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Morrisey: Deal reached with Cabell Huntington Hospital in St. Mary’s acquisition

Jul. 31, 2015, 10:50am by Jessica Karmasek

Attorney general says agreement, filed in Cabell County Circuit Court Friday, establishes conditions to ensure Cabell's purchase of St. Mary's Medical Center complies with state and federal laws. more...

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Man sues Little Caesar's for discrimination

Jul. 31, 2015, 7:56am by Kyla Asbury

CHARLESTON - A former employee is using Little Caesar's Pizza after he claims he was discriminated against based on his sexual orientation. VDM Management Company LLC is doing business as Little Caesar's Pizza. Little Caesar's Enterprises Inc.; D.L.C.

AG: Windows technical support scam resurfacing

Jul. 30, 2015, 3:53pm by Chris Dickerson

CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has issued an alert to consumers about a new wave of phone calls from scammers claiming to work for Microsoft. He said the AG's Consumer Protection Division has received multiple reports of consumers receiving phone calls from someone claiming to be from Microsoft Windows wanting to gain access to the consumer’s computer in order to “make repairs.” The caller tells the consumer that their computer has an urgent problem or virus that

Wayne Co. man blames Target Drilling for I-64 collision

Jul. 30, 2015, 3:28pm by Kyla Asbury

HUNTINGTON – A Wayne man is suing Target Drilling Inc. after he claims he was injured in a motor vehicle accident. Robert H. Summerville also was named as a defendant in the suit.

Woman accuses Huntington Health & Rehabilitation of elder abuse

Jul. 30, 2015, 3:25pm by Kyla Asbury

HUNTINGTON - A Cabell County woman is suing Huntington Health & Rehabilitation after she claims it abused and neglected her husband. SMV Huntington LLC, SSC Huntington Operating Company LLC, SSC Submaster Holdings LLC, SSC Equity Holdings MT LLC, Savaseniorcare LLC and SSC Special Holdings LLC were also named as defendants in the suit. Seventeenth Street Associates is doing business as Huntington Health & Rehabilitation. Richard Copley was a nursing home resident of the defendants from Aug. 14

Man claims college, employee guilty of retaliatory harassment

Jul. 30, 2015, 1:30pm by Dan Harkins

MOOREFIELD -- An employee of a local college is suing the school and his supervisor, alleging retaliatory harassment after testifying at trial about previous alleged harassment.

Employer sued over allegedly discriminatory termination

Jul. 30, 2015, 1:11pm by Dan Harkins

CHARLESTON – A man who underwent three major surgeries is suing his former employer for allegedly firing him for being disabled.

AG's office warns of debit card phone scam

Jul. 29, 2015, 3:14pm by Chris Dickerson

CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is warning residents to be on alert for fraudulent phone calls that claim a person’s debit card has been deactivated. The AG's Consumer Protection Division has received several similar reports from residents regarding a debit card phone scam currently occurring across the state. According to the reports, the consumer receives a call from an unknown number and an automated voice tells them their debit card has been deactivated.

Apple Grove man sues racetrack for injuries

Jul. 29, 2015, 3:06pm by Kyla Asbury

PINEVILLE – An Apple Grove man is suing Thunder Mountain Speedway after he claims he was injured while attending an event at the speedway. On July 13, 2013, Rocky Estep was a public invitee of the speedway when he suffered a severe injury when a motor vehicle participating in a motor sport event left the race track and struck him.

Woman sues Wood Health Care Clinic for negligence

Jul. 29, 2015, 2:55pm by Kyla Asbury

MOUNDSVILLE – A Moundsville woman is suing Wood Health Care Clinic after she claims it was negligent in its care of her. Dr. Gregory Wood and Duane Bartsch, a physician's assistant, were also named as defendants in the suit. On May 19, 2014, Tracy L.

Man blames Wildcat Powersports for defective vehicle

Jul. 29, 2015, 2:49pm by Kyla Asbury

HUNTINGTON – A Mason County man is suing Wildcat Powersports after he claims the vehicle he purchased was defective. On March 14, 2014, Brent Bush entered into a purchase contract with the defendant for the purchase of a 2013 Landcaster 650 Utility, according to a complaint filed July 10 in Cabell Circuit Court. Bush claims he was told the vehicle came with a five year warranty and he was told the defendant would repair any problems with the vehicle pursuant to the warranty. After purchasing