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W.Va. Veterans Affairs educates attorneys on legal issues involving veterans

Hanna Nakano Nov. 18, 2015, 11:50am

In observance of Veterans Day of Service this year, attorneys with West Virginia Veterans Affairs teamed up with the West Virginia State Bar to help attorneys prepare to better serve veterans in the mountain state.

WVU School of Law employee selected for national leadership role

Hanna Nakano Nov. 2, 2015, 10:24am

Rosalind Lister will serve the remaining 18-months of a term as the regional representative for the NALP’s Southeast Region.

W.Va. Farm Bureau cautiously hopeful about block on new EPA water rule

Hanna Nakano Oct. 14, 2015, 12:02pm

CHARLESTON – Members of the West Virginia Farm Bureau are cautiously hopeful after courts blocked the Environmental Protection Agency from enforcing a new rule that many claim far overreaches the agency’s power. The rule, known as the “Waters of the United States” rule is an extension of the Clean Water Act, and would extend the EPA’s authority to all bodies of water, from large farms to citizens’ yards.

Beckley woman sues Ollie's Bargain Outlet over alleged negligence that caused fall

Hanna Nakano Oct. 14, 2015, 10:43am

BECKLEY – A Beckley woman is suing a local discount store after she claims to have fallen and was injured on the store’s property.

Couple sues Real Estate Biz over alleged contract dispute

Hanna Nakano Oct. 14, 2015, 10:36am

BECKLEY – A couple has filed suit against a real estate business over claims that the business tried to void the real estate agreement after it was signed.

We the People program brings grant money to W.Va. teachers

Hanna Nakano Oct. 13, 2015, 10:51am

A nationwide program has awarded money to certain teachers in West Virginia to help engage and enlighten students in the mountain state.