WINFIELD – The state’s largest teacher union has joined the chorus of those seeking information from the Putnam County Board of Education regarding its decision to keep schools open during the recent two-day strike.
Another attorney files second FOIA request about Putnam schools' decision to stay open during strike
WINFIELD – Another attorney has delivered another Freedom of Information Act request to the Putnam County Board of Education.
CHARLESTON – The state Judicial Hearing Board agrees with the Judicial Investigation Commission’s recommendation regarding former state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry. The board issued its order Feb. 22, just two days after Loughry appeared before the board in a courtroom at the Wayne County Courthouse.
CHARLESTON — The Greenbrier Hotel is suing a group of insurance carriers it claims failed to pay for substantial insured losses from the 2016 flood.
WINFIELD – A former attorney for the state Supreme Court has filed a Freedom of Information Act request regarding the decision by Putnam County’s school superintendent to be the lone system in the state to keep doors open during the recent two-day teacher strike.
CHARLESTON – Former state Supreme Court Justice Menis Ketchum’s federal sentencing has been rescheduled for March 6.
CHARLESTON – A bill that would create an intermediate court of appeals is headed to the House of Delegates after barely passing the state Senate. Senate Bill 266 passed the Senate on a 17-16 vote Feb. 18. It was sent to the House of Delegates and referred to the Judiciary Committee.
FAYETTEVILLE — BB&T argues it is not at fault in a lawsuit filed against it by a customer who was injured in its Oak Hill branch last year.
LOGAN — Another lawsuit has been filed against Gov. Jim Justice's companies, this one alleging the companies owe more than $160,000 to creditors.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled that a lower court rightfully denied a motion for consolidation in a case involving two siblings, their uncle and property.
The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals agreed with Kanawha Circuit Court that a woman's handwritten will is invalid and ordered her estate to be probated as if she died intestate.
Adoptive parents are suing food merchants, citing alleged breach of implied warranties.
A child with autism is suing an education board and a teacher, citing alleged negligence, child abuse and other counts.
A Caterpillar equipment dealer is suing an excavating contractor, citing alleged breach of duty.
The Republicans designed Senate Bill 451 as straightforwardly as any protection racket. A 5 percent raise for West Virginia’s educators, inextricably linked to a series of proposals to weaken her public schools. The text of the bill explicitly stated that if any part of its “omnibus” provisions were found unconstitutional or illegal, the raise would be taken away.
The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court's decision in a lawsuit against Kroger alleging its negligence resulted a woman to fall.
A mother and son are suing property landlords, citing alleged negligence and failure to protect.
A concrete manufacturer is suing a masonry contractor, citing alleged breach of contract.
A representative is suing healthcare providers, citing alleged negligence.
An electrical service provider is suing a property owner, and its lessees and their sublesses, citing alleged breach of contract.