Michael A. Wolff is bringing an establishment voice to an insurgent movement.Read More »
Missouri lawmakers set out in 2017 to prevent plaintiffs from winning “phantom damages” at trial. They didn’t get there, according to a ruling the Missouri Court of Appeals. The Eastern District held that an amendment to the so-called “collateral source” ...Read More »
Health officials suspect that a suburban St. Louis hotel’s water supply may be to blame after two unrelated guests were diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said late Wedneday that it and the U.S. ...Read More »
A Missouri farmer and businessman ripped off consumers nationwide by falsely marketing more than $140 million worth of corn, soybeans and wheat as certified organic grains, federal prosecutors said Wednesday. The long-running fraud scheme outlined in court documents by prosecutors ...
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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said Wednesday that he is appointing the chairman of the House Budget Committee to serve as the next state treasurer, adding another link to a chain-reaction of office shuffling among Missouri’s top elected officials. Republican Rep. ...Read More »
A for-profit college that operates several midwestern campuses has suddenly closed, citing mounting financial problems. Vatterott Education Centers closed on Monday. In a letter to students, the suburban St. Louis-based college cited a U.S. Department of Education decision to limit ...
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