Taxpayers have been billed nearly $400,000 by the special prosecutor in a perjury investigation involving the St. Louis prosecutor's office, and nearly half of that amount was used in court fights.
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A state audit has found that Missouri's former public safety director, Drew Juden, oversaw payments to a charitable foundation he had ties with and he logged vacation time, including trips to the Daytona 500, as work time.
Last year's criminal case involving Missouri's former governor is under the scrutiny of a second special prosecutor, this time to investigate allegations from St. Louis' prosecutor.
The special prosecutor overseeing the investigation of how St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner prosecuted the criminal case against former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens confirmed Thursday that the investigation is still ongoing.
A grand jury that indicted the man hired by St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner to investigate former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has disbanded, but Gardner may not be clear of scrutiny.
A Missouri judge has dismissed claims that former Gov. Eric Greitens' office used a message-deleting app to avoid the state Sunshine Law.
Neither prominent GOP donor and St. Joseph businessman Stanley Herzog, nor the conservative group that got his money will say what it's for.
Greitens fired her. Parson rehired her. Margie Vandeven will return to the state's top K-12 education position.
The Republican incumbent is making his first election bid after being appointed to the job in February.