Ted Frank With Senator Barack Obama all but clinching the Democratic nomination, he begins the pivot to the center for the general election to better position himself to independents.
Grass is green. The sky is blue. Breakfast is served in the morning.
Lakin U.S. District Judge J. Phil Gilbert forewarned federal prosecutors and Tom Lakin's lawyer to iron out a plea agreement because "this case isn't like wine, it's not going to get better with age."
Talley Wehrle v. Kristi Smith
Crystal Ball v. Angela Burkett
Linda Shevlin v. American Signature, Inc., d/b/a Value City Furniture
Lorraine Henson v. Sears Hardware
Ronnie P. Siddle filed suit against Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. in St. Clair County Circuit Court for injuries he sustained at Sam's Club store #6635 on Nov. 4, 2006.
Murnane Civil justice reform advocates cheered as an anti-business proposal was exiled to the House Rules Committee on the last day of the state legislature's spring session.
Sheila Kindhart of Belleville is suing American Water Works Service Co. for severe injuries she sustained last year after tripping over a water meter box near her property.
Illinois Power Co. is being sued by the estate of a man electrocuted July 20, 2006, by an energized power line located near 1400 Missouri Ave. in East St. Louis.
Regions Bank, as guardian of the estate of Brandon Shamble, a disabled adult, is suing Howard RV Supercenter in St. Louis for breach of contract and fraud.
Home Oil Company of Belleville, Inc. is suing Millstadt One Stop for breach of contract, according to a suit filed June 2 in St. Clair County Circuit Court.
Deborah Coffman v. Olin Brass
A man bitten by a dog at his friend's house filed a personal injury complaint in Madison County Circuit Court May 30, alleging his host was negligent.
Crowder Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder was elected president of the Illinois Judges Association Foundation at a meeting in Chicago May 29.
Rebecca Van Scoyk is suing her her neighbors over tree damage.
Premier Air Center of East Alton filed suit against Wood River-based Helmkamp Construction in Madison County Circuit Court May 30, alleging a hangar collapsed causing substantial damage and loss to the building and business.
A Fairmont City woman who slipped and fell at the Collinsville Sears Hardware store filed a personal injury suit alleging Sears failed to warn her of recently polished floors.