News from January 2012
Kessler CHARLESTON - Those West Virginia officials named as defendants in a congressional redistricting lawsuit said Thursday they will ask for an immediate stay of a ruling earlier this week and seek an appeal from the U.S. Supreme Court.
Ketchum CHARLESTON – Menis Ketchum's goals for 2012 are simple: Get work done.
There's a group called the Institute for Justice (IJ) that specializes in defending the rights of entrepreneurs against arbitrary and capricious state and local lawmakers.
CHARLESTON -- A Pittsburgh, Pa., woman is suing 63 companies she claims are responsible for her mother's lung cancer and death.
CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha County woman is suing HR of Charleston after she claims it is responsible for his mother's death.
MORGANTOWN – A Monongalia County man is suing Novichenk, LLC and an individual he claims are responsible for his wife's death.
HUNTINGTON – The Cancer Treatment Center of America at Southwestern Regional Medical Center is suing a former patient it claims failed to pay more than $160,000 for medical services.
McGraw CHARLESTON - The Automotive Recyclers Association last week sent a formal letter of complaint to West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw, urging him to stop using the term "junkyard parts" when referring to recycled or salvaged auto parts.
HUNTINGTON – A former employee is suing D.L.C. Pizza after she claims it failed to pay her final wages within 72 hours of terminating her employment.
HUNTINGTON – A woman is suing Dick's Sporting Goods after she slipped and fell on its walkway at the Huntington Mall.
HUNTINGTON – A woman is suing the man who struck her with his vehicle when she was riding her bicycle.
HUNTINGTON -- A woman is suing Heritage Center after she claims the nursing home is responsible for her mother's death.