Albright CHARLESTON -- A Braxton County Magistrate should be paid while on suspension for allegedly helping her son set up a jail inmate for retaliation, two state Supreme Court Justices say in a dissenting opinion.
News from July 2007
Carter CHARLESTON – A state agency has taken another step into the information age by placing decisions made by its administrative law judges online.
WELLSBURG - A Brooke County woman filed a suit against the city of Wellsburg after she fell on a sidewalk in the town.
MORGANTOWN - A Marion County couple has filed a medical malpractice suit against a Monongalia County hospital and the physician who delivered their son.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Physicians' Mutual Insurance Company has started paying off a $24 million state loan, 28 years ahead of schedule.
CHARLESTON - Charleston attorney and former House of Delegates member Dan Greear filed pre-candidacy papers July 2 to begin the process of running for Kanawha Circuit Court judge.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County woman filed a suit against a local medical center and the City of Charleston after she fell in an alley maintained by the city and the center.
HUNTINGTON - A Kanawha County couple has filed a personal injury suit against a national home improvement center after the woman was injured when a box fell on her at the store.
CHARLESTON -- On July 9, the computer servers for the West Virginia court system will be changed.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against her landlords after she was injured when sewage from the apartment above her leaked into her eye.
CHARLESTON - A Greenbrier County couple filed a suit against a local physician and his medical office, claiming they are victims of medical malpractice.
McGraw CHARLESTON - State Attorney General Darrell McGraw, unhappy with the company's practices, recently reached an agreement with DIRECTV that will offer refunds to more than 1,000 consumers.
CHARLESTON - The City Council of Dunbar has filed a lawsuit against, among others, the mayor and the town clerk claiming their actions are illegal after the mayor changed the pay of city department heads from salary to hourly.
CHARLESTON - Kanawha Circuit Court Judge Irene Berger ruled in favor of the defendants in the case of Coal River Mountain Watch against the Department of Transportation.
CHARLESTON - A group of West Virginia University Tech supporters have filed a lawsuit, seeking a writ of mandamus to halt the school from being merged with West Virginia University until a satisfactory long-term plan can be developed.
CHARLESTON - A Barbour County man has filed a lawsuit against International Coal Group after a slab of roof rock fell on him while he was working at the Sago Mine.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against the managers of a local high-rise public housing development after she was injured in the hallway of one of the buildings.
MARTINSBURG - A Berkeley County man has filed a suit against a local business, claiming he fell and was injured while performing business.
Starcher CHARLESTON – Pharmacies do not provide health care, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has decided.
Bubba has been rewired twice - most recently last year after The Media Center acquired it. Bubba's equipment was upgraded from analog to digital. CHARLESTON -- The Media Center is in the business of getting out a message.