Both St. Louis County and the Railway & Locomotive Historical Society's Lackawanna Chapter, based in Washington, N.J., claim ownership of the 104-year-old engine No. 952 in the long-running case.
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Almost 17 years after Herbert Smulls was convicted of first-degree murder it looks as if his case is coming to an end. On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court said it won’t review Smulls’ claims that he is entitled to another ...Read More »
A man sentenced to death for murdering his ex-girlfriend did not get any relief from the U.S. Supreme Court, which on Monday said it would not review his appeal. A St. Louis County jury convicted Scott McLaughlin of first-degree murder ...Read More »
A St. Louis County judge has increased a $4.9 million jury verdict to a printing company’s minority shareholder to more than $5.6 million. A jury on March 20 awarded $1.9 million in compensatory damages and $3 million in punitive to ...Read More »
Nearly 17 years ago, Kenneth Baumruk shot and killed his wife in a St. Louis County courtroom during a divorce hearing. On Tuesday, the Missouri Supreme Court affirmed the conviction and death sentence imposed after Baumruk’s second trial. Baumruk also ...Read More »
Customers typically assume that if they pay more for their food, they’ll receive better, higher-quality service. But as two lawsuits filed this month in St. Louis County illustrate, instances of food mishaps can happen anywhere, on both the lower end ...Read More »
A St. Louis County judge denied a plaintiff’s demand for alleged negligent care by her doctor. Sherry Deien was treated by defendant Dr. Joseph R. Ritchie, an orthopedic surgeon at Orthopedic Specialists in St. Louis, for a partial knee replacement. ...Read More »