News from October 2010
Grubb CHARLESTON –- A Charleston woman is suing an attorney over a sewer dispute.
WASHINGTON –- Mine Safety and Health Administration regulators force owners to place miners in jeopardy, Massey Energy alleges in federal court.
Maynard WILLIAMSON -- Republican challenger Spike Maynard responded to a call from attorneys for U.S. Rep. Nick Rahall's campaign ordering television stations to stop airing an ad by the former state Supreme Court justice.
West Virginians can be proud of our state's coal industry. Our mines produced more than 144 million tons of coal last year, the bulk of which is exported to other states to supply their energy needs.
CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha County man is suing J.K. Harris & Company and Professional Fee Financing Associates after he claims they engaged in deception and fraud.
CHARLESTON -- A Bluefield man is suing the West Virginia State Police after he claims he was unlawfully detained and arrested.
CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha County couple is suing General Motors and T.P. Chevrolet after they claim the vehicle they purchased was defective.
CHARLESTON -- A man is suing Ford Motor Company after he claims the vehicle he purchased was defective.
HUNTINGTON -- A Cabell County man is suing Supervalu Holdings and an unknown person after he claims he was injured while working.
WHEELING -- Six people are suing Arkema Inc. after they claim they were exposed to chemicals used in float-sink coal laboratories and related facilities.
MORGANTOWN -- A mother is suing the man she claims shot her daughter and killed her in 2008.
MORGANTOWN -- A California woman is suing Wal-mart after she claims they are responsible for injuries she sustained in one of its Morgantown stores.
McGraw RICHMOND, Va. -- The federal government is again making its argument that West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw gave the funds from a 2004 settlement to all the wrong parties.