CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office is alerting consumers to a recent spike in Internal Revenue Service scam calls, perhaps related to the upcoming Oct. 15 filing deadline for those who sought an extension in April.
CHARLESTON — Americans for Prosperity-West Virginia has launced a digital advertisement to urge Sen. Joe Manchin to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.
CHARLESTON – A widow alleges a South Charleston physician was negligent in his care of her late husband in 2017 and that the negligence caused his death.
HUNTINGTON — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has been providing surgeons and residents training to target and reduce human trafficking in West Virginia.
CHARLESTON – A power of attorney alleges that a shopper at a Kanawha County furniture store was injured in a fall caused by a ramp.
MOUNDSVILLE — An Ohio woman is suing Marshall County medical practitioners, alleging negligence.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston company is alleged to owe more than $29,000 for goods it ordered from a New York business.
CHARLESTON — Two trust beneficiaries are suing Huntington Bancshares a Huntington bank, alleging breach of trust and breach of fiduciary duty.
KINGWOOD – A Bruno man alleges he was injured while attending a quasi-military program for at-risk youth in 2015.
WHEELING – A Wheeling registered nurse alleges her rejection of a doctor's advances led to her losing her job.
MOUNDSVILLE — An Ohio woman is suing a Marshall County dental practitioner, alleging negligence.
WHEELING – A Valley Grove man alleges debris on the road left by the trucks of a natural gas exploration and production company caused him to lose control of his motorcycle.
HUNTINGTON – An insurance company is seeking damages from a Cottageville man and a Kenna employer over a collision in Barboursville.
MARTINSBURG – A federal agency is suing a corporation that operates a Mexican restaurant in West Virginia over allegations of discrimination.
Two residents accuse the West Virginia Division of Protective Services and security officers of an "armed abduction."
A Ft. Gay woman blames the manufacturers of a talcum powder for causing her cancer.
A Delaware company accuses Kenova Terminal Company of backing out of a purchase agreement.
An attack on a Dunbar resident at Mildred Mitchell Bateman Hospital by another patient prompted a recent lawsuit.