MORGANTOWN – Internationally known scholar and international criminal law and human rights practitioner Susan Lamb shared her expertise and unique experiences through the C. Edwin Baker Lecture for Liberty, Equality and Democracy at the West Virginia University College of Law on Jan. 30.
WASHINGTON – A research consortium focused on drug addiction and opioid abuse, cyber-security, health care, and job creation among area veterans was formed late last month, according to a press release.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office has issued a scam alert warning consumers to not answer the question, “Can you hear me now?” Morrisey's office says answering that one question can subject consumers to the latest scam.
CHARLESTON – Kelly Paving has been dismissed from the antitrust lawsuit filed by the City of Charleston alleging it and other asphalt and paving companies created a monopoly on the industry in West Virginia.
WASHINGTON — The beginning of the end of the so-called "war on coal" began this week when both chambers of Congress approved resolutions to overturn the Obama-era Stream Protection Rule, the office of U.S. Rep. David McKinley, R-W.V., announced Feb. 2.