Governor Greitens Signs 77 Measures Into Law Before Leaving Office

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has signed 77 measures into law, just hours before his resignation, including one creating a specific crime related to the allegations he faces. Greitens signed a bill Friday creating a felony of threatening the nonconsensual dissemination of a private sexual image by attempting to coerce another person…

Government Officials Join Civic Leaders in an Effort to Curb Gun Violence in St. Louis City

St. Louis, Missouri (KRTS) Congressman William Lacy Clay hosted an event at the better Family Life Cultural Center in North St. Louis Wednesday. With June being National Gun Violence Awareness Month, a town hall meeting called, “A Community Conversation on Gun Violence” – was hosted by Clay. The event featured members of law enforcement, clergy, victims,…

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Dismisses Computer Tampering Case Against Greitens

St. Louis, MO  (KTRS)  The felony computer tampering case against embattled Missouri Governor Eric Greitens isn’t moving forward. St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner announced during a news conference on Wednesday that she is dismissing the case after reaching an agreement with Greitens’ defense team. “Many of Mr. Greitens former colleagues and friends cooperated with…

Gardner Says Resolution Reached In Greitens’ Computer Tampering Case

St. Louis, MO  (KTRS)  Amid Governor Eric Greitens’ announced resignation, an agreement has been reached in the computer tampering case against the Governor. St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner said she has been in contact with Greitens’ defense team and a resolution has been reached. Gardner announced this in a released statement on Tuesday: Today, Governor…