CHARLESTON – Jim Douglas, one of the candidates for family court judge in Kanawha County, has nearly 40 years of experience in family law. Douglas, who will have 39 years in family law in May, and has worked exclusively in family law for 25 years, said he's looking forward to running for family law judge. "Family law is important," Douglas said.
HUNTINGTON – The Cabell County Drug Court will be renamed in a ceremony scheduled for Nov. 6 at the Cabell County Courthouse. West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Brent D. Benjamin, Cabell County Drug Court Judge Patricia Keller and Huntington Mayor Steve Williams will attend the ceremony, which will be held at noon in Courtroom No. 1.
HUNTINGTON -- A Cabell County woman is suing a discount department store, alleging injuries sustained after falling at one of its stores.
HUNTINGTON -- A Cabell County man has sued a Florida-based transport company, alleging an unsafe work environment after he says he sustained numerous injuries on the job.
“Just this morning, nearly 200 West Virginia coal miners in Randolph County were informed that their jobs would be gone by Christmas,” Republican U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito lamented last Tuesday as she discussed the bipartisan resolution of disapproval that she and Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota had introduced in response to the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed Clean Power Plan regulations for existing power sources.
WHEELING – A woman is suing Verizon Wireless after she claims it failed to pay her final wages in full in a timely manner. Verizon Wireless Network Procurement LP is doing business as Cellco Partnership. Ashley Stender was employed by Verizon until her employment was terminated on Oct. 1, 2014, according to a complaint filed in Ohio Circuit Court. Stender claims the defendant was obligated to pay its employees pursuant to the West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act and did not pay her al
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man is suing a recently closed sporting goods store after he claims it failed to pay his final wages in a timely manner. SportMart and company president John Smallridge, were named as defendants in the suit. Earl Osborne was employed by the defendants for 37 years until his employment was terminated on July 31, 2014, according to a complaint filed in Kanawha Circuit Court. Osborne claims he was owed wages and accrued fringe benefits at the time of his termination
WINFIELD – A couple is suing East Coast Pool Designer after they claim it performed poor in-ground pool work at their home. Jason Mulholland was also named as a defendant in the suit. J.B. Marinacci and Jennifer Marinacci entered into a home improvement contract to improve their home in Hurricane, according to a complaint filed Oct. 14 in Putnam Circuit Court.