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CHARLESTON – A Nitro man has filed a lawsuit in response to a tire fire that occurred last week in Nitro that shut down the town for the better part of two days.
CHARLESTON – The wife and son of embattled Charleston attorney Dante DiTrapano both were arrested over the weekend by State Police.
Former state Supreme Court Justice Warren McGraw speaks at the annual Labor Day picnic in Racine in Boone County. McGraw says an April 2004 car accident in Greenbrier County is partly to blame for his loss in that year’s General Election to Brent Benjamin, according to a recently filed lawsuit.
LEWISBURG – Former state Supreme Court Justice Warren McGraw says his loss in the 2004 election was partly to blame on a vehicle accident and ensuing video footage of him “grimacing with pain” during a campaign speech.