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Court dismisses Time Warner appeal in explosion case

Missouri Court of Appeals Western District, located in Kansas City. Photo by Scott Lauck.

Time Warner Cable does not have standing to challenge a $350,000 arbitration award stemming from the 2013 explosion at JJ’s Restaurant in Kansas City because it was not aggrieved by the arbitration, a Missouri appeal court has ruled. On April ...

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DHSS ordered to pay penalties, fees for Sunshine Law violations


A Cole County judge has ordered the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services to pay $12,000 in penalties and attorneys’ fees after ruling it knowingly and purposefully violated the Sunshine Law by denying a nonprofit group’s records requests. The ...

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Trip at doctor’s office doesn’t get workers’ compensation, Supreme Court rules

Missouri Supreme Court

The Missouri Supreme Court ruled April 14 that a woman who was treated for exposure to ant spray in the workplace, then hurt her knee at the doctor’s office while being treated, doesn’t qualify for workers’ compensation. The unanimous opinion ...

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Second phase of river-flooding trial to go virtual

R. Dan Boulware

After more than a year and a half of postponements, the second-phase trial in a long-running dispute pitting farmers along the Missouri River against the federal government will take place this summer, using a virtual format rather than in person. ...

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