Day: May 7, 2018

Clayton Board of Aldermen to hear legislation to enhance safety in city and amend ordinances

The Clayton Board of Aldermen is set to consider a number of pieces of legislation that would enhance safety in the city and amend a few ordinances already in place. In their regularly scheduled bi-weekly meeting Tuesday, the board will consider approving a contract with St. Louis County due to the transition and implementation of the Next Generation 9-1-1 Service. In 1979, St. Louis County entered into cooperative contracts with various governmental entities participating in […]

Judge will not strike testimony of Greitens’ former lover

By Ben Striker & Brian Robbins The judge presiding over the criminal invasion of privacy case against Governor Eric Greitens said Monday he would not strike testimony from the woman accusing him of taking a picture of her bound and partially nude without her consent. The defense sought to suppress the testimony given by K.S., the woman at the center of the case, since she was interviewed by William Don Tisaby, the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s […]

RELEASE: 2018 Cardinals Hall of Fame Class announced

Five-time 20-20 member Ray Lankford & two-time All-Star speedster Vince Coleman voted in by fans, 11-year starting pitcher and two-time World Champion Harry “The Cat” Brecheen also to be enshrined. In a television special on FOX Sports Midwest this evening, the St. Louis Cardinals announced that Ray Lankford, Vince Coleman and Harry Brecheen will be inducted into the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame presented by Edward Jones on Saturday, August 18, at FOX Sports Midwest […]

RELEASE: Missouri law enforcement community honors state’s officers who made ultimate sacrifice

Names of 2 officers killed in the line of duty in 2017 are added to Law Enforcement Memorial, along with 2 fallen officers from past years JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Two Missouri police officers and two sheriff’s deputies who died in the line of duty in between 1917 and 2017 were honored today during Missouri’s annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service for those who have paid the ultimate price for their service protecting their fellow Missourians. […]

Washington University looking into how Greitens used grant funds

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Testimony in the House committee’s investigation is causing a private university to look into how Gov. Eric Greitens used grant money he was awarded. Washington University in St. Louis became aware of the potential misuses of fund following the public release of the second report from the House Special Investigative Committee on Oversight along with hundreds of pages of source documents and testimony. Former Greitens aide Danny Laub told the Attorney […]

RELEASE: Trial lawyer and former federal Judge Stephen Limbaugh earns ICON Award

Armstrong Teasdale, a law firm with offices across the United States, proudly announces that senior counsel Stephen N. Limbaugh Sr. has been recognized with a Missouri Lawyers Weekly ICON Award. The inaugural awards honor 25 attorneys over the age of 60 for their distinguished careers and notable contributions to the Missouri legal community. According to Missouri Lawyers Weekly, “The list of 2018 honorees includes judges, founding partners, mediators, a former U.S. Senator and legal scholars.” […]