News from February 2006

Monongalia inmate sues for unjust enrichment

By Audrey Holsclaw | Feb 9, 2006

MORGANTOWN -- A Monongalia County former business owner is seeking over a million dollars for unjust enrichment of his business partners.

Judge dismisses King's suit against Putnam General

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 9, 2006

HUNTINGTON – A United States District Judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by Dr. John A. King against Putnam General Hospital.

Bill would limit asbestos claims

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 10, 2006

CHARLESTON – A bill that has been introduced in both houses of the West Virginia Legislature would limit certain asbestos claims.

This just in: Putnam County

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 10, 2006

Melinda L. Pollock vs. G&G Builders

Kanawha circuit judges ask for pay raise for deputy clerks

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 10, 2006

CHARLESTON – The judges in Kanawha Circuit Court have asked the Circuit Clerk and County Commission for an $8,000 raise for entry-level deputy circuit clerks.

Newspaper seeks school bus video

By Audrey Holsclaw | Feb 10, 2006

MORGANTOWN -- A newspaper publishing company is suing the Monongalia County Board of Education for access to a video.

Learning from Dr. Harron

By The West Virginia Record | Feb 10, 2006

In the tragic tale that is America's affair with the fire-retarding mineral asbestos, Dr. Ray Harron of Bridgeport is one of the most villainous villains.

State sues Parkerburg company for failing to pay unemployment taxes

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 13, 2006

CHARLESTON – The state Bureau of Employment Programs, Unemployment Compensation Division has brought suit against a Parkersburg-based company for failing to file reports and pay taxes.

Woman blames employer after co-worker threatens her

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 13, 2006

CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman says her employer should have done a better job of protecting her from threats by another worker.

Charleston women want man to repay tuition money

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 13, 2006

CHARLESTON – Two Charleston women say a South Carolina man hasn't repaid them after they provided his tuition to the University of Charleston.

Man blames owners of Laidley Tower for fall

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 13, 2006

Laidley Tower CHARLESTON – A Raleigh County man is suing the owners of Laidley Tower, claiming their negligence resulted in him falling at the Charleston high-rise.

Company sues unknown computer hackers

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 13, 2006

CHARLESTON – A North Carolina company with a Charleston office is suing unnamed hackers who they say broke into their computer system.

School bus driver sues over accident

By Brandon Smith | Feb 14, 2006

WHEELING - A school bus driver is suing the driver of an automobile with which she collided in Wheeling.

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