BREAKING NEWS

AG Koster’s statement regarding reports of lead found in St. Louis public schools’ water


Jefferson City, Mo. (August 26, 2016) – Attorney General Chris Koster today released the following statement regarding reports of lead found in St. Louis public schools’ water: “The drinking-water contamination reported this week in St. Louis schools is an unintended—but significant—consequence of the repeated refusal to invest in education and infrastructure. Read more...

AG Koster announces Greene County man found to be a sexually violent predator


Jefferson City, Mo. (August 26, 2016) – Attorney General Chris Koster announced today a Greene County jury has found a man to be a sexually violent predator. Sterling A. Mitchell, 70, has been committed to the Department of Mental Health until such time he is safe to be at large.  Read more...

AG Koster obtains an order for preliminary injunction against Hale Real Estate, LLC


Jefferson City, Mo. (August 25, 2016) – Attorney General Chris Koster announced today that Franklin County Circuit Court Judge Gael Wood issued an order stopping Hale Real Estate, LLC from selling gasoline from its convenience store, Golden Bear Fireworks, in Stanton, Missouri. The convenience store is located off I-44 at mile marker 230, the Meramec Caverns exit. The order authorizes the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to lock and secure Hale Real Estate, LLC’s underground storage tanks.  Read more...

AG Koster reaches agreement for the sale and restoration of Oak Grove Cemetery and Mausoleum


St. Louis, Mo. (August 18, 2016) – Attorney General Chris Koster announced today the settlement of his civil lawsuit against Marilyn Stanza and her companies, including the Oak Grove Cemetery Association and Oak Grove Mausoleum Company. The settlement includes a sale of the property to a longtime funeral director who will restore the cemetery. Read more...