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ArtsQuest has agreed to pay $25,000 to a former employee who says she lost her job after contending that $70 Musikfest beer steins being sold as "handcrafted in Germany" were made in China for about $3. The Bethlehem nonprofit that puts on the German-...
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Five men who allege they were sexually abused by priests in the Diocese of Joliet in the 1970s and '80s sued the diocese Wednesday in Will County Circuit Court. The men, who say they repressed memories of the abuse until recent media reports that...
email@example.comHALFWAY, Mo. -- The owner of a closed cattle rendering plant signed an agreement in court on Monday to make a plan to clean up environmental hazards on the property. In the agreement, the Missouri Attorney General's Office says "an estimated 2,500 animal...
LAS VEGAS — O.J. Simpson is expected to take the stand Wednesday as he seeks a new trial on his 2008 convictions for robbery and kidnapping, which sent him to prison for up to 33 years. For two consecutive days, the fallen Hall of Fame running...
Tags: Justice System, Heisman Trophy, Football, Sports, Prosecution
Staff WriterThe Imperial Irrigation District and county of Imperial have agreed on a list of terms that would radically transform the Salton Sea if implemented. Some of these terms include the development of the Salton Sea’s geothermal resources through...
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A trade group representing convenience stores and gas station owners is suing the state after failing to get the legislature to change an Indiana law allowing only liquor stores and bars to sell cold beer. The Indiana Petroleum Marketers and Convenience...
Orlando SentinelHow would you respond if you realized doctors had performed surgery on your child without permission? A South Carolina couple heard that doctors had performed sex-reassignment surgery on their child without permission -- while the child, whom they...
Now that he's won a new trial, polo mogul John Goodman wants his freedom. An attorney for the star defendant on Tuesday asked Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Jeffrey Colbath to remove Goodman's house arrest and ankle monitor, and reinstate his far...
Tags: Justice System, Judges, Police Arrests, Trials, Drunk Driving
One of the candidates who ran for city treasurer in Compton's primary election has filed a lawsuit seeking to contest last month's election results. Jasper Jackson petitioned the court to halt incumbent Douglas Sanders from assuming office due to...
Two new reports from state audio experts give different conclusions about the voice screaming for help just before 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot: One said it was Trayvon. The other said some cries more likely came from his shooter. It remains to...
Northwestern University is investing $10 million in an initiative that aims to enroll more patients with advanced and hard-to-treat cancers in early-stage clinical trials. The university, which plans to announce the new institute this week, said it...
Earlier this year, some employees of Schneider Electric of Palatine got an unwelcome surprise in a letter about the stock purchase plan in which they participate. Visible through the address window were their Social Security numbers. One of Schneider's...
Tags: Theft, Laws, Students, DeKalb, Personal Data Collection
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