PUTNAN COUNTY -- After their son received a fractured jaw and paralysis of his lower lip while attending Hurricane High School, an Arizona couple has filed suit against the Putnam County Board of Education and the family whose son allegedly caused the injury.
CHARLESTON – Williamson Memorial Hospital managers properly terminated a brand new employee whose special treatment upset other workers, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled on Dec. 12.
CHARLESTON – Alleging an unlawful practice of law complaint filed against him earlier this year was a ruse to silence his criticism of the state's family law system, a Hampshire County man has filed an ethics complaint against an eastern panhandle judge for abusing her authority.
Golden CHARLESTON – Now that she is gainfully employed, a Sissonville man seeks to dip into the salary a South Charleston attorney now receives at her state job for her alleged failure to file his bankruptcy case.
ELKINS – Wildlife sanctuary owner Joel Rosenthal can capture wild animals anywhere in West Virginia and rehabilitate them on his farm near Hillsboro under an agreement he reached with Division of Natural Resources director Frank Jezioro.
Cabell Huntington Hospital HUNTINGTON -- An Ironton, Ohio, woman has filed a federal suit on behalf of her deceased husband against Cabell Huntington Hospital, the Marshall University Board of Governors and two doctors, alleging her husband died after doctors failed to properly diagnose his disease.
Starcher CHARLESTON - On his way off the state Supreme Court, former Justice Larry Starcher explained why he feels an Ohio man should be able to file a lawsuit against an Illinois-based insurance company in a West Virginia court.
McGraw CHARLESTON, W.Va. - West Virginia' Darrell McGraw and eight other state attorneys general settled with insurance broker Marsh & McLennan on Monday, resolving four-year-old allegations of bid-rigging for a collective $7 million.
Benjamin WASHINGTON -- West Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice Brent Benjamin's decision not to step down from a $50 million case involving a campaign supporter is drawing input from several interested groups, including his colleagues from other states.
HARTFORD, Conn. -- New Mexico-based Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company,the maker of Natural American Spirit tobacco products, has reached an agreement with 41 states to stop distributing a promotional sign that violates the 1998 tobacco settlement.
CHARLESTON -- Picture this. A young woman, appearing to be about 13 years old, stumbles into a medical clinic. Her hair has been pulled out in places. Her clothes torn. She bleeds from her face, has scratches all over her torso, and bears bruises that are the hallmarks of sexual abuse. Her face expresses the fear that is unique to someone having just been raped by a man more than twice her age.
MARTINSBURG -– Blairton United Methodist Church and 35 Blairton community members have filed suit against two out-of-state corporations, the Berkeley County Public Service District and Berkeley County's assessor, claiming they fear eviction from their properties and a loss of water service if a 1909 lease is not reversed.
Westmoreland HUNTINGTON – A Mason County family physician is alleging that officials at Pleasant Valley Hospital conspired to harm his ability to practice medicine by revoking his staffing privileges without justification.
MARTINSBURG -– A man has filed suit against Blue Ridge Care and Rehabilitation Center on behalf of a late Berkeley County man, alleging the man died after the center's employees neglected to hydrate him and to properly care for him.