Students Take Action After ParklandA teenager who took five bullets in the Florida school mass shooting has become the first victim of the Valentine's Day rampage to file a lawsuit.
Flint Plans to Take the State of Michigan to Court Over Decision to Stop Water DistributionThe city of Flint plans to take the State of Michigan to court over the water crisis. This comes just 10 days after Governor Rick Snyder announced that the state was shutting down water distribution centers throughout the city.
Michigan State says Counseling Center Acted Appropriately When Rape was ReportedMichigan State University says the woman accusing three former basketball players of a 2015 sexual assault was treated appropriately by the school's Counseling Center, and the school says it has found no evidence that she was discouraged from making a Title IX complaint or a complaint to police.
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.
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."
Jury Awards $11,500 To Michigan Prisoner In Retaliation CaseA jury has awarded $11,500 to a Michigan prisoner who said his TV and typewriter were damaged and medication was withheld by guards during a sudden transfer.
4 Women Sue Detroit Free Press In Pay Discrimination LawsuitFormer and current staff members allege in Friday's complaint that the newspaper underpaid them because they're women.
Michigan Sued After Gay Couples Are Rejected For AdoptionAllowing agencies to discriminate could be the difference "between a child finding a permanent loving home or staying in the system," attorney Jay Kaplan said.
'Emotion' Not Fact: Court Overturns Child Abuse ConvictionJudge Elizabeth Gleicher says it's a case "built on emotion rather than fact or law."
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.
University Of Texas Sued For Removing Confederate StatuesThe Sons of Confederate Veterans filed the lawsuit Wednesday, three days after the statues were quickly taken down following a late-night order from University President Greg Fenves.