Illinois experienced net job losses in August, while the rest of the nation saw continued growth on average.
News from September 2018
Brad Van Hoose of Belleville has filed suit against a group of detractors he claims participated in a scheme of false accusations that cost him legal expenses as well as the ability to have a relationship with his ill and elderly father.
EDWARDSVILLE — A patient s suing a physician, alleging her neurological condition went undiagnosed.
EDWARDSVILLE — A man alleges he developed myelodysplastic syndrome as a result of exposure to benzene from a Wood River refinery.
The widow of a crane operator blames several manufacturing companies for the death of her husband.
BELLEVILLE – Judicial candidates Chris Kolker and Heinz Rudolf signed pledges to repudiate tactics of others that they themselves would not use or condone, though neither have responded to a request for comment regarding steamfitter business manager Totsy Bailey remarks made at a Democratic rally in Caseyville on Sept. 17.
County chair calls for forensic audit of Wood River levee district; Gibbons calls it irresponsible to discuss open investigations
Calling for a forensic audit of the Wood River Drainage and Levee District over possible misappropriation of funds has become the latest tussle between political rivals in Madison County government.
One week before a rare Madison County asbestos trial began in Associate Judge Stephen Stobbs’ courtroom, he was joined by asbestos attorneys to provide an update on Madison County’s asbestos docket at the HarrisMartin Midwest Asbestos Litigation Conference.
The Seventh Circuit Appellate Court affirmed district judge Michael J. Reagan’s order rejecting a woman’s attempt to reopen a fraud case that had been voluntarily dismissed four years ago.
A Madison County asbestos trial ended in a settlement Wednesday after the jury had been deliberating for two days.