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The Latest: Schmitt withdraws First Amendment motion
The Latest: Schmitt withdraws First Amendment motion

The Latest on Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt arguing the First Amendment allows him to withhold some public records in a lawsuit (all times local):

News Minute: Here is the latest Kansas news from The Associated Press at 3:40 p.m. CDT

News Minute: Here is the latest Kansas news from The Associated Press at 3:40 p.m. CDT

Federal authorities are conducting an investigation at a research facility on the University of Kansas campus in Lawrence. FBI spokeswoman Bridget Patton confirmed the FBI and Lawrence police were at the Life Sciences...

Proposed settlement in lawsuit over Rams merchandise gets OK

Proposed settlement in lawsuit over Rams merchandise gets OK

A proposed settlement would give St. Louis Rams fans a 25% refund on years of tickets and merchandise they bought before the team announced it was moving to Los Angeles.

Man implicated in missing brothers case charged in Kansas

Man implicated in missing brothers case charged in Kansas

A man charged with tampering with a vehicle owned by two missing Wisconsin brothers is facing new charges in Kansas.

Missouri cites economy, eligibility checks for Medicaid drop

Missouri cites economy, eligibility checks for Medicaid drop

State officials say an improving economy is one of several factors that led to close to 90,000 children being dropped from Missouri's Medicaid health insurance program.

Councilwoman sworn into office using a Dr. Seuss book

Councilwoman sworn into office using a Dr. Seuss book

A newly elected St. Louis County councilwoman has been sworn into office using a Dr. Seuss book.

Schmitt cites First Amendment to withhold records in lawsuit

Schmitt cites First Amendment to withhold records in lawsuit

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is arguing in a lawsuit that the First Amendment allows him to withhold some records requested by the opposing attorney.

Inmate who absconded from fair work detail found unconscious

Inmate who absconded from fair work detail found unconscious

Authorities say an inmate who walked away from a work detail at the Missouri State Fair has been found unconscious.

Officer accused of misconduct before gas station beating

Officer accused of misconduct before gas station beating

Records show that a St. Louis police officer who is under investigation in the beating of another man at a gas station has previously been accused of using excessive force.

Man wounded after accidentally entering wrong apartment

Man wounded after accidentally entering wrong apartment

Authorities say a man was shot and wounded when he accidentally tried to enter the wrong apartment in suburban St. Louis.

Suit: Catholic school fired unwed teacher for being pregnant

Suit: Catholic school fired unwed teacher for being pregnant

A former teacher at a Catholic school in Kansas City alleges in a lawsuit that she was fired because she was pregnant and unmarried.

Feedlot closes after controversy over expansion plans

Feedlot closes after controversy over expansion plans

A northwest Missouri cattle feedlot that sought to greatly expand its operations is closing after more than a year of fighting opponents, including a nearby botanical garden.

Kansas City T-Bones team evicted from Kansas stadium

Kansas City T-Bones team evicted from Kansas stadium

The struggling Kansas City T-Bones baseball team is being evicted from its stadium in Kansas because of unpaid debts.

Death penalty to be pursued in Springfield triple killing

Death penalty to be pursued in Springfield triple killing

Greene County prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty for a 24-year-old man accused of killing three people in Springfield.

Parents of 2 killed during police chase settle lawsuit

Parents of 2 killed during police chase settle lawsuit

The parents or two men killed during a police chase in 2014 have settled lawsuits against the city of Pevely for a total of $347,500.

Missouri Southern president to retire at end of school year

Missouri Southern president to retire at end of school year

The president of Missouri Southern State University plans to retire after this academic year.

Trial over new Missouri voter photo ID law begins

Trial over new Missouri voter photo ID law begins

A trial over whether election officials are doing enough to help voters navigate Missouri's new voter photo identification law has begun.