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Daily Archives: July 30, 2012
CHARLESTON — Four more Mountain State University students have filed lawsuits against the school after it failed to keep them informed when the nursing program lost its accreditation.
CHARLESTON — A former professor is suing Mountain State University after she claims she was fired for informing students about the school’s accreditation problems.
CHARLESTON — A former employee is suing City Holding Company after she claims she was wrongfully discriminated against and fired from her job.
CHARLESTON -– Attorney General Darrell McGraw has announced that a Kanawha Circuit judge has ordered three payday lenders to appear in court to answer McGraw’s allegations of contempt.
VIENNA – An independent panel of scientists has now linked exposure to PFOA — a chemical used in making non-stick coatings — to thyroid disease and ulcerative colitis in humans. Read More
CLARKSBURG – One of the largest family-owned dairies in the United States is asking that a personal injury lawsuit filed against it now be moved to a federal court. Read More