'I Want My Life Back'; Framed For 1993 Murder, Robert Bouto Sues City, Disgraced Former CPD Detective Reynaldo GuevaraRobert Bouto spent nearly 23 years in prison for murder after disgraced former Chicago Police Det. Reynaldo Guevara framed him for a fatal shooting in 1993, and now Bouto is hoping the man who put him behind bars ends up there himself.
Boeing Shareholder Lawsuit Accuses Company Of Misleading Investors About 737 Max JetsA Boeing shareholder is suing the aerospace giant, claiming the company defrauded investors by not disclosing the safety issues of its now-grounded 737 Max aircraft.
Amazon Sues Chicago Business For Allegedly Taking Part In Work-From-Home Job ScamAmazon is suing a Chicago business for allegedly taking part in a scheme involving an online ad promising money to work for Amazon from home. 
Illinois Among Six States Suing USDA Over Changes To School Lunch StandardsIllinois is among six states suing the U.S. Department of Agriculture over claims officials weakened nutritional standards for school lunches. 
Woman Sues Weather Channel Over Storm Chaser Son's DeathThe suit, filed in federal court in Lubbock, contends that the network knew of the reckless driving habits of Williamson and Yarnall, who also died in the crash.
Family To Sue CPD Over Wrongful Raid; Claiming Police Pointed Guns At Children, Didn't Promptly Provide WarrantA South Side family will file a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city of Chicago on Tuesday, accusing police officers of pointing guns at children and terrorizing the family when they raided the wrong home last month.
Matt Haller, 45, Is First Litigant To Pass Away After Filing A Lawsuit Against Sterigenics: 'To Think This Company Could Have Literally Been Behind My Death Is Shocking'He battled cancer and fought to get the word out about a dangerous chemical coming from a plant near his home. Matt Haller lost his fight against cancer, but before he died, he wanted to share a message with CBS 2's Dave Savini.
MillerCoors Sues Anheuser-Busch Over Super Bowl Corn Syrup Ad CampaignBeer giant MillerCoors is suing rival brewer Anheuser-Busch over what the makers of Miller Lite claim is a "false and misleading advertising campaign" that began during this year's Super Bowl.
MillerCoors Sues Anheuser-Busch Over Corn Syrup AdsChicago-based MillerCoors says Anheuser-Busch is preying on health conscious consumers who have negative connotations of corn syrup, sometimes confusing it with the high-fructose corn syrup in sodas.
Lawsuit: Harvard Profits From Early Photos Of Slaves
Court Tosses $4 Million Copyright Award Against ZillowZillow faced a 2015 lawsuit from Rosemont, Illinois-based VHT, the nation's largest professional real estate photography studio. VHT said Zillow's use of its photos violated VHT's copyright.
Prison Mental Health Center Groundbreaking Set For MondayThe $150 million center will be 180,000 square feet (16,700 square meters) and serve both men and women. It will employ more than 400 people including physicians, nurse practitioners, psychologists and correctional treatment officers.
Lawsuit: Chicago Homeless Shelters Lack AccessibilityThe lawsuit is seeking to have the shelter program and its partner organizations improve accessibility for those with disabilities.
Women's National Soccer Team Players Sue For Equitable Pay"We believe it is our duty to be the role models that we've set out to be and fight to what we know we legally deserve. And hopefully in that way it inspires women everywhere."
Woman Says Illinois Speaker Madigan Didn't Act On ComplaintsAlaina Hampton's lawsuit against Madigan's campaign committees and the state Democratic Party contends that Travis Shea faced no repercussions for complaints against him by two women and that he continued to work on Madigan's staff for two years.