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  • Former Wichita principal sues district

    Former Wichita principal sues district
    A former Wichita principal sues the school district for defamation.  Last year, Enterprise Elementary Principal Pamela Stead resigned.  At the time, the district said it found violations of testing protocol at her school. The issue involved 18 students...
  • 'Avatar' Plagiarism Suit Against James Cameron Dismissed

    A California state court judge has sided with James Cameron, dismissing a lawsuit alleging the director had plagiarized ideas for the blockbuster film "Avatar." Cameron was sued in 2011 by former employee Eric Ryder, who alleged he had spent two years...
  • Sitka Author Sues for Right to Sell Books Near Dock

    Sitka Author Sues for Right to Sell Books Near Dock
    A Sitka man has filed a lawsuit against the city in Superior Court claiming that he was discriminated against when he was denied the chance to sell his self-published book to tourists at the Crescent Harbor dock. The Daily Sitka Sentinel reports (http:/...
  • Producer sues Warner Bros. over Eastwood's 'Curve'

    Producer sues Warner Bros. over Eastwood's 'Curve'
    A movie producer has sued Warner Bros. and Clint Eastwood’s production company, claiming the movie studio and the Oscar-winning filmmaker stole the idea for their 2012 baseball movie “Trouble With the Curve.” In his 120-page...
  • Angela Corey: Toss $5M lawsuit filed after George Zimmerman trial

    Angela Corey: Toss $5M lawsuit filed after George Zimmerman trial
    Lawyers for State Attorney Angela Corey say she has "sovereign immunity" and are asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit filed against her in the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case. Ben Kruidbos, her former information technology director, was fired...
  • Costa Mesa repeals anti-solicitation law

    Costa Mesa repeals anti-solicitation law
    The Costa Mesa City Council this week repealed a law that banned day laborers from actively soliciting work on city streets. The council unanimously agreed Tuesday night to scrap the ordinance without discussion. Costa Mesa's anti-solicitation law,...
  • Baltimore County repays loan from pension fund

    Baltimore County repays loan from pension fund
    Baltimore County has repaid more than $13 million it borrowed last year from its employees' pension fund, leading the county police union to drop a lawsuit over the loan. The county recently paid about $13.1 million, plus more than $500,000 in interest,...
  • Bell won't have to pay Rizzo's legal bill, court rules

    Bell won't have to pay Rizzo's legal bill, court rules
    A state appeals court ruled Friday that the working-class city of Bell will not have to pay the legal costs for Robert Rizzo, the former city manager who pleaded no contest this week to 69 counts of corruption-related crimes. The 3-0 ruling that Bell...
  • Jurors see video of shooting in Dollar General capital murder trial

    Jurors see video of shooting in Dollar General capital murder trial
    He's accused of killing two people inside a Wichita Dollar General store last November. On Tuesday, jurors saw video of the deadly shooting. It was some of the evidence shown in the capital murder trial of Marquis Marshall Nine security cameras were...
  • Halting of Palmdale election may have implications for other cities

    Halting of Palmdale election may have implications for other cities
    A judge's halting of Palmdale's November election could have implications for other cities facing lawsuits under the California Voting Rights Act. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mark V. Mooney on Monday canceled the election after earlier...
  • Arizona ban on panhandling found unconstitutional in Flagstaff case

    Arizona ban on panhandling found unconstitutional in Flagstaff case
    An Arizona law that makes it a crime to beg for money or food in public is unconstitutional, a federal judge has ruled. The decision comes in response to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona against the city of Flagstaff,...