A long-time judge on Missouri's high court announced he will soon step down and become a college professor. Scott Kanowsky has more from Jefferson City.
Wrap: For 12 years, Michael Wolff has served Missouri as a Supreme Court justice.
But on Wednesday, the St. Louis-based attorney said he would not return to the post next fall.
He said he will take a job as a law professor at St. Louis University.
Wolff previously taught at SLU until 1998, when he took the job as a Missouri justice.
Before then, he held positions advising former Governor Mel Carnahan and was a candidate for Missouri attorney general.
Wolff has refused any interviewswith the press until he is closer to the end of his time as a justice.
From the State Capitol, I'm Scott Kanowsky, NewsRadio 1120 KMOX.