By Paul Solman
11 hours ago
WENTZVILLE, Mo. – After homeschooling her second and third graders for most of 2020 and 2021, Jessica Liebmann decided to send them back to the Wentzville School District last fall. Six months and several COVID-19 variants later, she is now concerned that precautions are not in place to ensure her children…
The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday placed a St. Louis couple who gained national attention for waving guns at racial injustice protesters on probation as attorneys. The court suspended Mark and Patricia McCloskeys’ law licenses but delayed the suspension and put the two on probation for a year. The order means the couple can still practice, but the suspension will take effect if they violate their probation by breaking any more laws.