CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals is expected to hear arguments in the fall regarding the state's right-to-work law after Attorney General Patrick Morrisey filed a notice of appeal last month with the court.
- Judge signs order allowing every state agency to be named as a defendant in payroll case
- Woman blames Kanawha County doctor for husband's death, saying he failed to diagnose cancer
- Belle woman says Fifth Third Bank cashed insurance checks without signature
- Attorney sues dry cleaner for refusing to return clothing
- Estate says Putnam County Bank's actions caused business owner to take his own life
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