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Judge Rules Homeowner Must Grow Grass in Yard, Despite Being Allergic

St. Peters, MO – A federal judge ruled that Missouri homeowners Carl and Janice Duffner must follow a city ordinance mandating grass in their yard, despite...

Mo. GOP Rep.’s Bill Would Require Lobbyists to Report Sex with...

Republican Missouri state Rep. Bart Korman introduced a bill in the Missouri House last Wednesday that would define sex between lawmakers and lobbyists as a...

Mizzou Communications Professor Resigns From Appointment After Threatening Reporter

University of Missouri faculty member Melissa Click apologized Tuesday night and resigned her courtesy appointment with the Missouri School of Journalism.

Ferguson Commission Calls For Police To ‘Minimize Use of Militarized Weaponry’

A report released on Monday by the commission appointed to study the racial divide and the unrest following the death of Michael Brown in...

Mo. Grandfather, Once Condemned to Life in Prison Without Parole for...

62-year-old Missouri grandfather Jeff Mizanskey walked out of the Jefferson City Correctional Center on Tuesday, where he was met by a cheering crowd of friends...

Missouri To Set Free Grandfather Sentenced to Life Without Parole for...

62-year-old grandfather Jeff Mizanskey, who had been sentenced to life in prison for three non-violent marijuana convictions, has reportedly been granted parole after his sentence was commuted by Missouri Governor Jay Nixon.

Peaceful Protests End In Violence As Gunfire Erupts On Anniversary Of...

Gunfire erupted following peaceful demonstrations in honor of the first anniversary of Michael Brown's death.

MO Governor Jay Nixon Commutes Grandfather’s Life Sentence for Pot

In September of last year, Truth in Media highlighted the plight of Jeff Mizanskey, a Missouri grandfather who had been sentenced to life in...

Report: 2 People Shot After Demonstration Breaks Out In Ferguson

KMOV.com Ferguson, Mo. – According to reports, two people were shot late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning during a demonstration that broke out in Ferguson,...

BREAKING: Michael Brown’s Parents File Civil Lawsuit Against City Of Ferguson

At a press conference on Thursday, the parents of Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager who was shot and killed by Ferguson police officer...

Missouri National Guard Labeled Civilian Protesters ‘Enemy Forces’

National Guard Defends Language as 'Generic' by Jason Ditz, April 17, 2015 Adding to the backlash from the bloody crackdown on public protests in Ferguson, Missouri...

Ferguson Shooting Suspect Recants Confession, Says He Was Abused by Police

On Tuesday, the attorney for Jeffrey Williams, the suspect in the shooting that wounded two police officers just after midnight on Thursday, claimed that not...

BREAKING: Officials Announce Suspect Has Been Arrested in Ferguson Shooting

St. Louis, Mo. – On Sunday, St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch announced that 20-year-old Jeffrey Williams was arrested around 10:30 p.m. Saturday night...

Search for Suspects Continues in Ferguson Shooting that Wounded 2 Police...

Ferguson, Mo. – The search for suspects continues on Friday, in the shooting that wounded two police officers at a protest outside the Ferguson Police...

Michael Brown’s Parents Will File Lawsuit Against City of Ferguson, Darren...

On Wednesday, the Department of Justice announced that it will not charge Darren Wilson, a white police officer from Ferguson, Missouri, with any civil rights violations...

Truth in Media Gets It Right, DOJ Says Policing for Profit...

A report from an investigation conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice revealed that the police department in Ferguson, Missouri, exercised discrimination against the...

MO Republican Introduces Bill to Free Nonviolent Grandfather Serving Life for...

In September of last year, BenSwann.com reported on the plight of 61-year-old Jeff Mizanskey, a small-time, nonviolent pot dealer who was sentenced to life...

Missouri bill proposes banning availability of police captured footage

A bill has been proposed by Missouri lawmakers which would exempt any footage recorded on a police operated camera from being viewed by the...

Ferguson Sued For Running “Debtor’s Prison”

Washington D.C.- Civil rights lawyers are taking the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Mo. to court over what they are calling unconstitutional “debtors prisons.”...

MO Cities Sue in Effort to Overturn Voter-Approved Ban on Red...

In November, voters in St. Charles County, MO approved a charter amendment that prohibits municipalities within the county from using red light cameras to...

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