HUNTINGTON — An Ohio motorist is suing another driver, alleging negligence caused a crash.
News from November 2018
HUNTINGTON — A Cabell County man is suing a contractor, alleging breach of an oral contract.
CHARLESTON — A Charleston man is suing the city of Dunbar and a police officer, citing, alleging excessive force.
CHARLESTON — A widow is suing a cremation service, alleging intentional infliction of emotional distress and invasion of privacy.
CHARLESTON – The state Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission has provided a list of recommendations to Gov. Jim Justice for two circuit court vacancies.
MORGANTOWN – With less than a week before the election, incumbent Democrat Joe Manchin leads Republican challenger Patrick Morrisey by five percentage points among likely voters in the U.S. Senate race, according to the latest MetroNews/Dominion Post West Virginia Poll.
PINEVILLE — A Wyoming County property owner is suing a developer, alleging breach of a real estate purchase agreement led to injuries for the plaintiff.
PINEVILLE — A Wyoming County couple is suing medical facilities and physicians, alleging medical negligence in drug prescriptions.
HUNTINGTON — A Wayne County truck driver is suing a Huntington business, alleging discrimination and retaliation.
CHARLESTON — A Parkersburg couple is suing power companies, alleging failure to protect, loss of consortium and negligence.
HUNTINGTON — A certified nursing assistant is suing a Cabell County hospital, alleging discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals candidate Ron Hatfield hopes to bring awareness to State Bar Association programs and increase public awareness if elected to the bench.
CHARLESTON — Supreme Court of Appeals candidate Dennise Renee Smith wants more transparency and accountability for the West Virginia Supreme Court if she is elected.
LOGAN — A Logan County widow is suing an automobile distributor, alleging negligent misrepresentation.
CHARLESTON — Attorney and pastor Jeff C. Woods hopes to bring West Virginia together if he is elected to the Supreme Court.
CHARLESTON — Hiram "Buck" Lewis IV wants to get politics out of the judiciary if he is elected to the Supreme Court.
CHARLESTON — Harry "Bo" Bruner Jr. wants to make the Supreme Court a winning court if he is elected.
CHARLESTON — Supreme Court candidates Jim Douglas wants to champion for rights of children and families if elected to the court.
CHARLESTON — Former Senate president and current Supreme Court candidate Jeff Kessler hopes to instill confidence in the court if he is elected.