HUNTINGTON – An attorney representing U.S. Congressional candidate Richard Ojeda has sent a cease and desist letter to opponent Carol Miller’s campaign regarding an ad Ojeda’s team says is “absolutely untrue.”
CHARLESTON — A new national study done on digital advertising in Supreme Court races in 10 states found that more than half of all TV spending done on advertisements is by outside groups.
CHARLESTON — Although West Virginia is blessed with an abundance of natural gas, there are several issues that need to be fixed for the state to keep up with the shale revolution currently taking place.
CHARLESTON — Americans for Prosperity-West Virginia has joined with several others in sending a letter to the Legislature seeking reform of civil asset forfeiture policies.
CHARLESTON – An acting state Supreme Court has issued an order saying the impeachment trials of convicted and suspended Justice Allen Loughry and retired Justice Robin Jean Davis shouldn’t take place either.
MARTINSBURG – A lawsuit filed by more than three dozen current and retired Martinsburg firefighters allegedly failing to pay holiday pay has been amended to include further discriminatory tactics.
CHARLESTON – Gov. Jim Justice says talks are continuing regarding a state settlement with a major drug company, but said nothing is finalized and that both sides are working on the issue.
CHARLESTON – U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin claims state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s office is close to reaching a “horrible” settlement with drug giant McKesson Corporation and wants Gov. Jim Justice to step in.
CHARLESTON – David McKinley’s bid to remain in the U.S. House of Representatives isn’t a done deal, but it seems unlikely he’ll lose in November. Most polls show McKinley with a commanding lead over Democratic opponent Kendra Fershee, a West Virginia University law professor. Still, a Super PAC has spent about $500,000 promoting McKinley’s campaign.
CHARLESTON – The state Judicial Disciplinary Counsel wants to lift a stay and expedite a disciplinary hearing against convicted and suspended state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry.
CHARLESTON – Convicted and suspended state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry wants his impending impeachment trial in the state Senate to be stopped.
CHARLESTON – Following her acquittal, state Supreme Court Justice Beth Walker is thankful and excited to be back on the bench.
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha Circuit judge has ordered Gov. Jim Justice’s family to start making payments on a settlement.
HUNTINGTON – HuntPAC, the Political Action Committee for the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce, has announced its endorsements for candidates for two statewide races in next month's general election.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has voted to support the constitutional amendment that would give the state Legislature more oversight of the court system’s purse.
CHARLESTON – The impeachment trial of Chief Justice Margaret Workman didn’t begin as scheduled following a state Supreme Court ruling last week putting a stop to it.