News from March 2007
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County man has filed a suit against his former employer, claiming he was forced to resign because of an intolerable workplace environment.
CHARLESTON - A Charleston attorney facing third-degree felony charges in Ohio has had his law license suspended.
CHARLESTON -- Gov. Joe Manchin still is seeking nominations for the 2007 Governor's Service Awards.
MORGANTOWN -- Just over a year after the Sago Mine disaster brought international attention to the issue of coal mine safety, some progress has been made toward protecting miners.
Davis CHARLESTON -- West Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice Robin Jean Davis on Monday, March 19, will sign an Administrative Order establishing West Virginia's West Central Drug Court Diversion Program to serve Doddridge, Jackson, Pleasants, Ritchie, Wirt and Wood counties.
CHARLESTON -- OK, let me heap some praise first for the House leadership before I head down the road of criticism.
Micronesia's flag CHARLESTON – A law clerk recently hired by state Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher has more than a pardon in his past.
MARTINSBURG - An inmate in Eastern Regional Jail has filed an injunction against the jail seeking to exercise his Constitutional rights.
WHEELING - An inmate in Mount Olive Correctional Center has filed a writ of habeas corpus seeking to be transferred to Northern Regional Jail and being re-sentenced.
MORGANTOWN - A class-action lawsuit has been filed against a clinical and pharmacologic research company in Monongalia County, claiming the company failed to pay federal taxes for its employees.
CHARLES TOWN - The owner of a Monongalia County business has filed a lawsuit against people who used to work for him, claiming they are guilty of felony embezzlement.
HUNTINGTON - An Ohio man who was employed by CSX Transportation has filed a suit against the company, claiming substances he came in contact with while employed by CSX have cause serious illnesses.