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AG's office reaches $13 million settlement with CashCall

Nov. 25, 2015, 12:10pm by

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office has reached a $13 million settlement with CashCall, Inc., a non-bank private lender found to have engaged in abusive debt collections. The settlement, which was finalized last week in Kanawha Circuit Court, requires CashCall to make an immediate $10 million lump sum payment. more...

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LOGAN – A Logan County man is suing his former employer over claims of discriminatory and retaliatory actions.

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LOGAN – A Kentucky supply company is suing a West Virginia freight shipping company over an unpaid balance for sold goods.

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LOGAN – Two Logan County women are suing a medical practice over claims it failed to pay its laid off employees and employees who quit in a timely manner.

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NEW CUMBERLAND – The mayor of Chester says the dereliction of duty charges leveled at him by five city council members violate procedural rules and are thus invalid.

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RIPLEY – A Given couple says the modular home they ordered from The Commodore Corp. and D&W Estates is both structurally and cosmetically defective, and fails to meet West Virginia structural codes.

Inmate says Charleston officers used racial slurs, excess force

Nov. 24, 2015, 9:20am by

CHARLESTON – An Ohio County Correctional Complex inmate says Charleston police officers harassed him with racial epithets and manhandled him during two arrests.

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MARLINTON – A Randolph County man says he suffered injuries when a truck full of logs collided with the train on which he was a passenger.

Wyoming Co. miner accuses coal mines of harmful safety violations

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PINEVILLE – A former coal miner says violations of safety rules by Big River Mining and other previous employers subjected him to harmful coal and silica dust.