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  • Supreme Court reinstates lawsuit involving pit bull attack, death

    CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has reinstated a lawsuit against a dog warden by the widow of a man who was fatally mauled by pit bulls while taking a walk in 2009.

  • Family of teen killed by Trooper sues State Police

    CHARLESTON – The family of an 18-year-old shot and killed by a State Trooper is suing the office and the West Virginia State Police for their son's death. Michele L. Hill and Robert E. Hill Jr. and their deceased son, Timothy Hill, lived in the same neighborhood as Senior Trooper B.D. Gillespie, near Kegley and, during the years prior to the homicide, Gillespie had taken a particular interest in Timothy Hill's behavior, according to a complaint filed Nov. 3 in Kanawha Circuit Court.

  • Logan Co. man accuses Weatherford Artificial Lift Systems of retaliatory discharge

    CHARLESTON – A Logan County man is suing Weatherford Artificial Lift Systems after he claims he was retaliated against and wrongfully terminated from his employment. Jason Little also was named as a defendant in the suit. Eric E.