Judge: Lawsuit Over Young Immigrant's Arrest Can Go ForwardA federal judge in Seattle says a lawsuit by a Mexican man who was arrested in February, despite his participation in a program to protect those brought to the U.S. illegally as children, can go forward.
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.
Suit By 3 Who Said They Were Sold As TeensAttorneys for three women who alleged they were sold for sex on Backpage.com as teenagers say they have settled their lawsuit against the website.
Group Sues Over Navy's Plans For Training In National ForestA new lawsuit is challenging a decision by the U.S. Forest Service to let the Navy use Olympic National Forest for expanded electronic-warfare training exercises.
AP, Other Media Sue For Info From Washington State LawmakersA coalition of news organizations led by The Associated Press is suing the Washington Legislature over its assertion that state lawmakers are not required to turn over materials related to their work.
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.
Judge OKs Lawsuit Over Once-Secret Immigrant Vetting ProgramA class-action lawsuit challenging a once-secret government program that delayed immigration and citizenship applications by Muslims can move forward, a federal judge has ruled.
Accuser Of Seattle Mayor Wants To Drop Sex Abuse Lawsuit"Delvonn Heckard is only delaying his lawsuit until the mayor is out of power," Heckard's lawyer, Lincoln Beauregard, said Wednesday on Twitter.
Lawsuit Over Sidewalks Could Cost Seattle MillionsThe city of Seattle is headed toward a federal court settlement that could cost millions of dollars to make sidewalks and curb ramps more usable for people with disabilities.
Seattle Suing Trump Administration Over Sanctuary Cities Threat"Apparently the Trump administration, their war on facts has now become a war on cities," Murray said during a news conference.
Lawsuit Over Use of Barefoot Marathoner's Name is DismissedAbebe Bikila's, the legendary Ethiopian runner who won the 1960 Olympics marathon barefoot, family sued Vibram, which makes foot-glove-style shoes, seeking $15 million in damages. The family said the company didn't have permission to trademark or use the Bikila name
$60M Total Reached in Settlements For Oso Landslide SurvivorsThe survivors and families reached settlements totaling $60 million with the state and the timber company.