MOUNDSVILLE - An Ohio County woman says she was not hired by Consolidation Coal Company because of her gender.
CHARLES TOWN - A Shepherdstown woman says the Shepherdstown Police Department unlawfully arrested her while using excessive force in a recently filed lawsuit.
MORGANTOWN - A Westover man says he was attacked, beaten and ran over outside his home and is suing the man responsible.
MARTINSBURG - The parents of a 10-year-old girl who was hit by a car while riding her bike are suing the driver and the housing development at which the incident occurred and are seeking $5 million.
MOUNDSVILLE - A Moundsville man says he was fired from his job at ConocoPhillips Services for reporting the unsafe driving of a coworker and because of his age.
Darrell McGraw CHARLESTON - State Attorney General Darrell McGraw reached a settlement agreement with a Massachusetts credit counseling company that was charging more interest than allowed by West Virginia law.
Margaret Workman CHARLESTON - When her attire was questioned, former state Supreme Court Justice Margaret Workman probably wondered if her black judge's robe had a giant red-and-white bull's-eye on the back.
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Chuck Yeager The first man to break the speed of sound, West Virginia favorite son Chuck Yeager has filed suit against his children accusing them of diverting his pension funds.
American Electric Power Inc. could locate its first electricity-generating coal gasification plant in Mason County because of funding glitches in Ohio.
CHARLESTON -- Gov. Joe Manchin met recently with representatives of a Russian trade delegation visting West Virginia to discuss economic trade opportunities with companies based in the Mountain State.
MORGANTOWN -- West Virginia University Mining Extension still has openings in a new miner training class that begins Monday, June 12, at its training facility at Dolls Run near Morgantown .
Jerry Mezzatesta CHARLESTON - Special Judge C. Reeves Taylor ordered Tuesday that former House Education Chairman Jerry Mezzatesta to pay a $2,000 fine he incurred for violating ethical guidelines.
Saad HUNTINGTON -- Abraham J. Saad has joined the Labor Department of Steptoe & Johnson PLLC practicing in the firm's Huntington office as an associate.
Jack Whittaker CHARLESTON - Powerball winner Jack Whittaker is suing two women and their business over a group of condominiums he purchased from them.
CHARLESTON - A recently filed lawsuit alleges a nurse gave a woman with muscular dystrophy in her hands a hot cup of coffee, which then spilled.
CHARLESTON - A Lincoln County man says he was assaulted during a trip to George's Lounge in Kanawha City.
CHARLESTON - A St. Albans woman fired from her claims adjuster job is claiming she was discriminated against because of her race and gender.