News from March 2013
MORGANTOWN – A Morgantown attorney has filed a complaint against a fellow attorney after they were involved in a dispute in the Marion County Courthouse in January.
If you wanted to establish a system of medical ethics to guide physicians, would you consult the writings of Josef Mengele and Jack Kevorkian?
CHARLESTON – State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is calling a new bill that is in response to the controversy around one of his hires “childish” and “hyper-partisan.”
PARKERSBURG – Officials in one Wood County municipality are asking for a judge’s help in putting a collar on an allegedly vicious dog.
PARKERSBURG – A circuit judge has ruled a Wood County family law judge erred in ordering a Parkersburg man to support a child who’s no longer his.
PARKERSBURG – A defunct Clendenin contractor alleges bungling by the agency that oversees the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport played a large role in driving it into bankruptcy, and as a result nearly 200 people into the unemployment line.
CHARLESTON – An Upper Kanawha Valley woman says a deputy sheriff’s distracted driving led to the death of her mother.
CHARLESTON – A Beckley woman is suing Abbott Bus Lines, Inc. after she claims she was injured when one of its motor coaches struck her.