Illinois consumers who believe third-party vendors charged their cellphone bills phony fees can submit restitution claims after a $158 million settlement with Verizon Wireless and Sprint.
The Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests, or SNAP, is calling on Archbishop Robert Carlson to warn the flock about Gary Wolken, now 48, who is scheduled for release Feb. 23 from the Bonne Terre prison.
Family members of a Washington University student who fell to his death from a balcony say they believe the school is partly responsible for his death.
The London-based pharmaceutical has agreed to pay $105 million to 44 states to settle allegations that it unlawfully marketed its asthma drug Advair and the antidepressants Paxil and Wellbutrin.
Springfield city officials have agreed to settle a lawsuit by advocates who wanted to reduce penalties for possession of small amounts of pot.
The family of Alfred Goodman has finally reached a settlement with the tent company that killed him last year.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. have reached agreement on all issues in a $13 billion settlement with federal and state authorities, resolving claims over the bank’s sales of low-quality, high-risk mortgage-backed securities that collapsed in value during the U.S. housing crisis.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kathy Surratt-States granted St. Louis-based Patriot’s request to put in place the collective bargaining deal ratified Friday by the United Mine Workers of America.
The Justice Department says St. Peters violated the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The federal government announced that 55 hospitals, including the Des Peres Hospital, overcharged Medicare.