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Woman sues Wells Fargo for foreclosure

Kyla Asbury Jul. 21, 2017, 3:14pm

CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Wells Fargo Bank after she claims it refused her house payments and is attempting to foreclose on her home.

Tara Retail Group sues WVDOH for failing to repair bridge

Kyla Asbury Jul. 21, 2017, 3:14pm

CHARLESTON – Tara Retail Group LLC is suing the West Virginia Division of Highways after it claims the DOH failed to repair the bridge to The Crossings Mall.

Magistrate resigns amid embezzlement allegations

Kyla Asbury Jul. 21, 2017, 1:55pm

CHARLESTON – Kanawha County Magistrate Julie Yeager resigned on Thursday amid embezzlement allegations.

Lawsuit alleging police seized couple’s property settled

Kyla Asbury Jul. 20, 2017, 3:01pm

KINGWOOD – A lawsuit alleging the Terra Alta Police Department wrongfully seized a couple’s property without cause and refused to return it has been confidentially settled.

Morrisey’s Disability Fraud Unit has saved nearly $6 million

Kyla Asbury Jul. 20, 2017, 1:57pm

CHARLESTON – Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s disability fraud partnership reached a new milestone—achieving nearly $6 million in total savings during its first 18 months of operation.

Former employee sues Joe Holland Chevrolet for “frat house” mentality

Kyla Asbury Jul. 20, 2017, 12:56pm

CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman is suing Joe Holland Chevrolet after she claims the business was run like a frat house and she was discriminated against based on her gender.

West Virginia Radio Corporation of Charleston says West Virginia TV & Radio failure to release deed of trust

Kyla Asbury Jul. 20, 2017, 12:54pm

CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Radio Corporation of Charleston is suing West Virginia TV & Radio Inc. for failing and refusing to release a deed of trust it has asked for since 2007.

Man sues HD Media Co. for failing to print retraction

Kyla Asbury Jul. 20, 2017, 12:52pm

HUNTINGTON – A man is suing HD Media Co. after he claims it failed to print a retraction.

Morrisey pulling in endorsements after announcing Senate run

Chris Dickerson Jul. 20, 2017, 8:00am

HARPERS FERRY – West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's U.S. Senate campaign has been endorsed by a grassroots conservative organization.

Advertising company sues municipal corporation

Philip Gonzales Jul. 20, 2017, 6:25am

Advertising company sues The City of WestonCLARKSBURG — An advertising company is suing The City of Weston, a municipal corporation, citing alleged tortious contractual interference.Lamar Outdoor Advertising filed a complaint on June 23, in the U.S.

Jenkins critical of Morrisey's NETL comments; Morrisey calls it 'desperate'

Chris Dickerson Jul. 19, 2017, 4:46pm

CHARLESTON – Evan Jenkins’ campaign for U.S. Senate is criticizing West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey for comments he made about the coal industry in a recent newspaper interview.

Woman sues Huntington City Mission for injuries

Kyla Asbury Jul. 19, 2017, 4:12pm

HUNTINGTON – A woman is suing Huntington City Mission after she claims she fell from a bunk bed ladder and was injured.

State cable companies sue over broadband law

Kyla Asbury Jul. 19, 2017, 4:03pm

CHARLESTON – West Virginia Cable Telecommunications Association, on behalf of its members, is suing the governor and the attorney general alleging the new broadband law could cause outages.

Patient blames Princeton doctor for injuries

Wadi Reformado Jul. 19, 2017, 3:54pm

PRINCETON — A Mercer County man is suing a Princeton doctor, alleging his negligence left a staple in the plaintiff's body.

Piedmont couple blames American Legion for car crash

Wadi Reformado Jul. 19, 2017, 3:54pm

KEYSER — A Piedmont couple is suing the American Legion, alleging negligence led to a motor vehicle crash that injured the plaintiffs.

Latest essay contest topic calls on Marshall students to examine controversial speakers issue

Carrie Salls Jul. 19, 2017, 3:52pm

HUNTINGTON – An anonymous benefactor’s gift started a tradition at Marshall University in 2009 that calls on students to showcase their research, debate and writing skills in an essay contest that honors retired Cabell Circuit Judge Dan O’Hanlon.

Nautilus Insurance Co. claims it has no duty to defend GC&P Development, others in suit

John Severance Jul. 19, 2017, 3:51pm

WHEELING – An insurance company alleges it has no duty to indemnify two Wheeling limited liability corporations in a suit because they misrepresented that land they owned was vacant on an insurance application.

Webb named to top 10 best attorneys in state by institute

Olivia Olsen Jul. 19, 2017, 2:53pm

CHARLESTON – Charles “Rusty” Webb of the Webb Law Centre has been selected for membership to the 10 Best Attorneys for the State of West Virginia. The honor, given by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys, is one that the Charleston-based attorney is proud to accept.

It's time for Richard Cordray to go

The West Virginia Record Jul. 18, 2017, 4:48pm

Last year, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and other state AGs expressed concern that a rule on arbitration agreements proposed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau “exceeds the CFPB's statutory authority and fails to advance consumer protection or the broader public interest [and] should be withdrawn.”

2018 GOP primary for U.S. Senate race heats up early

Hoppy Kercheval Jul. 18, 2017, 4:46pm

MORGANTOWN – West Virginia’s political migration from blue to red means the Republican Party increasingly faces prospects of contested Primary Elections. Last week, West Virginia Wesleyan Political Science Professor Robert Rupp wrote, “As recently as a decade ago the idea of a contentious Republican primary was unthinkable given the weak state of the GOP state party.”