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  • Used car business alleges buyers owe $192,000

    KINGWOOD — A Morgantown used automobile dealer is suing a trucking company, alleging breach of an agreement in failing to pay more than $192,000.

  • Former student sues Marshall for mishandling sexual assault

    CHARLESTON — A former Marshall University student is suing the school after she claims the university mishandled an investigation into an alleged sexual assault.

  • Settlement reached in WVU sexual assault lawsuit

    CLARKSBURG – A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit against West Virginia University alleging a former student was sexually assaulted and the school mishandled her report of the rape.

  • Texas woman sues City of Westover for sister’s wrongful death

    MORGANTOWN – A Texas woman is suing the City of Westover after she claims it is responsible for her sister’s wrongful death.

  • Woman sues WVU BOG for allowing attacker to remain a student

    CLARKSBURG – A woman is suing the West Virginia University Board of Governors after she claims the school allowed her attacker to remain a student after she was sexually assaulted.

  • WVU student sues another student over alleged January assault

    MORGANTOWN – A Lewis County woman and student at West Virginia University is suing another student she claims assaulted her.

  • WVU fraternity files motion to dismiss in pledge death case

    MORGANTOWN – Kappa Sigma Fraternity has filed a motion to dismiss in a lawsuit alleging it and multiple other defendants were responsible for the hazing and death of a fraternity pledge. Kappa Sigma also filed a memorandum of law in support of its motion to dismiss, or in the alternative, motion for summary judgment. Kappa claims the plaintiffs failed to state a claim upon which relief can be granted, according to the memorandum. Kappa says it owed no duty to the plaintiffs on the night of th

  • New York family sues WVU, fraternity for son's death

    MORGANTOWN – A New York family is suing West Virginia University after they claim a fraternity is responsible for their son's death due to hazing. Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Kappa Sigma Fraternity Gamma-Phi Chapter, Kappa Sigma House Asociation, Jordan Hankins, Richard Schwartz, Thomas Richey, Linda Richey and 20 unknown, unnamed individuals were also named as defendants in the suit, which was filed Oct. 8 in Monongalia Circuit Court. Hankins, a member of Kappa Sigma, was the Grand Master of Cere