Temporary restraining order effective only 15 days from Nov. 25
Barnes: No raises for legislators while state employee wages lag
State Rep. Jay Barnes has promised to introduce a resolution to block proposed raises for lawmakers and statewide elected officials, calling it "an insult" to state employees who've received only modest raises in recent years.
Missouri voters need to know more about the judges they vote on, Supreme Court Judge George Draper III said Friday — and the Missouri Bar should be involved in that education effort.
All of Missouri is covered by Gov. Jay Nixon’s Monday order declaring a state of emergency exists because of possible protests about a St. Louis County grand jury’s decision — or a U.S. Justice Department decision — in their separate investigations of last summer’s killing of Ferguson teenager Michael Brown.
Some of Lincoln University’s “best” new students soon could find themselves sharing space on the same floor of the same residence hall.
Getting more students to attend Lincoln University is a goal that can bring many benefits, President Kevin Rome said last week.
A unanimous Missouri Supreme Court ruled this week that a man who slammed his hand against the counter during a bank robbery made enough of a threat to meet the state law’s definition of second-degree robbery.
Lincoln University’s financial operations are sound. The Springfield accounting firm Baird, Kurtz and Dobson reported that finding this week in its annual audit.
Missouri owes Zachary Snyder’s children $1 million — and it should be required to pay now, an attorney told a three-judge Missouri appeals court panel Thursday afternoon.
Before explaining its legal case to the three-judge appeals court panel visiting at Lincoln University Thursday afternoon, SSM Health attorney Kevin M. Leahy explained the basic case to students and faculty in the audience.