Columbia after classes were moved online were told this week to make plans to move out, in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The University of Missouri system announced last week that ...Read More »
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Wednesday announced the first coronavirus death in the state happened in Boone County, without providing further details. Columbia Mayor Brian Treece said the case was travel-related and the individual is the same person who tested ...
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Recent Missouri court decisions have not been kind to former felons seeking the restoration of their gun rights. But a recent change to the state’s expungement law appears to have done the trick, but understanding missouri’s new expungement law is ...Read More »
Concerns about the coronavirus on Wednesday prompted Missouri’s governor to push back local elections for two months, forced the closure of one of the state’s most iconic landmarks, and led St. Louis’ mayor to warn about possible community spread after ...Read More »
Voters in Illinois cast their ballots in Tuesday’s Democratic primary during a pandemic that has stunted travel, closed schools, forced millions of workers to stay home and canceled campaign rallies. Many voters expressed concerns that they or their family members ...Read More »
St. Louis’ Major League Soccer franchise has received $5.7 million in state tax credits to help pay for the construction of a soccer complex on the western edge of downtown. The Missouri Development Finance Board voted unanimously to give the ...
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Joe Biden swept to victory in Florida, Illinois and Arizona, increasingly pulling away with a Democratic presidential primary upended by the coronavirus and building pressure on Bernie Sanders to abandon his campaign. A Sanders spokesman denied a report that the ...Read More »
A clinical lab in Missouri says it has developed a test for the novel coronavirus that is more than 99 percent accurate. KCUR reports that Viracor Eurofins in Lee’s Summit claims it is capable of performing more than 1,000 tests ...Read More »
The fact that a Sedalia man was excluded from his parents’ automobile insurance was not sufficient to establish negligent entrustment in a suit brought against them following a 2014 crash in Ohio, a Missouri appeals court has ruled.Read More »
Gov. Mike Parson has ordered the closure of Missouri’s 13 casinos through March 30 as part of an effort to limit public gatherings in the public health battle against the coronavirus. Meanwhile, some nonviolent jail inmates are being freed to ...Read More »