MOUNT VERNON, Ill. -- The Fifth District Appellate Court affirmed a Bond County Circuit Court identity theft conviction of a defendant found with up to 15 different individuals' credentials.
News from April 2018
BELLEVILLE — A former laborer has filed a lawsuit against a number of companies after he was diagnosed with lung cancer.
BELLEVILLE — A couple is suing a number of companies claiming the husband was exposed to asbestos during his career.
BELLEVILLE — A couple is suing asbestos products manufacturers, citing alleged failure to warn and negligence.
A former laborer is suing a number of companies alleging their use of products containing asbestos caused cancer.
A daughter is suing a number of companies claiming they failed to warn her mother about the risks of asbestos exposure.
Several defendants accused of participating in an alleged bid-rigging conspiracy with former Madison County Treasurer Fred Bathon seek summary judgment from the plaintiffs’ third amended complaint.
SPRINGFIELD — Doug Jameson concedes many in the Republican Party probably breathed a sigh of relief when Tanya Hildenbrand defeated self-proclaimed provocateur Bob Romanik in last month’s GOP primary in the 57th Senate District.
BENTON — U.S. District Judge David Herndon has granted in part and denied in part a special-education cooperative's motion for summary judgment in a case filed by an employee who retired earlier than planned and directed them to a settlement conference.
BENTON — The U.S. District Court for the Southern District Court of Illinois granted Hartford Fire Insurance Co.'s motion for summary judgment on March 23, citing certain exclusions in its coverage policy maintained the company could not be held liable for property damage stemming from a burst pipe.
EAST ST. LOUIS – Madison County must defend retaliation claims of Veteran Assistance Superintendent Bradley Lavite, U.S. District Judge David Herndon decided on March 29.
Though some politicians claim a progressive income tax would only affect the rich, rates established under House Bill 3522 would raise income taxes on middle-class families.
A Chicago think tank says Illinois is losing out on billions of dollars in revenue by not taxing retirement income.
BELLEVILLE — A passenger is suing a driver for allegedly causing a rear-end collision in Fairview Heights.
BELLEVILLE — An estate guardian is suing two financial institutions for allegedly allowing unauthorized individuals to withdraw more than $413,000 from an account.
BENTON – Southern Illinois Asphalt plans to challenge a jury verdict holding it liable for $8,169,512.84 on a misrepresentation claim.
BENTON – A federal judge has rejected a bid by a convenience-store chain to dismiss a claim that the company violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
EAST ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Judge David Herndon postponed for four months a jury trial on a $9 billion claim against State Farm.
Are teacher pension subsidies fairly distributed in Illinois?
BELLEVILLE – Visiting judge Michael McHaney quietly accelerated the felony trial of Circuit Judge Ron Duebbert, moving it up from June 23 to May 7.