CHARLESTON – The state Bureau of Employment Programs, Unemployment Compensation Division has brought suit against a Parkersburg-based company for failing to file reports and pay taxes.
CHARLESTON – The judges in Kanawha Circuit Court have asked the Circuit Clerk and County Commission for an $8,000 raise for entry-level deputy circuit clerks.
Melinda L. Pollock vs. G&G Builders
CHARLESTON – A bill that has been introduced in both houses of the West Virginia Legislature would limit certain asbestos claims.
HUNTINGTON – A United States District Judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by Dr. John A. King against Putnam General Hospital.
WINFIELD – A Jackson County woman claims a Putnam County contractor didn't provide a safe workplace, and seeks damages after being injured on the job.
Jack Whittaker CHARLESTON – Powerball winner Jack Whittaker is suing a Beckley woman he hired to run a used car lot for him, claiming she defrauded the company out of thousands of dollars.
CHARLESTON – The executor of the estate of a Charleston attorney seeks nearly $700,000 from the firm in which the lawyer was an equity partner.
CHARLESTON – A Logan County woman says a hair care salon company refused to even give her a job application because she is black.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has sued Ford Motor Company over a defective seatbelt that she says caused her severe injuries in an accident.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman blames a Charleston hotel after she fell on the icy parking lot.
CHARLESTON – Kim Aaron has been named chief magistrate of Kanawha County.
CHARLESTON – A couple says negligent readings of pap smears led to a late diagnosis of her cancer and her inability to have more children.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston man seeks $250,000 from a South Charleston family from a 2004 automobile accident.
CHARLESTON – The family of a Sissonville man who killed himself in 2004 says his psychiatrist didn't properly treat him.
House Speaker Bob Kiss CHARLESTON – A Charleston attorney says he has no beef with House Speaker Bob Kiss personally. But Harry Deitzler, a partner in the law firm of Hill, Peterson, Carper, Bee & Deitzler PLLC, says he does have questions about Kiss's residency because of what it could mean to the state.
Attorney General Darrell McGraw CHARLESTON -- Attorney General Darrell McGraw's office says changes to the state workers' compensation system mean it needs more money to operate.