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POINT PLEASANT – Six West Virginia workers say the Mason County Board of Education illegally cut their pay.
ELKINS – Summit Church and the owners of the property that it uses for Sunday services are suing the Randolph County Development Authority after they claim it is violating the U.S. Constitution by refusing to let the owners sell the property to the church.
WHEELING – An Ohio County judge has approved an $18 million settlement in a wrongful death lawsuit arising from an explosion in Tyler County in 2013. Last month, an order approving settlement was filed in Ohio Circuit Court by Circuit Judge David J.
FAYETTEVILLE – A McDowell County woman is suing her former employer, a West Virginia tungsten carbide products manufacturer, after allegedly being fired following acquiring a disability.
ST. MARYS – A pair of Florida plaintiffs are suing after they say the defendants were unjustly enriched from their trespassing on the plaintiffs' property.
KINGWOOD – A gas company is suing over non-payment of gasoline delivered in 2014 to two different states.
PHILIPPI – A West Virginia heavy equipment sale and leasing company is suing a West Virginia construction company and its owner over an unpaid balance for services.
MOOREFIELD – A West Virginia woman is suing her former employer and supervisor after they fired her twice.
PRINCETON – A West Virginia woman is suing over claims that her former employer did not pay its discharged employees in a timely manner.
MOOREFIELD – A Scott Depot corporation is suing over an unpaid amount due on contract work it completed, citing breach of contract, unjust enrichment, intentional misrepresentation and theft of services.