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Woman says Marshall denied her degree because of sexual orientation

Kyla Asbury Aug. 30, 2016, 1:21pm

CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Marshall University Board of Governors after she claims it denied issuing her degree based on her sexual orientation.

Bank of America sues Putnam Co. attorney for nearly $30,000

Kyla Asbury Aug. 30, 2016, 1:17pm

WINFIELD – Bank of America is suing attorney Frank M. Armada after it claims he owes nearly $30,000.

Woman says Wheeling Jesuit professor wouldn't accommodate her learning disability

Kyla Asbury Aug. 30, 2016, 1:16pm

Woman sues Wheeling Jesuit University for professor who refused to accommodate a learning disability WHEELING – A woman is suing Wheeling Jesuit University after she claims a professor refused to follow learning disability accommodations and would yell at her.

Statoil sues Ohio County Commission for tax errors

Kyla Asbury Aug. 30, 2016, 1:07pm

WHEELING – Statoil USA Onshore Properties Inc. is suing the Ohio County Commission after it claims tax errors were made and the commission refused an application of the principle of exoneration.

Woman says surgical mishap caused injuries

Kyla Asbury Aug. 30, 2016, 1:05pm

SUMMERSVILLE – A woman is suing the City of Summersville after she claims a surgeon at Summersville Regional Medical Center caused her injuries.

Couple sues Summersville RMC, physician for surgical mistake

Kyla Asbury Aug. 30, 2016, 1:03pm

SUMMERSVILLE – A couple is suing the City of Summersville after they claim a physician made a mistake during surgery and caused damages.

POWER initiative grants aim to revitalize coal-mining areas

Andrew Burger Aug. 30, 2016, 8:01am

CHARLESTON – Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin joined representatives from the federally funded Appalachian Regional Commission and U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration in announcing $10 million in funding for nine projects aimed at revitalizing West Virginia communities suffering from the economic impacts of the coal industry downturn.

Woman blames injuries on store operator's failure to provide safe premises

Philip Gonzales Aug. 30, 2016, 7:40am

RIPLEY — A patron is suing a gas station and convenience store operator, alleging that insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries.

Fence company accused of failing to pay rent

Philip Gonzales Aug. 30, 2016, 7:39am

WINFIELD — A lessor is suing Whittington Fence Company Inc., a lessee, citing alleged breach of contract.

Woman claims credit reporting agencies, lessor violated laws

Philip Gonzales Aug. 30, 2016, 7:37am

MARTINSBURG — A woman is suing Equifax Information Services LLC, TransUnion LLC and General Motors Financial Company Inc., two consumer reporting agencies and a lessor, citing alleged violation of credit laws.

Divorced pair claim misrepresentations by loan servicer

Philip Gonzales Aug. 30, 2016, 7:32am

MOUNDSVILLE — Two people formerly married to each other are suing Citimortgage Inc., a loan servicer, citing alleged illegal fees, misrepresentations and suppressions.

Couple claim drug makers failed to provide adequate warnings

Philip Gonzales Aug. 30, 2016, 7:30am

BLUEFIELD — A married couple's lawsuit against drug manufacturing companies responsible for Nexium cites alleged breach of express and implied warranties.

Survey indicates nearly 30 percent of W.Va. members would leave union if they could

Dawn Geske Aug. 29, 2016, 1:09pm

A new survey indicates that almost 80 percent of union members in West Virginia would rather represent themselves with employers if they opted out of the union.

Man sues Affliction Holdings for breach of contract

Kyla Asbury Aug. 29, 2016, 11:00am

BECKLEY – A Beckley man is suing Affliction Holdings LLC after he claims it breached its contract with him and caused him damages.

West Virginia, New Hampshire senators urge National Guard to change apportionment of counterdrug funds

Andrew Burger Aug. 29, 2016, 10:59am

West Virginia's Republican U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito and Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire recently joined in calling on the National Guard to change the way it apportions funds to address drug abuse epidemics in U.S. states.

Some workers in West Virginia bite on Right to Work legal aid offer

Carrie Salls Aug. 29, 2016, 10:59am

CHARLESTON – The National Right to Work Foundation’s offer to provide free legal aid to any employees seeking to assert their rights under a new Right to Work law has drawn interest in West Virginia.