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UPDATE: Loughry reports to prison in South Carolina

By Chris Dickerson | Apr 5, 2019

CHARLESTON – Former state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry has reported to a federal prison in South Carolina.

Loughry questions if evidence was sufficient in 4th Circuit appeal, hires former state Solicitor General

By Chris Dickerson | Mar 28, 2019

RICHMOND, Va. – Former state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry’s appeal questions whether there was sufficient evidence to support his February conviction on 10 federal counts of wire fraud, mail fraud and lying to federal agents.

Newspapers want federal appeals court to unseal data about opioid crisis

By Kyla Asbury | Jan 28, 2019

CHARLESTON — Two newspaper companies have filed briefs in a federal appellate court in order to obtain information involving the opioid crisis.

AFP-WV launches new guide for lawmakers

By Kyla Asbury | Jan 15, 2019

CHARLESTON —Americans for Prosperity-West Virginia have launched a new guide broken down into five sections to show West Virginia legislators the way to make the state a better place to live, work and raise a family.

Electrician sues CSX, alleges unsafe work environment

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Jan 11, 2019

An electrician is suing a common carrier operator, citing an allegedly unsafe work environment.

Locomotive engineer blames CSX Transportation for electrocution

By Bree Gonzales | Nov 26, 2018

MOUNDSVILLE — A locomotive engineer is suing a railroad operator, alleging violation of the Federal Employer's Liability Act.

Americans for Prosperity-West Virginia initiative includes Mooney

By Kyla Asbury | Nov 24, 2018

CHARLESTON — Americans for Prosperity-West Virginia (AFP-WV) is seeking to bring government together as part of its latest campaign to encourage lawmakers, business leaders and others to work together to solve society's problems.

AFP-WV aids bid to reform civil asset forfeiture policies

By Kyla Asbury | Oct 29, 2018

CHARLESTON — Americans for Prosperity-West Virginia has joined with several others in sending a letter to the Legislature seeking reform of civil asset forfeiture policies.

Americans for Prosperity launch digital ad backing Kavanaugh

By Kyla Asbury | Sep 18, 2018

CHARLESTON — Americans for Prosperity-West Virginia has launced a digital advertisement to urge Sen. Joe Manchin to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Patient accuses obstetrician of medical liability

By Bree Gonzales | Sep 18, 2018

HUNTINGTON — A Prichard woman is suing an obstetrician and gynecologist, alleging medical professional liability.

Morrisey urges Congress to fix Fentanyl loophole

By Kyla Asbury | Sep 10, 2018

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is urging Congress to fix a loophole involving Fentanyl, along with a group of 52 state and territory attorneys general.

Partnership between Attorney General, U.S. Attorney sends 14 to prison

By Kyla Asbury | Sep 10, 2018

CHARLESTON — A partnership between Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and U.S. Attorney Bill Powell attempting to rid the state of drug trafficking has secured 14 convictions since it began in 2015.

Morrisey receives U.S. Chamber endorsement in U.S. Senate race

By Chris Dickerson | Aug 30, 2018

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS – The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has endorsed West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey in his bid for the U.S. Senate.

Woman alleges Bluefield Regional Medical Center failed to evaluate fall risk

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Aug 29, 2018

PRINCETON – A woman alleges she fell and broke multiple teeth while being treated at Bluefield Regional Medical Center.

Greear says he enjoys first weeks of judgeship, hopeful about November

By Kyla Asbury | Aug 25, 2018

CHARLESTON — Kanawha Circuit Judge Dan Greear says he has enjoyed his first several weeks on the bench while learning the ropes.

Morrisey: Disability fraud unit exceeds $11 million in savings

By Kyla Asbury | Aug 25, 2018

CHARLESTON — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey says his disability fraud partnership has reached more than $11 million in total savings in the two years since it began.

EPA proposes to relax power plants carbon emission limits

By Kyla Asbury | Aug 23, 2018

CHARLESTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a new rule called Affordable Clean Energy that will relax carbon emission limits on power plants.

Trump praises Morrisey, new EPA proposal on coal plants during W.Va. visit

By Chris Dickerson | Aug 22, 2018

CHARLESTON – President Donald Trump made another visit to West Virginia as the Environmental Protection Agency proposed a rule to ease carbon emission limitations on power plants.

AG's office reaches $890K settlement with vehicle leasing company

By Chris Dickerson | Aug 16, 2018

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office has reached a settlement valued at nearly $900,000 to resolve allegations that a leasing company unlawfully repossessed motor vehicles and made misrepresentations regarding credit repair.

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