ELKINS – Summit Church and the owners of the property that it uses for Sunday services are suing the Randolph County Development Authority after they claim it is violating the U.S. Constitution by refusing to let the owners sell the property to the church.
CHARLESTON — With the holiday shopping season upon us, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is urging shoppers to be wary of scammers when searching for deals online. “It is critical for consumers to know how to protect themselves from online scams,” Morrisey said in a press release. The AG's office says analysts believe increases in holiday sales numbers comes with the ease of push-button purchases as more and more consumers rely upon computers, smartphones and tablets to help fill
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is warning consumers to be wary of scammers trying to take advantage of the millions of consumers who haven’t yet received a credit or debit chip card. Here’s how the scam works: Scammers email consumers posing as the card issuer.
CHARLESTON – Nearly 100 townspeople filed a petition in Kanawha Circuit Court seeking to remove Marmet Mayor Bill Pauley from office. The 99 townspeople are representing themselves in the petition they filed Nov. 30.
CLAY – State Farm Insurance is suing General Motors after one of its clients' GM-made cars caught on fire, claiming the motor company is responsible for reimbursing State Farm for the cost of the claim.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. House of Representatives, including West Virginia’s delegation, voted Tuesday to void Environmental Protection Agency regulations for new and existing power plants. The House voted 242-180 to repeal the EPA’s Clean Power Plan, which puts carbon emissions limits on existing plants, and 235-188 to block the federal agency’s rules governing emissions from new plants.