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Both men will be on supervised release for life after transporting women to multiple states to sell them for sex.
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Johnson remains in federal custody. On July 25, 2013, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Enforcement and Removal Operations agents were attempting to apprehend Francisco Sosa-Lopez for immigration violations.
The Missouri House has passed legislation aimed at declaring a "cease-fire" in the so-called economic "border war" between Missouri and Kansas.
The Missouri House has passed legislation to create tax incentives to lure wealthy high-tech investors to the Show-Me State.
A Missouri gun shop is facing a wrongful death lawsuit after selling a handgun to a woman who is charged with using it to murder her father.
After a month of hearings, a state Senate committee narrowly voted Thursday to advance legislation that would revamp the way Medicaid is administered in Missouri to make it more like private insurance for many patients.
A Missouri judge denied a request by former Mamtek CEO Bruce Cole for a reduced bond while he awaits trial for theft in a failed plan to build an artificial sweetener plant in Moberly.
According to the plea agreement, Burt was approved to receive Social Security disability payments in December 2002 due to back disorders.
Three Tigers drew top-16 seeds, led by junior Drake Houdashelt, who is the No. 1 overall seed at 149 pounds.
Proposals taking aim at Missouri's death penalty procedures were examined Wednesday by the Senate's only Democratic-led committee.
Barry Wimberly, 45, will spend 57 months in prison, followed by supervised release for the remainder of his life.
Wade Shows Inc. took over the midway at the Missouri State Fair five years ago, according to director Mark Wolfe.
A Missouri man has pleaded not guilty to prostituting his 41-year-old wife at a hotel in North Dakota's capital city.
Tuesday's vote by a Senate business committee means the proposed increase could be brought up later for debate by the full Senate.
Jonathan Tidball, left, and his girlfriend Jenna Ferguson, both of O'Fallon, Ill., enjoy spring-like weather as they stand near a small pond in Tower Grove Park Tuesday, March 11, 2014, in St. Louis.
As remuneration in the British Columbia public sector skyrockets, we bring you our annual database of who is making what in B.C.'s public service.