A federal appeals court judge has declined to overturn a lower court's dismissal of a claim by former city attorney Colleen Auer that the City of Minot misused her consumer credit information. In rejecting the petition at this time, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals determined the matter is best considered on appeal at the conclusion of the lawsuit in […]
Former Russellville physician Randeep Mann, who is serving a life sentence in a Feb. 4, 2009, grenade explosion in West Memphis, received a fair trial, a federal judge said Friday in denying all 20 grounds that Mann cited in a petition seeking a new trial. The 40-page opinion written by Chief U.S. District Judge Brian Miller rejected the post-conviction peti […]
An Arkansas school district did not violate a 1992 consent decree and discriminate against black students by closing an elementary school, the Eighth Circuit ruled. A group of parents sued the Hamburg School District after the district decided to close Wilmot Elementary School in 2014 due to declining enrollment and population in the City of Wilmot.
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