Headlines Tagged with Missouri — 4,497 headlines found
revealed that the 18-year-old was the lead suspect in a strong-arm robbery at a convenience store, where a box of Swisher Sweets cigars valued at $48.99 was stolen and a clerk was allegedly shoved. Surveillance photos released by police appear to show a f
Aug 15, 2014 Huffington Post (blog)
added Aug 16, 2014 16:45
Campaign finance disclosures on file at the Missouri Ethics Commission show that Cheyenne International, of Grover, N.C., has donated $181,000 to a political action committee called Enough Taxes Already. Cheyenne International is — you guessed it — a “fu
Jul 17, 2012 Midwest Voices (Kansas City Star)
added Jul 17, 2012 19:52
Feb 17, 2005 Kansas City (MO) Star
added Feb 17, 2005 00:00
Family's attorney responds by saying that even if he had been implicated in the theft at the time, there was no justification for an 'execution-style' shooting.
Aug 16, 2014 Dubuque (IA) Telegraph-Herald
added Aug 16, 2014 16:20
It's an important decision because it marks yet another big ruling in Philip Morris's favor, which last year had the Illinois Supreme Court reject a $10 billion judgment against the tobacco company. Last month, it asked the U.S. Supreme Court to not hear
Apr 14, 2016 Motley Fool
added Apr 14, 2016 15:53
Dayna Craft, et al, v. Philip Morris Companies, Inc. and Philip Morris Inc.
Jun 10, 2011 Missouri Light Cigarette Litigation
added Jun 15, 2011 00:00
Federal authorities say an Independence company has been part of a $4 million scheme to illegally sell cigarettes and avoid taxes. But they won't say who it is.
May 8, 2013 Independence (MO) Examiner
added May 8, 2013 12:48
Smugglers are making thousands of dollars just by driving cigarettes from St. Louis to Chicago because tax rates make one pack of cigarettes $6 more expensive in The Windy City. Fox 2 News recently followed a suspected cigarette smuggler in north St. Lou
Nov 21, 2016 KTVI myfox St. Louis (MO)
added Nov 26, 2016 01:55
The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce is hoping other local cities will join in, making the metro area the second-largest in the country to take this step. "This is a community-driven initiative," Kansas City Councilman Scott Taylor said before the
Nov 22, 2015 Dubuque (IA) Telegraph-Herald
added Nov 23, 2015 01:32
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster said the state has lost an arbitration case and will refund money it receives through a multi-state settlement with tobacco companies.
Sep 13, 2013 AP - Associated Press
added Sep 13, 2013 17:38