News from November 2018

Loughry files a second motion seeking an acquittal or a new federal trial

By Chris Dickerson | Nov 6, 2018

CHARLESTON – Convicted and suspended state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry has filed a second motion seeking a new federal trial.

Attorney claims state AG's office 'blatantly ignoring' court order to turn over FOIA info

By Chris Dickerson | Nov 6, 2018

CHARLESTON – An attorney representing a Democratic group says West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s office is “blatantly ignoring” a court order to turn over information regarding his communications with major drug companies.

Armstead, Jenkins win Supreme Court seats

By Kyla Asbury | Nov 6, 2018

CHARLESTON — Tim Armstead and Evan Jenkins secured their seats on the West Virginia Supreme Court tonight to continue the two- and six-year terms they were appointed to by Gov. Jim Justice earlier this year.

Town of Belle accuses business owners of ordinance violation

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 7, 2018

CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County town is suing an auto detailing shop, alleging failure to pay business and occupation taxes.

Former Putnam County property owners accuse contractor of defective work

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 7, 2018

WINFIELD — Former Putnam County property owners are suing a Point Pleasant contractor, alleging breach of contract and breach of duty.

Fayette County customer alleges GM distributed unsafe vehicle

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 7, 2018

CHARLESTON — A Fayette County customer is suing General Motors, alleging breach of express and implied warranties.

Mine repair business alleges mining operators breached contract

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 7, 2018

PINEVILLE — A mine maintenance business is suing mining operators, alleging breach of contract.

Morrisey named in suit over 2017 car accident

By Chris Dickerson | Nov 7, 2018

CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General and U.S. Senate candidate Patrick Morrisey has been named as a defendant in a lawsuit regarding a 2017 auto accident.

Judicial oversight amendment passes

By Kyla Asbury | Nov 7, 2018

CHARLESTON — West Virginia voters supported an amendment to give lawmakers more judicial oversight of the budget.

Barbour County farm owners accuse builders of gross negligence

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 8, 2018

PHILIPPI — Barbour County farm owners are suing builders, alleging trespassing and negligence.

Mercer County motorist alleges insurance company breached contract

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 8, 2018

PRINCETON — A Mercer County motorist is suing a licensed insurer, alleging breach of an insurance policy.

Charleston home buyer accuses real estate agents, contractors of fraud

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 8, 2018

CHARLESTON — A Charleston home buyer is suing real estate agents and contractors, alleging negligent misrepresentation.

Berkeley County couple alleges health care providers' negligence injured wife

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 8, 2018

WINFIELD — A Berkeley County couple is suing healthcare providers, alleging negligence led to injuries to the wife.

Customer alleges Beckley bakery's negligence caused injuries

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 8, 2018

BECKLEY — A Fayette County customer is suing a Beckley bakery, alleging negligence led to injuries to the plaintiff.

Daughter blames Charleston health care providers for mother's death

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 8, 2018

CHARLESTON — A daughter is suing Charleston health care providers, alleging negligence led to the death of her mother.

Salango honored, ready to get to work as Kanawha County's newest circuit judge

By Chris Dickerson | Nov 8, 2018

CHARLESTON – Tera Salango still is trying to let it all soak in. “It feels good,” Salango said just hours after winning in the Nov. 6 election to become Kanawha County’s newest circuit judge. “I’m excited. It still hasn’t set in, but I’m excited and ready to get to work.

Another attempt to impeach Loughry could happen next week; Workman possibly as well

By Chris Dickerson | Nov 8, 2018

CHARLESTON – A new impeachment article against convicted and suspended state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry could​​​​ be in front of legislators by next week. And it might include Chief Justice Margaret Workman as well.

Woman accuses car repair service of intentional misrepresentation

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 9, 2018

CHARLESTON — A Charleston motor vehicle owner is suing a Dunbar auto repair service, alleging fraud and conversion.

Huntington restaurant owners allegedly owe more than $400,000

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Nov 9, 2018

HUNTINGTON — An Ohio man is suing restaurant business owners, alleging breach of contract.

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