CHARLESTON - A woman says she tripped over a broken coat hanger at the St. Albans Value City and is entitled to $200,000.
CHARLESTON - Instead of filling a prescription for anti-inflammatory medication, a Kanawha County woman says she was given anti-depressants by the Rite Aid pharmacy.
CHARLESTON – It seems Putnam General Hospital won't close after all after Charleston Area Medical Center announced plans to buy the embattle facility.
CHARLESTON - Adding insult was even worse than his injury, a Wyoming County reverend says about a remark made at a doctor's office that hurt his reputation.
CHARLESTON - A Cabell County couple says their Huntington hospital should have prevented a fall.
CHARLESTON – The attorney for a fired state official who received a $50,000 settlement denies a claim that a lawsuit was about to be filed in the matter.
CHARLESTON - Federal vs. state court, according to one Charleston attorney, is an issue that recently had more to do with time.
CHARLESTON - A Charleston attorney has filed a lawsuit against the state's insurance commissioner, demanding she provide certain information about BrickStreet Mutual Insurance Company.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County woman claims her daughter was assaulted by a substitute teacher at Cedar Grove Elementary School.
CHARLESTON - A man who worked in various plants around the state for 40 years says he was given lung cancer as a result of exposure to asbestos.
CHARLESTON -- A Charleston attorney and physician isn't mincing words about a fellow lawyer with whom he had a working relationship.
CHARLESTON - A Charleston man says his supervisor forced him to quit his maintenance job because he filed a Workers' Compensation claim.
CHARLESTON - Two Kanawha County women claim they were sexually harassed while employed at Verizon West Virginia.
Gov. Joe Manchin CHARLESTON -- During the past 19 months, we as West Virginians have worked together like never before to make positive changes that will create a brighter economic future for our state.
CHARLESTON -- A Belle-based coal sampling and analysis company has will pay $55,000 in back wages and damages to settle allegations that it violated federal labor law.
HARPER'S FERRY -– The story of West Virginia's first black attorney and the precedent-setting, equal-education case he won before the state Supreme Court was to be portrayed by a cast of judicial celebrities at the Niagara Movement's Centennial.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County magistrate has found himself in an unusual position: On the other side of the bench.