Johnson County District Attorney said Monday that Frazier Glenn Cross, also known as F. Glenn Miller, could be charged with murder as early as Tuesday. In addition to state charges, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said that Cross could also face federal hate crimes charges, but those will be taken to a grand jury. Authorities said that their investigation was focused on Cross and they were not seeking any other suspects.
With roughly a month left to go before adjournment, many of the Missouri General Assembly’s big issues remain unresolved.
That’s not too surprising. Big-ticket legislation often passes – or dies -- in the last weeks of the session. With about a month to go before the final gavel falls, legislation dealing with tax cuts, the state’s criminal code and the student transfer situation are all still up in the air.
The resolution of some conflicts could hinge on unity from Republicans who control the legislature, while others may fall along less predictable fault lines.
Jazz Unlimited for Sunday, April 13 will be “Women in Current Jazz.” While there have been many female jazz vocalists, instrumentalists are harder to find. As times change, women have become heard in jazz playing all sorts of instruments, not just pianos and guitars. This show will feature female jazz artists who have been active since 2000, with three vocal recordings and 26 instrumental recordings. The female jazz artists featured on tonight’s show are organist Akiko Tsuraga; pianists Bertha Hope, Geri Allen, Hiromi Renee Rosnes, Shamie Royston and Kris Davis; composer, arranger and b
Gov. Jay Nixon says he's wary about signing a wholesale revision of the state’s criminal code.
For the past few years, the state’s legal community has made overhauling the code a major priority. The legislation being considered by the Missouri General Assembly reassesses punishments for certain crimes, including eliminating jail time for some misdemeanors.
Baseball and business were both on the agenda when the China National Baseball Team visited St. Louis on Friday. Mayor Francis Slay and former U.S. Sen. Christopher "Kit" Bond were among those who met with the team at Ballpark Village overlooking the field at Busch Stadium.
St. Louis-based Rawlings, a sports equipment manufacturer, arranged for the Chinese team’s visit in the past few months as it finalized a contract with the team. The company announced last month that it will be the China National Baseball Team’s official apparel and equipment sponsor.