Lamar Johnson, who is serving his 25th year in prison, has been absolved of responsibility for a 1994 murder. A circuit judge says it's too late to give him a new trial.
Missouri Cops Used Federal Loophole To Seize $2.6 Million From Drivers Who They Never Charged With Crimes
St. Charles County law enforcement used shady practices to seize motorists' assets without convictions.
Reason previously shared the story of Ricky Kidd's wrongful conviction in April.
People charged—but not convicted—of crimes often have to wait weeks to see a judge if they’re too poor to pay for their freedom.
It will be called the "Missouri Task Force Task Force."
Fellow inmates did more to help ReGina Thurman than her guards and nurses.
Director Penny Lane chronicles the rise of the Satanic Temple, a group that combines theatrical stunts with political activism.
'Some People Might Say That Ricky Fell Through a Crack in the System. This Is Not a Crack. This Is the System.'
Over 23 years ago Missouri’s criminal justice system failed a man charged with murder. This week he’s looking at his last best chance at freedom.
Spoiler alert: They didn't find any.
Class action claim contends 85 percent of people jailed before trial simply cannot afford to pay and aren't offered alternatives.
'Let's Whoop Some Ass': St. Louis Cops Charged With Beating Undercover Detective Posing as Protester
"It's gonna be a lot of fun beating the hell out of these shitheads once the sun goes down and nobody can tell us apart."
How is bleaching food better than letting homeless people eat it?
Voters in Two Deeply Conservative States Look Set to Approve Minimum Wage Increases Next Week. That's a Bad Idea.
Minimum wage ballot initiatives are often good politics, never good policy.
A state law says you can't call it meat unless it's actually beef, pork, or poultry. Critics say the bill violates the First Amendment.
Pro-life and a Democrat? Missouri's Democratic Party isn't interested.
In Poplar Bluff, Missouri, support for Trump's tariffs is about tribalism more than anything else. That's dangerous and scary.
Pagedale, Missouri, will stop trying to fine you for having mismatched curtains or saggy pants.
Government, not private companies, is supposed to provide oversight over police behavior.
And he was just awarded the largest penalty in state history for a public records violation.
The rules' purpose is to "indoctrinate pregnant women into the belief held by some...Christians that a separate and unique human being begins at conception" said appeals court.
Despite the selective outrage from media and politicians, St. Louis workers will be better off without a higher minimum wage.
AG Josh Hawley's "new evidence" against the U.S. company is actions carried out by foreign contractors for foreign websites.
Second-place finisher in 2016 presidential primary will run for Missouri Senate seat as a Republican.
Exclusive: Libertarian Activist Austin Petersen Is Running for U.S. Senate…as a Republican! [Reason Podcast]
Second-place finisher in 2016 LP presidential primary aims to take on Democrat Claire McCaskill in home state of Missouri.
A systemic lack of safeguards in how the state medicates foster children
Missouri's governor has called a special session to try to override the ordinance. Here's what libertarians need to know.
The bill still requires the signature of a non-committal Gov. Greitens.
A new ACLU lawsuit against Missouri is just the latest to expose how poor defendants across the country are effectively denied their right to an attorney.
Circuit court judge rules St. Louis County ordinance to be "not unconstitutionally vague or overbroad."
The city of St. Louis may still vote for spending taxpayer money on a soccer stadium, but the state of Missouri is out.
The new law actually removes school-specific language from the definition of third-degree assault.
Rich businesspeople want over $120 million in public funds and tax credits to build a soccer stadium for a team that does not yet exist.
"People want to be able to press on their smartphone and request a ride," says commission chairman, stating the obvious.