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  • City plans to sue over Wet Electric rave

    Huntington Beach has authorized the city attorney to file suit to halt a daytime rave planned for the beach. City attorney Jennifer McGrath announced during Tuesday night's council meeting that the city will be filling a lawsuit against the groups...
  • Don't get slammed by electric salesmen

    I told you Sunday how tricky it can be navigating Pennsylvania's deregulated electric market in the quest to save a few bucks on your monthly power bill. With prices changing often, you must stay on top of not only what you're paying and what terms you'...
  • Surgery photo leads to privacy lawsuit against Torrance Memorial

    During surgery at Torrance Memorial Medical Center, an anesthesiologist decorated a patient's face with stickers while the patient was unconscious — giving her a black mustache and teardrops under her left eye — and then a nurse's aide snapped...
  • Three ex-football players sue NCAA over concussion-related symptoms

    One week after the NFL and several of its retired players reached a $765-million settlement in a concussion lawsuit, three former college football players are suing the NCAA, saying it failed to educate them about the risks of concussions and did not do...
  • Lawsuit seeks removal of Naval Academy superintendent from sex assault case

    Lawsuit seeks removal of Naval Academy superintendent from sex assault case
    An attorney for the Naval Academy midshipman who accused three classmates of sexually assaulting her at an off-campus party is asking a federal judge to bar the academy superintendent from deciding whether the case goes to a court-martial. Under the...
  • Man sues Newport P.D.

    A Newport Beach man has sued the police department, accusing officers of using excessive force when they took him into custody last year. Thomas Quinn is seeking unspecified damages, alleging officers pulled his pants down, punched him in the face and...
  • Ind. tree trimmer accused of ripping off senior

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The state is suing an Indianapolis tree trimmer that the attorney general's office alleges took $7,500 from a 93-year-old man and then performed shoddy work. The lawsuit was filed Tuesday in a Marion County court against...
  • City to pay nearly $2 million to settle women firefighters case

    City to pay nearly $2 million to settle women firefighters case
    Chicago taxpayers are in line to pick up the tab for a $1.98 million settlement to women denied jobs with the Chicago Fire Department because they failed the physical abilities test. The 2011 federal lawsuit alleged 187 women who passed the written test...
  • Association board wants to terminate law firm, management company

    Question: The new board is trying to cut down unnecessary expenditures, but our homeowners association has a law firm on retainer and a management company on contract. Periodic audits unearthed what looks like duplicate and excessive billings for...
  • S&P raises desperate defense against government lawsuit

    Everybody wants to see the perpetrators of the financial crisis punished, but you have to feel a little sorry for Standard & Poor's, the credit rating firm being sued by the federal government for its role in the disaster. S&P clearly has its back to...
  • Secret Pact Ends Controversial Job At Poverty Agency; Criminal Probe Continues

    Federal and state probes into the Community Renewal Team are continuing, according to a new audit report — while the Hartford anti-poverty agency has quietly severed a controversial payroll arrangement with its former CEO that had attracted...