CHARLESTON – Democratic leaders of the House of Delegates are criticizing spending and practices in Secretary of State Mac Warner’s office, even calling for his impeachment.
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Federal and state officials accuse CSX Transportation of several environmental torts in response to oil spilled from a derailed train.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston attorney who is seeking a seat on the state Supreme Court has filed a legal challenge to Gov. Jim Justice’s temporary appointments to the court and to Evan Jenkins’ qualifications to being a justice.
Summer break’s over, and it’s back-to-school time. How better to celebrate than with a pop quiz?
HUNTINGTON — An inmate is suing West Regional Jail, several staff members and the Correctional Facility Authority over alleged violations of constitutional rights, claiming she was assaulted and injured.
HUNTINGTON — The federal government and the State of West Virginia are suing a steel manufacturing company, alleging failure to protect the public.
CHARLESTON — The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), along with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the State of West Virginia announced a tentative settlement with CSX Transportation for the train derailment that occurred in 2015.
Let’s work toward a healthier West Virginia by utilizing the great outdoors to inspire healthier lives
CHARLESTON – A Pendleton County delegate has filed a petition claiming Gov. Jim Justice isn’t upholding his duties by not living at the governor’s mansion in Charleston.
CHARLESTON – The unsealed federal indictment against state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry includes details of what federal agents learned during their investigation.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia is suing psychological services, alleging breach of duties.
CHARLESTON – Eight people have applied to fill the vacant Kanawha Circuit Court seat. The deadline to apply for the temporary position was June 4. Those who submitted applications were Dan Greear, Robert Hogan, Benjamin Mishoe, Pancho Morris, Gary Pullin, Larry Rowe and Tera Salango.
State seeks to enjoin J&J Auto Salvage from doing business in state until it obtains workers' comp coverage
CHARLESTON – The state is seeking an injunction against an employer over allegations it failed to obtain workers' compensation coverage for its employees.
CHARLESTON – Our state is rich in natural resources such as coal, gas and timber. But, some people say our best natural resource is our people. If that’s the case (and I happen to think it is), West Virginia lost one of its greatest resources last week.
CHARLESTON – A U.S. Supreme Court ruling makes sports gambling legal across the country, and West Virginia already is ahead of the game.
CHARLESTON – A veteran Charleston attorney is throwing his hat into the ring for the vacant Kanawha Circuit Court judgeship.
CLAY — The state and the executors of an estate are suing the Clay County Commission, alleging breach of duty and violation of federal law.
House Bill 4009, capping the amount of settlement funds that the state Attorney General’s office can keep in its consumer protection fund, passed both houses of the Legislature by overwhelming margins, but was vetoed by Gov. Jim Justice.
CHARLESTON – Gov. Jim Justice has vetoed a bill that would have capped the amount of settlement funds the Attorney General’s office could keep in its consumer protection fund.
CHARLESTON – After seeking permission for nearly a year, a Kanawha Family Court judge now officially can hold hearings on Saturdays.