Day: April 12, 2018

Greitens blasts Gardner on Twitter claiming she ‘directly contradicted allegations in the House report’

Embattled Missouri Governor Eric Greitens took to Twitter on Thursday accusing St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner from withholding evidence and allowing her lead investigator to lie about it under oath. The governor’s statement comes after a tense hearing on Thursday morning in which his defense team accused Gardner and her team of withholding evidence and “gross misconduct and incompetence.” The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s office said they conducted a two hour videotaped interview with […]

Kinder calls for resignation or impeachment of Governor; Parson calls for the state to ‘move forward’

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Longtime statesman and immediate past lt. governor Peter Kinder has called for the Governor to resign or the House to impeach Gov. Eric Greitens after the release of a House investigation report detailing explicit details of an affair. “As he campaigned for Governor, Eric Greitens decried corruption in our state Capitol and pledged to be the cleansing agent against that corruption, all the while upholding honor, dignity and clean government,” Kinder […]

RELEASE: Cardinals and Cordish Companies reveal model unit and sales center for One Cardinal Way

The St. Louis Cardinals and The Cordish Companies are excited to announce the opening of the model unit and leasing center for One Cardinal Way, the newest addition to the downtown St. Louis skyline. One Cardinal Way is part of the dynamic expansion plan to transform Ballpark Village into a vibrant 24/7 urban neighborhood for downtown St. Louis. In addition to One Cardinal Way, the 700,000 square foot second phase will feature the first Class […]

RELEASE: Children’s Service Fund director to depart, Interim announced

Connie Cunningham, the executive director of the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund, announced today that she will leave the position at the end of the month to pursue other interests. “I am grateful for having had the opportunity to serve the residents and particularly the children of St. Louis County,” Cunningham said. “And I am proud that the St. Louis County Children’sService Fund is in solid financial shape and will be in the hands […]

RELEASE: St. Louis trial lawyer receives 2018 Women’s Justice Award

Armstrong Teasdale, a law firm with offices across the United States, proudly announces that trial lawyer Maureen O. Bryan has earned a 2018 Missouri Lawyers Weekly Women’s Justice Award. Now in its 20th year, the Women’s Justice Awards program celebrates the success of exceptional women in the legal field and honors those who are helping move the needle in their communities. Bryan was selected in the Litigation Practitioner category, which highlights women who have made […]

Greitens defense attorneys accuse Circuit Attorney of withholding evidence, ‘gross misconduct’

In the first hearing since the Missouri House released a scathing report against Governor Eric Greitens, his defense team on Thursday accused St. Louis City Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner of withholding evidence and “gross misconduct and incompetence.” The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s office said they conducted a two hour videotaped interview with the Missouri governor’s former mistress last month. Greitens’ lawyers said they were told the interview, conducted by Don Tisaby, a former FBI agent hired by […]

RELEASE: Parson’s Statement Regarding the House Special Investigative Committee Report of Governor Eric Greitens

(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson released the following statement today regarding the House investigation of Governor Eric Greitens. Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson states, “With the recent events that have distracted our great state, I want to say with all sincerity that it is time to unite and put aside our differences. Over the course of several months, it has been a trying time for many people. My heart goes out to the families involved. […]

Legislators stress need to be involved to medical students

Hundreds of aspiring doctors and doctors in Jefferson City for Missouri Osteopathic Medicine Awareness Day JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — More than 200 osteopathic physicians, medical students, advocates, industry leaders, and lawmakers joined forces in Jefferson City on Wednesday for Missouri Osteopathic Medicine Awareness Day. “We use this day, not only to raise awareness of the profession but to help raise medical student’s awareness of public policy issues and legislative issues that will affect them later in […]

St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund director announces departure

The executive director of the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund (CSF) announced on Wednesday that she will leave her post at the end of April to pursue other career interests. Connie Cunningham, the executive director, who had previously headed the Missouri Family Health Council before working for the county, said she was proud to serve the region and is confident that CSF will be in safe hands after her departure. “I am grateful for having […]

Wagner blasts Greitens, states that he’s unfit to lead Missouri

U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner took to Twitter on Thursday to blast Missouri Governor Eric Greitens following the release of the state’s House report on the governor’s alleged abuse. The congresswoman stated that she believes it was a unfortunate chapter within the state’s history, and that she believes that Greitens is unfit to lead Missouri. “This is a sad chapter in our history that should never have come to pass. Two months ago, after the disturbing […]