Lisa Rickard House payment? Groceries? Investment? What would the average person do with an extra $997?
CHARLESTON – Charleston attorney Dante DiTrapano and his wife were arrested Tuesday in St. Petersburg, Fla., and charged with possession of crack cocaine.
Steve Roberts CHARLESTON – The regular session of the state Legislature is over, and the "Sunshine Act" that would have provided more legislative control over the Attorney General's office died in committee. But the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce still is running television, radio and newspaper ads urging the public to let their legislators know they care about the issue.
PARKERSBURG – A Wood County jury ruled a hospital fraudulently concealed information about a woman's death from her husband and awarded her family more than $6.5 million.
Dante DiTrapano CHARLESTON – Charleston attorney Dante DiTrapano and his wife were arrested Tuesday in St. Petersburg, Fla., and charged with possession of crack cocaine.
CHARLESTON - A South Charleston woman is claiming Union Carbide breached a settlement agreement when it offered her only $5,000 instead of the $170,000 amount upon which the two had previously agreed.
"Lawyered up and hunkered down" is how the Wall Street Journal described Harrisburg radiologist Ray Harron when he and two other asbestos and silicosis diagnosing doctors took the 5th Amendment before a congressional committee last week.
MORGANTOWN -- An insurance company is suing a Monongalia County man for its insured's loss.
WHEELING - A man is suing Circuit City Stores, Inc., DirecTV, Inc., and John Doe Contracting after his home was damaged during a satellite television system installation.
CHARLESTON - When attorney Roger Forman joined Charlotte Pritt's libel case against three Republican organizations three years ago, he was admittedly at a loss for understanding.
\CHARLESTON - After nine years, it's hard for attorney Mike Carey to pinpoint just how many hours he's spent defending three Republican groups against a libel lawsuit brought on by former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlotte Pritt.
Charlotte Pritt FAYETTEVILLE - Former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlotte Pritt lost her case Monday to have two Republican organizations who ran advertisements against her held libel for her loss in the 1996 election.
Appeal from the Circuit Court of Kanawha County
A car on West Virginia University's Personal Rapid Transit System moves people around the campus. MORGANTOWN -- The West Virginia University Personal Rapid Transit System (PRT) is still attracting worldwide attention some 30 years after it first began carrying passengers.
MORGANTOWN -- Two new West Virginia University Libraries' offerings are providing a boost to faculty and student researchers. Web of Science and Elsevier's Science Direct, among the top academic digital resources, can now be reached with just a few clicks on the WVU Libraries' Web site.