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McGraw says settlement must be enforced

McGraw CHARLESTON -- West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw has filed a lawsuit against the owners of a used auto dealership in Beckley to enforce the terms of a settlement agreement.

CONSOL might face lawsuit over Dunkard Creek water pollution

MORGANTOWN -- Environmentalists are planning to sue CONSOL Energy in hopes to stop the ongoing water pollution violations that have been blamed for a massive fish kill in Monongalia County.

Couple sues Kanawha Home Hardware for injuries

CHARLESTON -- A woman and her husband are suing Kanawha Home Hardware after she fell on the premises and was injured.

Couple sues Ntelos, others for violations of Consumer Credit and Protection Act

CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha County couple is suing Ntelos, Telecheck Services and TRS Recovery Services for violations of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act.

Man sues Central Van & Storage, Lowe's for injuries

CHARLESTON -- A Charleston man is suing Central Van & Storage and Lowe's Home Centers after he was injured.

Couple sues Charleston OB-GYN Associates for child's death

CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha County couple is suing Charleston OB-GYN Associates for negligence after their child died.

McGraw, CMS spar over disputed settlement funds

McGraw CHARLESTON -- West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw and the federal Medicaid agency traded barbs recently when responding to each others' motions for summary judgment in a dispute over settlement funds.

Couple sues GM for vehicle non-conformities

CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha County couple is suing General Motors after they claim the company did not conform to a vehicle warning.

Scott Depot couple sues CAMC for negligence

CHARLESTON -- A Scott Depot couple is suing Charleston Area Medical Center for medical malpractice and negligence.

Man sues Suzuki, Casto Motorcycle Sales for breach of warranty

CHARLESTON -— A man is suing American Suzuki Motor Corporation and Casto Motorcycle Sales for breach of warranty.

Marmet woman sues Robin Land Company after tree falls on vehicle

CHARLESTON -- A Marmet woman is suing Robin Land Company after she and her daughter were injured by a fallen tree that was owned by the company.

Former employee sues Mannon & Gray Co. for wrongful termination

CHARLESTON -- A former employee is suing Mannon & Gray Co. after she claims she was wrongfully terminated from her employment.

Couple sues Speed Mining, Patriot Coal for injuries

CHARLESTON -- A Princewick man and his wife are suing Speed Mining and Patriot Coal after he was injured while working at the American Eagle Mine.

Wrongful termination suit against former Wood prosecutor dismissed

RIPLEY - Finding that most of the allegations were based on "speculation and conjecture" a judge has dismissed a wrongful termination suit against the former Wood County prosecutor.

New judge for Fourth Circuit

Keenan RICHMOND - Virginia Supreme Court Justice Barbara Milano Keenan has been unanimously approved by the U.S. Senate and will become the next judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.

Order will impact asbestos verdicts

Wilson CHARLESTON -- An order filed Wednesday will ensure asbestos plaintiffs don't get paid twice for the same alleged injuries.

PERSONNEL FILE: Two promoted to members at Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso

Glyptis CHARLESTON -- Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso is pleased to announce that Phillip T. Glyptis & J. Dustin Dillard have been promoted to members.

SBA, W.Va. SCORE to sponsor free Webinar on social media marketing

CHARLESTON -– The U.S. Small Business Administration and West Virginia SCORE, Counselors to America's Small Businesses, is sponsoring the free webinar "Social Media Marketing for Small Business" from noon to 1 p.m. on March 12 and April 9.

Bloom called to serve jury duty

Bloom CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha Circuit judge has been summoned for jury duty and intends to serve.

THEIR VIEW: Key groups must united behind economic growth

CHARLESTON -- The national recession and new challenges facing key business sectors in West Virginia have resulted in the loss of nearly one of every 10 jobs in our state.