A St. Louis Post-Dispatch journalist found 100,000 Social Security numbers exposed in a government website, and reported the flaw to the government.
Ernest Lee Johnson is set to be executed in Missouri Tuesday evening. Civil rights advocates are saying it’s unconstitutional and cruel.
Everyone who attended a city council meeting in Missouri, where a mask mandate was voted down, has potentially been exposed to COVID.
Derontae Martin’s family has insisted the 19-year-old did not die by suicide. A jury just agreed with them.
Kevin Strickland and Lamar Johnson were convicted of murder years ago, but prosecutors have since agreed that was a mistake.
The St. Louis attorney who waved a rifle at protesters walking past his house pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor.
“As a parent, the one thing we cannot do, the one thing, is silence our child’s spirit,” Brandon Boulware told the Missouri state Legislature.
In states without Medicaid expansion, it can be virtually impossible to qualify for the program unless you’re pregnant, an extremely low-income parent, or deeply ill and disabled.
As state moratoriums on evictions expire, activists are attempting to physically block court evictions across the country.
The ruling was a “vindication” for Planned Parenthood and its patients, but medically unnecessary requirements still make it very difficult to access abortion care in the state.
The cost of meat is going up as the pandemic rages on, but who should foot the bill: restaurants or their customers?