Illinois High School’s swimming, and track and field teams are required to allow disabled students to participate.
City attorneys will tell the judge that the vote is necessary and represents the will of the people, who approved it.
The federal civil rights lawsuit claims some Illinois inmates have been kept in near-total isolation for decades.
Medical Marijuana hasn’t been sold legally in Ill., yet, but business owners are worried about being liable for gun incidents at their stores.
A lawsuit against the city’s SWAT unit claims they had a warrant, but not for the house they burst into.
A group of Satanic worshippers are suing Missouri’s governor and attorney general, alleging the state’s abortion restrictions are illegal.
Jurors are hearing testimony in a lawsuit against the Kansas City Royals by a Kansas man who was struck in the eye by a foil-wrapped hotdog flung by the team’s mascot.
History lives on – 800 years ago today, King John of England signed Magna Carta, putting the law above the king, and also promising something else that is the subject of an ongoing lawsuit in Missouri.
The groundbreaking ceremony today for new St. Elizabeth’s Hospital will continue despite a lawsuit from the city of Belleville.
Aleigha Woods filed the lawsuit last week in U.S. District Court in Peoria. She’s seeking class-action status to cover about 100 other dancers at Club Cabaret in Creve Coeur.