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CLARKSBURG — A couple is suing Lowe's Home Centers alleging unsafe conditions on the premises of the Lowe's store in Morgantown.
FAYETTEVILLE — A woman is suing BB&T Corporation after she claims she was injured while on the property and the bank denies the allegations in the complaint.
CLARKSBURG — A Fairmont man is suing FedEx after he claims he was wrongfully discharged from his employment with the company.
WINFIELD — Three employees are suing Personal-Touch Home Care of West Virginia for discrimination and violations of several West Virginia laws.
HUNTINGTON — A freelancing legal researcher and reporter filed three lawsuits against Cabell County officials for failing to provide documents he requested under the Freedom of Information Act and for the way he was treated at the Cabell County Courthouse.
NEW CUMBERLAND — A freelancing legal reporter and researcher is suing the Hancock County Sheriff's Office for failing to relinquish information requested by a Freedom of Information Act request.
MORGANTOWN — As the partial government shutdown continues, a lawsuit filed by the National Air Traffic Controllers Association was dealt a tough blow by Federal Judge Richard J. Leon when he refused to issue an order for union members to stay home from work.
HUNTINGTON — Nitro Construction Services filed a lawsuit against Stevenson Crane Service alleging breach of warranty over a forklift.
PETERSBURG — A West Virginia worker won a settlement from United Steelworkers Local 1017 after she claimed it committed unfair labor practices and filed a claim with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
HUNTINGTON — A former Huntington High School teacher who was fired for making racially charged tweets is suing the Cabell County Board of Education and the state superintendent of schools for violating her civil rights.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia House of Delegates filed a petition Tuesday with the U.S. Supreme Court asking the court to review the decision from October when the state Supreme Court halted impeachment proceedings in the state Senate.
CHARLESTON — The grandparents of a child born addicted to opioids is suing Purdue Pharma and other drug manufacturers for the child's suffering after birth.
WHEELING — A man is suing Tug Hill Operating LLC for failing to an oil and gas well on his property.
ELKINS — Ten lawsuits were filed against Ocwen Loan Servicing alleging it violated West Virginia law by sending numerous letters and notices that threatened to asses them unlawful fees.
CHARLESTON — The town of Gauley Bridge is suing drug manufacturers for the opioid crisis that has ravaged West Virginia and the rest of the country.