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Officials at the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District this week moved to fire an assistant director who had spent more than a year on paid leave during an internal investigation. In the formal termination documents filed with the Chicago-based water...
HALLTOWN, Mo.-- People who live in rural areas often pay taxes or fees to ensure someone will douse the flames if their house catches fire. But in Halltown, there are some burning questions about why at least one homeowner had a 20-minute wait. All...
Tags: Corporate Crime
Billionaire mogul Donald Trump, his signature bravado on full display Wednesday, clashed repeatedly with the opposing lawyer during a second day on the witness stand at a trial in Chicago. Trump incessantly talked over attorney Shelly Kulwin as he...
In the year since the Williamsburg Pottery reopened its doors, shoppers haven't exactly flocked to the scene. The Pottery, a 75-year-old retail center in James City County, underwent a $30 million renovation and reopened with a new look and new...
Tribune reporterThe Illinois Supreme Court has suspended an Oak Brook attorney, author and former radio host accused of misappropriating more than $2 million from her clients. The court indefinitely suspended Kathleen Niew’s license to practice Tuesday while her...
Tags: Illinois Supreme Court, Lawyers, Finance, Oak Brook, Oak Park
A worrisome abdominal pain drove Jalal Afshar to seek treatment last year at healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente. The Pasadena resident and Kaiser member had lived for years with a rare condition known as Castleman's disease, which affects the lymph...
Daily American Staff Writer @DAPeteBosakAbout 20 Windber Area School District teachers confronted their school board Tuesday evening over compensatory time policy and what both sides agreed was an ongoing communication breakdown resulting in hard feelings and mistrust between teachers and...
Tribune reporterThe Amalgamated Sugar Co. said Tuesday that it has sued a Chicago area marshmallow maker, Doumak Inc., alleging the maker of Campfire marshmallows failed to uphold its contracts. The suit, which was filed in Idaho and seeks $5 million in damages, claims...
Tags: Marshmallows, Corporate Crime
Curb Records is making a federal case out of its beef with country star Tim McGraw, moving its 2-year-old complaint in state court in Tennessee to the federal level in arguing that he breached his contract with Curb and signing in 2011 with Big Machine...
Zap2itTim McGraw's former label Curb Records has elevated their case against the country music superstar to federal court. The lawsuit alleges copyright infringement and breach of contract stemming from McGraw's move to Big Machine Records in 2011. Curb...
Real estate mogul Donald Trump is expected to be in Chicago this month to testify at a federal trial stemming from a dispute over the sale of two units at Trump Tower. Attorneys for both sides confirmed Tuesday that Trump is scheduled to testify at...
A decade ago, a team of Los Angeles County auditors delivered a damning assessment of Teens Happy Homes, a private foster care agency responsible for hundreds of children. Agency workers bought beer and cigarettes with public funds intended for...
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