St. Louis, MO – The U.S. Supreme Court will hear the case of a Missouri woman whose murder conviction was reversed because police intentionally waited to read her the Miranda warning until after she had confessed.
The Missouri Supreme Court reversed Patrice Seibert's murder conviction last year, even though she admitted a role in the death of a 17-year-old in Rolla. Her case is the third involving Miranda warnings the high court will hear this fall.
This week, some 5,000 people from hotel chains, rental car companies and tourist agencies around the world are meeting in St. Louis for what's billed as the nation's largest travel industry trade show.
The "International Pow Wow," as it's called, brings domestic travel suppliers together with tour operators from some 70 countries to buy and sell tour packages across the U.S. KWMU's Kevin Lavery reports.
St. Louis, Mo. – Missouri banks and credit unions are resurrecting a somewhat forgotten social custom. To improve security they are asking customers to remove hats, as well as hoods and sunglasses when visiting financial institutions.
The new dress code went into effect Tuesday but is completely voluntary.
Meridian Credit Union president Charles Waalkes says early tests of the program have had positive results.