CHARLESTON –Kanawha Circuit Court's chief judge has signed an order requiring people who have tested positive for Coronavirus to be required to wear an ankle bracelet if they refuse to self-quarantine.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court has extended the Judicial Emergency because of the Coronavirus pandemic through May 1. Also, Kanawha County officials said April the Kanawha County Judicial Annex will remain closed until at least April 27. Seven Judicial Annex employees and one spouse of an employee all have tested positive for Coronavirus.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is urging consumers to be wary of impostors claiming to work for utility companies and threaten to shut off service, even as several public utilities have suspended terminations for nonpayment during the Coronavirus pandemic.
CHARLESTON – Kanawha County Commissioner Ben Salango says he is optimistic about actions taken to stop the spread of the Coronavirus at the Kanawha County Judicial Annex. Seven employees of the building have been diagnosed, and one spouse of an employee also has tested positive.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, United States Attorney Mike Stuart for the Southern District of West Virginia and United States Attorney Bill Powell for the Northern District of West Virginia have announced the formation of the West Virginia Coronavirus Fraud Task Force to identify, investigate and prosecute fraud related to the ongoing pandemic.
HUNTINGTON – HuntPAC, the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Political Action Committee, unanimously has voted to endorse Justice Tim Armstead and Justice John Hutchison for re-election as well as Kanawha Circuit Judge Joanna Tabit to the West Virginia Supreme Court.
CHARLESTON – After a second county court employee tested positive for Coronavirus, the Kanawha County Judicial Annex has been ordered closed until further notice. And now, after a fourth Judicial Annex employee has tested positive, at least a few other employees who work in the building and some visitors are not happy about what they call a delay in notifying them about possible contamination.