Boy Scouts Revoke Badges From Child With Down Syndrome, Report SaysThe family of a Boy Scout with Down Syndrome is suing after the organization stripped their 15-year-old son of all his badges.
Alabama Sues OxyContin Maker Over Opioid EpidemicState officials are accusing OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP of deceptive marketing practices which fueled the nationwide overdose crisis.
WATCH: Fisherman Captures Destruction Of His Boat By Distracted BoaterAn Oregon fisherman, whose dramatic escape from an oncoming motorboat was caught on video, is now suing the boater for $372,500 after allegations claim the driver was talking on a cell phone during the accident.
Comcast Accused Of Charging Thousands Of Customers For Services Without ConsentAttorney General Bob Ferguson has filed an amendment to an ongoing lawsuit against the cable and internet provider, saying Comcast engaged in, "even more deceptive conduct than previously alleged."
Nevada AG And 12 Other States Suing CaliforniaThe multi state coalition is challenging a California law requiring egg producers for all eggs sold in California, even if their production facilities are located outside of California.
Woman Sues Sephora, Claims Sample Lipstick Gave Her HerpesAccording to reports, the woman was using one of the "common use" lipsticks in a Hollywood, California store back in 2015 when she was infected.
Good Samaritan Who Thwarted Starbucks Robbery Faces Possible Lawsuit From SuspectA California man who stepped in to stop an armed robbery could face legal troubles of his own.
Mom Sues Oregon Hospital For $8.6 Million After She Accidentally Suffocated Her BabyA new mother has filed an $8.6 million lawsuit against an Oregon hospital after she accidentally smothered her 4-day-old baby in a hospital bed.
TD Bank Could Pay $9 Million To Coin-Counting Machine Users In Class-Action LawsuitTD Bank customers were allegedly shortchanged by nearly 1,200 "Penny Arcade" coin-counting machines up until 2016.
AG Laxalt Reminds Eligible Provigil Users To File ClaimsNevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt is urging eligible Nevadans who feel they may be entitled to relief to file claims or express views on the Provigil settlement before the new June 25, 2017 deadline.
Vegas Police Paying $200K for Excessive Force ChargesLas Vegas police will pay $200,000 to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit filed by a Los Angeles woman who claimed permanent injury after a patrol officer allegedly slammed her to the ground during her arrest on littering and loitering charges.
Federal Lawsuit: Vegas Bus Stops Too Close to Busy RoadsA man who lost a leg at age 15 when he was struck by a vehicle as he sat on a Las Vegas bus stop bench is suing for damages, alleging that shelters are deliberately built dangerously close to busy roads.