MARTINSBURG – A Berkeley County man’s four-year old lawsuit against the West Virginia State Police has come to end.
News from February 2013
Famed social scientist James Q. Wilson died just shy of a year ago. One of his greatest contributions to the world he left behind is the “broken windows” theory of law enforcement: the idea that communities should concentrate on the small breakdowns in civil order and correct them before they escalate into worse problems.
MADISON – A Boone County couple are alleging they were harmed by people paid to help them.
CHARLESTON – A former employee is suing Family Dollar Corporation, Inc., after she claims she was sexually harassed by a supervisor.
CHARLESTON – The parents of a minor are suing Pierson Lumber Company, Inc. for allegedly causing an accident that caused injuries.
CHARLESTON – A man is suing Trans Energy, Inc., after he claims it breached its contract with him by refusing to sell the company after they agreed to.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing the Kroger Co. after she says her purse was taken from her in its parking lot.
BECKLEY – A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought against Raleigh General Hospital and a doctor who were blamed for the death of a newborn.
CHARLESTON – Finding that one of its home confinement officers had adequate training and knew the boundaries of acceptable behavior, a judge has set aside the portion of a jury’s verdict returned against Logan County officials in a woman’s civil rights suit.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Sunrise Pre-Owned Automall, Inc., after she claims it breached its contract with her.
MOUNDSVILLE – A man is suing the Health Plan of the Upper Ohio Valley, Inc., claiming it owes him more than $450,000.