Fate of Missouri’s Last Abortion Clinic – Hearings Begin Monday

St. Louis, MO (KTRS) The Administrative Hearing Commission will begin hearing arguments Monday morning to decide the fate of Missouri’s last remaining abortion clinic. This hearing is expected to last about a week, but a ruling isn’t expected until February. Planned Parenthood has been fighting with the state’s health department for months over concerns that…

Jury: St. Louis County Police Sergeant Faced Discrimination

CLAYTON, MO (AP) — A jury has recommended a St. Louis County police sergeant be awarded nearly $20 million after finding the department discriminated against him because he’s gay. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the jury’s verdict came Friday in a 2017 lawsuit brought by Sgt. Keith Wildhaber. Wildhaber testified that he was told to “tone down his gayness”…

Wentzville GM Workers Approve Contract; Voting Continues At Other GM Plants

Wentzville, MO  (KTRS) The strike against General Motors could be coming to an end. UAW workers at the Wentzville Plant overwhelmingly approved the contract proposal. However, voting continues Friday at other GM plants in the country. The nationwide tally will determine whether or not the strike will continue. The official tally is expected later Friday afternoon…