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2 Investigators: Specialist Missing When Newborn Had Complication, Suit SaysToday, four-year-old Drew Kerrins can't talk, walk or stand without braces. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Opponents Given OK To Proceed With Challenge To Lucas Museum PlanDon’t count on the Lucas Museum being built in Chicago anytime soon, after a federal judge gave hope to activists hoping to block the controversial lakefront project.
Judge Tosses Woman’s 'Go Topless'LawsuitU.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman tossed the lawsuit Tuesday at the request of city lawyers, shooting down Sonoko Tagami’s claim that police infringed on her rights to free expression and equal protection.
Family Of Woman Who Hanged Herself In Cook County Jail Files LawsuitJaclyn Clair was booked Jan. 27, 2015, for a retail theft charge in Norridge and was found hanging in her cell Feb. 5, authorities said at the time.
Jury To Deliberate: How Much Do Chicago Panhandlers Make?Two panhandlers contend Cook County Sheriff's deputies improperly barred them from panhandling at Daley Plaza. Jurors must decide multiple issues. But the judge has already ruled deputies violated the men's free-speech rights to beg at least once. So no matter what, jurors will have to consider how much a day of begging is worth.
Suit: Cleared Defendants Continue To Be Detained At Cook County JailThe lawsuit seeks $10,000 for each man who's been back to jail after being cleared. That would be more than $600 million taxpayers would have to pay.
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against 1 Of 2 Officers In Cedrick Chatman ShootingA federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit filed against one of the two Chicago police officers involved in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Cedrick Chatman three years ago.
Lawsuit Over Cell-Phone Tracking By Chicago Police Moves FowardA Cook County judge on Monday denied the Chicago Police Department’s request to toss out a lawsuit seeking records showing how police have used secret cellular tracking systems.
Father Of Man Fatally Shot By Police Files Lawsuit Against City Of ChicagoThe father of a 19-year-old man who was shot and killed by Chicago Police early Saturday has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city, claiming college student Quintonio LeGrier posed no threat to the police officer who shot him.
DraftKings, FanDuel File Lawsuits Against Illinois Attorney GeneralThe companies argue that their contests are games of skill allowed by Illinois law. They're seeking to stop Lisa Madigan from enforcing her interpretation of the law and putting them out of business in the state.
Woman Can Seek More Than $20M In Damages In Lawsuit Over Drunken Hospital PhotosA Cook County judge has given attorneys permission to seek hefty punitive damages in a lawsuit accusing a Northwestern Memorial Hospital doctor of posting photos of a drunken patient online.
Lawsuit: Building Owner Negligence Led To Death Of Girl In Back Of The Yards FireThe mother of a girl killed in a Back of the Yards neighborhood fire in September is suing the building’s owner, alleging they were responsible for the unsafe environment that ultimately claimed the girl’s life.

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