News from December 2006
CHARLESTON - The West Virginia Consolidated Public Retirement Board is attempting to terminate the pension of a man who pled guilty to several sexual assault and abuse crimes.
CHARLESTON - A Delbarton man says the Boone County Sheriff's Department mistook him for someone else and wrongly jailed him for more than a month.
CHARLES TOWN - A Jefferson County woman says she tripped and fell while shopping at a Dollar General store and is suing.
MARTINSBURG - A month after the Martinsburg Schewel Furniture store was sued for overloading a truck, a Williamsport, Md., woman says she was hit in the head by a falling glass picture frame there.
MORGANTOWN - A Marion County woman says a chair overturned when she tried to sit in it and is blaming TJ Maxx.
CHARLESTON - A woman blames a St. Albans supermarket for not keeping its floor free from slippery substances and is suing over her alleged fall.
MORGANTOWN - A Monongalia County woman representing the estate of a man alleged to have been shot while hunting is suing the alleged shooter.
We're having fun, so it doesn't seem so long. This edition marks the anniversary of our very first here at The West Virginia Record.
Corey Taylor is the lead singer of Slipknot. HUNTINGTON - A Huntington concert promoter is suing the band Slipknot for canceling a 2001 show that he organized.
MORGANTOWN - The parents of an infant born at West Virginia University Hospitals are suing the school's board of governors and WVU Hospitals over its death.
CHARLESTON - Massey Energy's case against the Boone Circuit Court reporter has been set for a September 2007 trial.
CHARLESTON - Anyone familiar with ebay.com knows it doesn't matter that the "We Are Marshall" movie premiere is sold out -- tickets are easy to find on the Internet auction site.
Cline CHARLESTON – Reforms that West Virginia legislators enacted in a medical malpractice crisis have worked like a charm.
This courtroom in the Morgan County Courthouse was destroyed by the August fire. BERKELEY SPRINGS -– The Morgan County Commission received $500,000 from the West Virginia Courthouse Facilities Improvement Authority Friday to assist with the rebuilding efforts of the Morgan County Courthouse.