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Witt recently lost an almost $1 million legal malpractice case and his law license is in jeopardy, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Wednesday.
When should abortion be legal?
Should we change our lifestyles to help reduce global warming?
A small village in St. Louis County that has been without regular police patrols since this summer may have a glimmer of hope on the horizon.
Seven-thousand square feet of luxury complete with tennis courts, pool, all the bells and whistles, but there's a twist; the home was funded with money from taxpayers' pocket.
The Rams can break their 30-year lease after the 2014 season - a decade early - but have said little about their plans beyond expressing an interest to stay.
Police officers and a citizen tackled two suspects accused of attempting to rob a jewelry store in Ellisville, Mo.
Two men are in custody after allegedly trying to rob a St. Louis County jewelry store, only to have the store owner pull out a pistol and shoot at them.
A woman faces felony charges after police say a north St. Louis County homeowner returned home to find her using the home as her own.
A coalition of medical organizations and health care advocates has sued Missouri over its requirement that only state-licensed counselors can serve as navigators in a program aimed at helping consumers sign up for coverage under the new online health insurance marketplace.
A special legislative session called by Gov. Jay Nixon convened at the Capitol with introduction of legislation in the House and Senate.
Legislatures in Missouri and other states have spent a lot of time in recent years discussing voter ID laws and other ways to make sure ineligible citizens don't cast ballots.
The firefighter was injured when she fell through the floor of a house trying to rescue a fellow firefighter's mother.
A man was shot at a bus stop in north St. Louis County Friday night, according to St. Louis County police.
The Republican governor to the north is proposing that the state step back from its love affair with speed and red-light cameras.