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Jefferson City, Mo. – Attorney General Chris Koster has filed a lawsuit against a door-to-door magazine sales company for allegedly deceiving consumers. Koster sued Midwest Circulations, LLC and its president, Bridgett Robbins, of Osborn,...
Tags: Lawyers, Periodicals, Consumers, Trials, Media Industry
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND – Former South Bend Police Chief Darryl Boykins is suing the mayor and the mayor's chief of staff, claiming the two conspired to demote him based on his race. In a federal complaint filed Thursday, Boykins, who is black, cites "racial...
The gun lobby has gotten plenty of attention lately for its clout in Tallahassee and Washington. But the sugar industry could give the National Rifle Association a run for its money. A couple of recent examples typify the power, boosted by campaign...
Tags: Bill Nelson, Marco Rubio, Everglades, Elections, Rick Scott
Alleging mismanagement, conflicts of interest and violations of a key agreement, Inland Empire officials Monday sued the city of Los Angeles in their effort to regain ownership of LA/Ontario International Airport, which has lost almost 40% of its...
email@example.comJury selection began Monday in Franklin County (Pa.) Court of Common Pleas for the capital murder trial of a man accused of beating his mother to death. The trial is expected to start later this week for Marcus Wallace, 42, who is charged with first-...
Even as Florida brought home several top-10 finishes in this year's annual contest for the nation's best beaches, the tsunami of lawsuits triggered by BP's beach-trashing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico three years ago continued to gain strength. The...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The parents of a woman killed in a Kansas City restaurant explosion are suing several companies. Megan Cramer died Feb. 19 in a gas explosion that destroyed JJ's restaurant and injured several other people. A drilling...
—On a gray, crisp Friday morning in April, the young Bethlehem couple walked into the Lehigh County Courthouse to request a marriage license. Unlike other couples who had come before them, they knew there was no possibility they'd be leaving...
WASHINGTON — Long before a retired Southern California couple and two friends were shot and killed aboard their sailboat off the Horn of Africa in February 2011, the threat from Somali pirates was frighteningly clear. Since 2005, heavily armed...
Tags: Armed Conflicts, Sailing, Judges, Piracy, Somalia
SAN FRANCISCO — California may be stymied for years to come in its efforts to resume executions as a result of a new court ruling, bureaucratic requirements and difficulty obtaining lethal injection drugs, advocates on both sides of the death...
Tags: Executive Branch, Government, Prisons, Death Penalty, Judges
An insurance company has sued the Los Angeles Unified School District seeking to avoid paying settlement costs related to alleged child abuse at Miramonte Elementary School. The action, if successful, could leave the nation's second-largest school...
The case of a lawsuit over the gruesome deaths of two motorcyclists in Easton was trickier than it appeared at first glance. On Tuesday, a Northampton County jury determined that a golf club had no responsibility, was not even 1 percent to blame, for...
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