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CHARLESTON – A former Cross Lanes strip club wants a Kanawha County judge to overturn the decision of some county agencies and allow the club to reopen. West Virginia Country Club, doing business as The Pink Pony, says the decisions … Read More
CHARLESTON – Though no criminals charges have been filed, authorities have initiated proceedings to keep the nearly $8,000 seized in May from a New Jersey man’s hotel room in South Charleston alleging the money was used to facilitate the trafficking of illegal drugs.
Aug. 17 Barbara L. King vs. the State of West Virginia, West Virginia Department of Transportation, West Virginia Division of Highways and the city of Charleston PA – Marvin Masters; J – Zakaib * The plaintiff is suing the defendants … Read More
A piece of concrete slab that fell from this portion of the Interstate 64 bridge near Dunbar is the subject of a lawsuit filed in Kanawha Circuit Court. Clendenin resident Robert Hiskey Jr. alleges he was traumatized when the slab not only nearly killed him, but killed co-worker Jon Beatty on Aug. 22, 2007. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
CHARLESTON – An industrial accident that killed one co-worker, and nearly killed him two years ago, has prompted a lawsuit from a Kanawha County man alleging he was emotional traumatized by the incident.
A lawsuit in Kanawha Circuit Court alleges these two Charleston-area bars contributed to the death of James Scott Legg on Feb. 3. Legg’s father, Kenneth ,who filed the suit, alleges The Cold Spot in Dunbar and McNally’s Pub in Cross Lanes should have taken measures to prevent James from driving after he’d become “visibly intoxicated.” (Photos by Lawrence Smith)
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man alleges that two Charleston-area bars not only served alcohol to his underage son earlier this year, but also contributed to his death.
CHARLESTON – After 2 1/2 years in business together, a Kanawha County attorney is wanting to call it quits with his law partner.
This motel in Jefferson is where a woman alleges former State Police Trooper Derek S. Snavely first stopped her on Nov. 16 on suspicion of DUI, and later coaxed her into having sex with him at her friend’s house. The woman, who is known only as Jane Doe, filed suit against Snavely, and the State Police alleging the incident violated her civil rights. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia State Police and one if its former officers are named in a civil rights lawsuit alleging that the trooper coaxed a woman into having sex with him following a traffic stop last year.
Aug. 7 Rhonda M. Hawkins, as an individual and on behalf of others similarly situated, vs. Iovate Health Sciences; Iovate Health Sciences USA Inc.; Iovate Health Sciences Group Inc.; Iovate Health Sciences Research Inc; Iovate Health Sciences Formulations Ltd.; Muscletech … Read More
CHARLESTON – A domestic-violence murder-suicide that left three people dead in Sissonville last year is the subject of three lawsuits against the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Department. Constance K. Raines, and the estates of Gina R. Sigmond and Steven Woodall have … Read More
CHARLESTON – A former administrator at a Charleston-area community college has filed a wrongful termination suit against the college’s president.
CHARLESTON — A former West Virginia State Trooper says he was fired for telling his supervisor’s wife that her husband was cheating on her. Tom Wagner filed a lawsuit July 8 in Kanawha Circuit Court against the West Virginia State … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Putnam County man is alleging the power company is at fault for injuries he sustained when a ladder he was using came into contact with overhead wires. Jonathan West filed suit against American Electric Power in Kanawha … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Jackson County woman alleges she was injured at a Charleston-area Wal-Mart when aiding an employee collecting shopping carts. On Aug. 5, Lucille Kiser filed suit against Wal-Mart Stores East in Kanawha Circuit Court. In her complaint, Kiser … Read More
CHARLESTON — Four men are suing the Church of God, alleging they were the victims of sexual abuse at the hands of a former pastor at a church in Shrewsbury. Michael Bradley, Jose Strickland, Michael Lewis and David Mullins filed … Read More