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Q: David Nash murdered by McCabe in Iron County in 1980, was there a trial?
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Q: Was William Oliver, police officer, convicted of murdering his wife in the 1980s? (Saint Louis City MO)
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Q: what ever happened to Farrell cross murder trial (Phelps MO)
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A: Trial begins on Monday December 16th in Farmington, MO
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Latest Jefferson County Trials News
House OKs lawsuit caps for medical malpractice
Kansas
JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri House gave initial approval Wednesday to a bill to reinstate limits on how much juries can award in noneconomic damages in medical malpractice cases against health care providers.Supporters said the limits, approved 101-53, are needed to make sure doctors do not leave the state because of increasing insurance costs. Bill sponsor Rep. Eric Burlison, R-Springfield ...
March 29 2015
Execution Date Set in Missouri Murder-for-Hire Killing
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri Supreme Court sets an execution date for a former St. Louis City jailer who was sentenced to death for the murder-for-hire killing of his ex-wife, to whom he owed back child support. Kimber Edwards, 50, is scheduled to die by lethal injection between 6 p.m. May 12 and 5:59 pm May 13, at the Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center in Bonne Terre ...
March 27 2015
Execution set for man convicted of contract killing
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Supreme Court has scheduled a May 12 execution for a former St. Louis jailer convicted of hiring someone to kill his ex-wife in 2000.
March 27 2015
Missouri House approves annual inspection of abortion clinic
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri's only abortion clinic would be subject to an annual inspection by the state's health department under a bill advanced Wednesday by Missouri's Republican-led House. The bill would require ambulatory surgical centers performing any second- or third-trimester abortion, or five or more first-trimester abortions, to ...
March 22 2015
Missouri To Receive $2.4M For Medicaid Fraud Settlement
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster says the state will get more than $2.4 million from a Medicaid fraud settlement. Koster on Wednesday announced the civil settlement with offshoots of APS Healthcare and Innovative Resource Group over claims that the companies submitted false Medicaid claims. The companies will immediately pay the state and federal government $5 ...
March 20 2015
Medicaid Fraud Settlement Nets Missouri $2.4 Million
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- Missouri will receive $2.4 million dollars as part of a Medicaid fraud settlement. On Wednesday, Attorney General Chris Koster announced the settlement with APS Healthcare, Inc. APS Healthcare Bethesda, Inc. and Innovative Resource Group, LLC d/b/a APS Healthcare Midwest ("APS"). Koster said from 2008 to 2010, APS was supposed to provide administrative services for two ...
March 20 2015
Republican wants to bar health insurance subsidies
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY – While the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on whether premium health care insurance subsidies could be used in states that did not set up their own exchange, one Republican lawmaker told a Missouri Senate panel Wednesday that the state should bar such subsidies on its own.Congressional action is needed to fully dismantle the Affordable Care Act, but the bill would be a first ...
March 20 2015
Missouri appeals judge named to take over Ferguson court following Justice Department report
Idaho
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri appeals judge named to take over Ferguson court following Justice Department report.
March 14 2015
Kander to challenge Blunt for Senate
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander launched a Democratic challenge Thursday to U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, criticizing the Republican's long political career and asserting that "it's time for a new generation of leaders" in Washington.Kander, a former Army captain who served in Afghanistan, highlighted his military experience while announcing his candidacy in an online video and ...
March 09 2015
Senate Bills Would Address Juvenile Sentencing in Missouri
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Senators are being asked to consider two bills that would help determine the fate of Missouri juveniles who have been sentenced for first-degree murder. In June of 2012, the United States Supreme Court ruled in Miller v. Alabama that mandatory sentences of life without the possibility of parole are unconstitutional for juvenile offenders.  The court specified that ...
March 08 2015
Senate Bills Would Change Murder Sentences for Juveniles
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Bills have been introduced by Missouri and Arkansas lawmakers to address sentencing juveniles for murders. The bill in Arkansas would eliminate the sentence of life without parole for minors altogether, while the bills in Missouri address a sentence that is currently deemed unconstitutional. In 2013, two teens in Stone County were charged with first-degree murder in the ...
March 08 2015
Democratic Missouri Secretary of State Kander announces challenge to Republican US Sen. Blunt
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander launched a Democratic challenge Thursday to U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, criticizing the Republican's long political career and asserting that "it's time for a new generation of leaders" in Washington.
March 04 2015
Barnes leads push to expand telehealth services, make Medicaid more efficient
Missouri
A Missouri House bill would allow Medicaid patients to telecommute with specialists, saving them the cost of travel. With the advancement of medicine, specialists have become increasingly concentrated in cities, Rep. Jay Barnes, R-Jefferson City, said.
March 04 2015
Missouri Republican Wants To Bar Health Insurance Subsidies
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Groups advocating for health care access say a bill blocking federal subsidies that help pay for health insurance premiums would cause thousands of Missouri residents to lose coverage. A Republican senator presented the measure to a committee Wednesday as the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that challenges whether the Affordable Care Act allows those ...
March 04 2015
SSM changes waiting room to living room for minor emergencies
Missouri
St. Mary’s Hospital in Jefferson City (SSM) is now one of four SSM medical facilities offering a way for emergency patients to skip the waiting room and remain at home until they can be seen.
