A patient has voluntarily dismissed several dentists and dental practices in a suit alleging she suffered a colon infection after being prescribed various antibiotics in an effort to treat infections.
News from December 2018
State lawsuit over Sterigenics emissions cites state permit as evidence of 'hazard'; Undercuts permit process?
The Illinois Attorney General's Office and DuPage County State's Attorney have partnered to sue Sterigenics over its alleged emissions of ethylene oxide. However, the state lawsuit has come despite no contention from anyone that Sterigenics violated the terms of its permit, issued by the state. Some worry about the message such a 'bizarre' course of action by the state may send to its businesses, many of whom have similar permits of their own.
EDWARDSVILLE — A lender is suing a borrower for allegedly failing to make payments on a loan.
EDWARDSVILLE — A safety and quality manager is suing his former employer for allegedly terminating him for reporting sexual harassment.
The brother of a detainee who hung himself at the St. Clair County jail in May 2014 has been awarded $301,000 in damages in a wrongful death trial against Sheriff Rick Watson and the county that played out in federal court in Benton.
Fields released from custody day after acquittal in St. Clair County; Family members thank God and counsel
BELLEVILLE – Not guilty but not free, David Fields spent the night of Dec. 10 in St. Clair County jail after 12 jurors found he didn’t murder Carl Silas.
Illinoisans should know lawmakers in the past made big moves to fix the state's worst-in-the-nation pension crisis. It’s politically possible. They just need a little reminder of our history.
BELLEVILLE — An estate administrator is suing the operators of a long-term care facility, alleging a patient died due to negligent care.
Fields' defense attorneys 'hit it from every angle' to get client released from jail following Monday acquittal
After jurors found her client not guilty of murder the night before, defense counsel Brittany Kimble spent the day on Tuesday trying to get her client released from jail.
EDWARDSVILLE — An inventory manager is suing his former employer for allegedly terminating his employment without adequately investigating sexual harassment claims.
BELLEVILLE — A woman claims she slipped on loose lava rock and fell in the parking lot of Ace Hardware.
EDWARDSVILLE — A woman and her children claim an intoxicated driver struck their leased Alton home, rendering the property uninhabitable from asbestos debris and causing the home to become a target for arson.