MARTINSBURG — The city of Charles Town is suing drug manufacturers and distributors it claims played a part in the opioid epidemic in the state.
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CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has sided with the Morgan Circuit Court on a case involving a writ of prohibition filed by the state after a man requested deferred adjudication in a driving under the influence offense.
WILMINGTON, Del. — A lawsuit has been filed in Delaware involving a company that owns two West Virginia casinos. The lawsuit, which was filed in the Chancery Court of Delaware last week, involves a sports betting controversy that impacted Wheeling Island Casino and Racetrack in Wheeling and Mardi Gras Casino in Nitro, according to MetroNews.
CHARLESTON — A hearing has been scheduled for June in a case challenging where Gov. Jim Justice resides.
CHARLESTON — U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart announced Wednesday that his office partnered with several other law enforcement groups to charge 60 medical professionals for illegally prescribing and distributing opioids.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia dropped five spots on an annual economic competitiveness survey by the American Legislative Exchange Council.
BECKLEY — The mother and grandparents of a Raleigh County child are suing the Raleigh County Board of Education after they claim the school interfered with their home lives and caused stress for the child.
CHARLESTON — The United State's Attorney's Office issued a subpoena to the West Virginia Department of Commerce for all communications regarding The Greenbrier.
Attorney Rusty Webb of Charleston-based Webb Law Centre is working to help former students of a now-closed for-profit Indiana college get the money they deserve after the school closed and failed to timely inform the students that the school would be closing.
BLUEFIELD — A physician is suing the City of Princeton and Princeton Community Hospital after she claims the hospital ousted her due to her beliefs on medically necessary abortions and the use of certain drugs to treat opiate-addicted patients.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia continues a fight against several asphalt companies it claims drove up the price of asphalt in the state and suppressed competition.
Honda dealer accused of negligence in 2 more lawsuits for approving loans for allegedly unqualified customers
BECKLEY — John Howerton Honda was named in two more lawsuits alleging it was negligent in allowing vehicle sales to go through that should not have.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled that two appeals in a case against the city of Shepherdstown lacked merit.
BECKLEY – A Bluefield woman is suing the Bluefield Daily Telegraph claiming she was sexually assaulted by a co-worker and then fired from her job.
CHARLESTON — A former Workers' Compensation Office employee pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor harassment by an electronic communication device charge after she allegedly sent a fake Facebook message in an attempt to have Chief Administrative Law Judge Rebecca Roush removed from office.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled that former Belle police chief Darrick Cox was rightfully terminated from his position after an investigation.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals recently vacated a Berkeley County Circuit Court ruling regarding a dispute over zoning jurisdiction between the City of Martinsburg and the Berkeley County Council.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals recently said the Berkeley County Circuit Court rightfully dismissed a couple's nuisance claim against a gun range for injunctive relief but the couple could still pursue a nuisance claim for monetary damages.
WINFIELD – Software Computer Group, based in Putnam County, is suing Pinnacle Environmental Consultants for allegedly failing to pay the remaining balance on its account for goods and services.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled that an excessive force lawsuit can continue in Kanawha Circuit Court.