March 04 2015
Missouri sets execution date for man who stabbed ex-wife’s boyfriend
Bonne Terre, Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KTVI)- The Missouri Supreme Court set a mid-April execution date for Andre Cole, 52, of Normandy, who stabbed his ex-wife’s boyfriend 22 times over child support payments. According to our partners at the Post-Dispatch, Cole has been on death row in since he was convicted in 2001. He killed Anthony Curtis on […]
March 03 2015
Missouri sets execution date for man who stabbed ex-wife’s boyfriend 22 times
Bonne Terre, Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KTVI)- The Missouri Supreme Court set a mid-April execution date for Andre Cole, 52, of Normandy, who stabbed his ex-wife’s boyfriend 22 times. Cole has been on death row since he was convicted in 2001. He killed Anthony Curtis on August 21, 1998, at a house in north St. Louis County. Cole […]
March 03 2015
Sheley arrives, arraigned in Missouri
Jefferson, Arkansas
HILLSBORO, Mo. – Three-time convicted murderer Nicholas Sheley is in Missouri. Lt. Kevin Carle, commander of the Jefferson County Jail, said Sheley arrived about 2 p.m. Tuesday. He was arraigned Tuesday and the next day was appointed a public defender, Courtney Goodwin.
February 27 2015
Sheley court proceedings begin in Missouri
Missouri
Court proceedings in Jefferson County, Mo., have begun officially for three-time convicted killer Nicholas T. Sheley, officials from both Illinois and Missouri confirmed this week. 
February 26 2015
Nixon Proposes Plan for New Veterans' Homes, Renovations
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – On Monday, Governor Jay Nixon announced plans to complete $14.5 million in repairs and renovations to state veterans’ homes and the construction of a new one. Missouri has seven veterans’ homes throughout the state, with 1,973 veterans on the homes’ waiting list, according to Nixon. “For every veteran receiving quality medical care and services at one of our veterans’ homes ...
February 24 2015
Medicaid Recipients Could Lose Health Benefits Outside Missouri
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri senators say Medicaid recipients who live outside the state should no longer receive health benefits through either a managed care plan or the state's health system. The Senate gave initial approval Tuesday to a measure requiring the state's social services department to stop providing benefits if it gets information about a recipient living elsewhere. The ...
February 24 2015
Missouri Senate endorses monitoring Medicaid eligibility
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Missouri senators say Medicaid recipients who live outside the state should no longer receive health benefits through either a managed care plan or the state’s health system. The Senate gave initial approval Tuesday to a measure requiring the state’s social services department to stop providing benefits if it gets information […]
February 24 2015
Democrat Kander to challenge GOP US Sen. Blunt in Missouri
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander launched a Democratic challenge Thursday to U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, criticizing the Republican's long political career and asserting that "it's time for a new generation of leaders" in Washington.
February 20 2015
Saturday accidents send 2 to hospitals
Missouri
A Jefferson City man was in stable condition Saturday at St. Mary’s Hospital, after he lost control of his motorcycle on a dirt road in Callaway County, near Tebbetts.
February 13 2015
Man From Conway Dies In Crash
Missouri
A man from Conway has died after a crash in Laclede County.The Missouri State Highway Patrol says another truck didn't stop at the intersection of Highway J and Highway CC in Conway.Troopers say Donald Dame was thrown out of his truck when his vehicle was hit on Jefferson.The crash pushed Dame into three parked cars.The other driver was sent to the hospital with moderate injuries. Dame died at ...
February 12 2015
Mo. Supreme Court Upholds Death Sentence
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. --  The state Supreme Court has upheld a death sentence against a Jefferson City man without ruling on whether law enforcement violated his rights by using his cell phone to find him. When police identified David Hosier as the suspect in the 2009 murders of Angela and Rodney Gilpin, they asked his cell phone provider to help find him by seeing what cell phone tower his phone ...
February 04 2015
Fraud Settlement Returns $50K to Missouri Medicaid Program
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A Medicaid fraud settlement with a home care company will return $50,000 to the Missouri Medicaid program. Attorney General Chris Koster announce the settlement with Victor’s Home Care Services, LLC., of St. Louis Tuesday. Koster says the company provides in-home services to Medicaid participants and submitted false claims to MO HealthNet, Missouri’s Medicaid program. An ...
January 25 2015
Missouri Supreme Court Halts Upcoming Execution
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. --  The Missouri Supreme Court has vacated its execution warrant for a man less than a week before he was scheduled to die. 46-year-old Marcellus Williams had been scheduled to died Wednesday morning by lethal injection for the 1998 murder of former St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Felicia Gayle at her home in University City. The Court is not saying why it has taken the ...
January 25 2015
Lawsuit caps get renewed attention from GOP
Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY — Nearly a decade after Missouri last limited some civil lawsuit awards, Republican lawmakers are organizing to reinstate caps overturned by the state's highest court.Businesses can now face lawsuits with unlimited punitive damages in civil injury lawsuits after the Missouri Supreme Court struck down a $500,000 limit on the awards last September, two years after striking down ...
January 21 2015
A 40-year statehouse reporter’s exit interview
Missouri
PRAIRIE VILLAGE, KS — As the Missouri legislature reconvened this week, there was a conspicuous absence in the Jefferson City press corps. Bob Priddy of Missourinet retired last month after a celebrated 40-year career covering the Show-Me statehouse for the radio network’s 60 affiliates.
January 21 2015
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