Steptoe CHARLESTON – West Virginia Executive magazine's list of The 50 Most Powerful West Virginians is peppered with lawyers.
CHARLESTON -- No marketing budget is complete without a line item dedicated to the expense of trinkets stamped with a company logo.
CHARLESTON - Attorney James Peterson can be excused for not leading the crusade against alleged organ-snatchers from New Jersey.
This picture of Jesus has been hanging in a hallway at Bridgeport High School for about 40 years. CLARKSBURG - Richard Katskee, like a lot of other people, was told when he was a kid not to make a blow things out of proportion.
HUNTINGTON - A Huntington woman blames the Aged and Disabled Waiver Services Program for her fall while being transported on a lift.
HUNTINGTON - A Cabell County man says he went to cash a check and wound up in prison.
CHARLES TOWN - Two Jefferson County men say their employer did not pay them all wages owed.
MOUNDSVILLE - A Moundsville woman says the man contracted to build her deck did not finish it and will not return her phone calls.
NEW CUMBERLAND - Having just earned a settlement in federal court, a jockey who was paralyzed two years ago at a West Virginia race track is suing the track, claiming it failed to repair soft spots and holes.
BECKLEY - The family of a patient who was beaten to death at Pinecrest Hospital and the hospital have reached a settlement agreement that will be decided upon by Raleigh Circuit Court Judge Robert Burnside.
CHARLESTON - The Grand Palace soon will become a grand parking lot.
HUNTINGTON – Few press releases come with a Milk Bone dog biscuit attached.
Jeannettia D. Spencer poses with her son James. DUNBAR – Had she known Ted Dues was on track to becoming the highest paid mental hygiene commissioner in West Virginia, a Dunbar woman says she would not have settled a malpractice suit against him earlier this year.
CHARLESTON – The fact that a colleague made more than $100,000 last fiscal year doesn't seem to bother some of the other Kanawha County mental hygiene commissioners.
CHARLESTON -- Gov. Joe Manchin applauded State Farm Insurance for publicly reaffirming its commitment to the West Virginia insurance market and for discussing the potential that exists for the company's future expansion in the state's resurging insurance market.
Eddy CHARLESTON -– Dana F. Eddy has joined the Charleston office of Martin & Seibert, L.C.
Filed under "this controversy just won't go away," ex-Virginia Attorney General Jerry Kilgore is now taking on his former West Virginia counterpart over his use of private lawyers on contingency
Starcher CHARLESTON – Massey Energy has sued the West Virginia Supreme Court because it doesn't think it can be treated fairly by the Court because of past comments made by Justice Larry Starcher.
HUNTINGTON -- Upon entering my first year of law school, a local attorney predicted the progression of my impending legal education. "The first year, they scare you to death," he said. "The second, they work you to death. And the third, they bore you to death."
CHARLESTON - The state's Higher Education Policy Commission received a copy of a former Marshall University cheerleader's complaint that she was sexually harassed.