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PERSONNEL FILE: Spilman attorney named W.Va. Bar Foundation Fellow

CHARLESTON -- Spilman Thomas & Battle attorney Heather Heiskell Jones has been named a West Virginia Bar Foundation Fellow.

Medical worker says she was wrongly fired

WINFIELD -- A medical services worker is suing her employer after they terminated her when she had a knee injury.

Mine injury results in lawsuit against Arch Coal

BECKLEY -- A coal worker is suing his employers after he sustained an injury at work.

Homeowners says builders won't honor contract

FAYETTEVILLE -- Homeowners are suing a builder after they weren’t happy with their house.

Couple sues trucking company after accident

FAYETTEVILLE -- A couple is suing a truck driver and the companies he works for after he collided with their vehicle, causing injuries.

Car dealer sued for causing accident

MOUNDSVILLE -- A Marshall County couple is suing over claims the husband and their son were injured in a collision in Moundsville.

Ambassadors for Justice celebrates good kids

CHARLESTON -- Teenagers today face a mountain of challenges and temptations, as those of us with kids and grandkids are painfully aware.

What happens when judges have bad judgment?

Ever wonder what’s going on in judges’ chambers during recess?

Goodwin announces record drug take-back haul

CHARLESTON -- U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Resident Agent in Charge Suzan Williamson have announced that Saturday's Prescription Drug Take-Back event collected a total of 6,211 pounds of unwanted, unused and expired prescription drugs from citizens and households across West Virginia.

PERSONNEL FILE: Bordas & Bordas opens office in Moundsville

MOUNDSVILLE -- Bordas & Bordas continues to grow with the opening of a third office in Moundsville.

Morrisey warns of advanced fee loan scam

CHARLESTON — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has issued a warning to West Virginia consumers about a loan scam going on in the Mountain State in which a company offers to provide a loan to a customer, but demands an upfront processing payment using a prepaid debit card.

Woman sues after son dies in Tough Mudder event

MOUNDSVILLE -- A Maryland woman is suing over claims her son was killed in a Tough Mudder event due to the negligence of organizers.

PERSONNEL FILE: Martin & Seibert welcomes two new attorneys

MARTINSBURG -- Martin & Seibert is pleased to announce that Lisa L. Lilly and Christopher L. LaFon have joined the firm’s litigation team.

Former Justice Spike Maynard dies

CHARLESTON — Former state Supreme Court Justice Elliott “Spike” Maynard has died. He was 71.

Wilfong disqualified from hearing cases involving prosecutor's office

CHARLESTON -- Randolph Circuit Judge Jaymie Wilfong has been disqualified from hearing any cases involving the Randolph County Prosecutor’s Office.

Business says mine supply company owes $13K

BECKLEY -- A West Virginia business is suing another company, claiming it failed to pay for products purchased.

Delivery man says he was injured on the job

WHEELING -- A Harrison County man is suing over claims he was injured while working as a delivery man for a drilling company.

Woman claims ER doctors to blame for husband's death

WHEELING -- A Ohio County woman is suing over claims her husband's death was caused by the negligence of emergency room doctors.

Tire comes off car, woman files suit

NEW CUMBERLAND -- A New Cumberland resident is suing after a tire detached from her vehicle while she was driving.

Whittaker won't pay reward for missing ring, suit claims

BECKLEY -- Jack Whittaker, who won a then-record $314 million Powerball lottery jackpot in 2002, has been sued for failing to pay a $10,000 reward for a lost ring.