CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County man filed a suit on behalf of the estate of his deceased father against the company that issued his father's life insurance and a woman claiming her infant child is the decedent's son.
MARTINSBURG - A Berkeley County woman filed a suit against her neighbors and a construction company for trespassing on her property and destroying trees and shrubbery while inserting a new sewer line.
Mayo HUNTINGTON - Huntington High School basketball star O.J. Mayo was given a two-week suspension Thursday by Principal Greg Webb.
Gov. Joe Manchin looks at a framed copy of The Parthenon from 1961 announcing that Marshall had been declared a university. HUNTINGTON -- Gov. Joe Manchin III met Wednesday with about 200 Marshall University students who are studying either journalism or political science.
CHARLESTON - A Putnam County man filed a suit against Logan Corporation claiming he was unlawfully fired from his job.
McGraw CHARLESTON - A yearlong battle between Attorney General Darrell McGraw and Hague Quality Water ended in a settlement in which Hague agreed to end private label credit card financing by its home dealers.
Segal SPENCER – A $405 million weekend verdict in a Roane County class-action suit could have a "chilling effect" on future oil and natural gas development in the state, according to one of the involved companies.
CHARLESTON - A former Union Carbide employee has filed a lawsuit claiming he was exposed to asbestos during his time at the plant.
Oshel Craigo was given the Mayo Lester Community Service Award on Jan. 26 by the Putnam County Chamber of Commerce at its Annual Dinner Meeting. POCA -- The Putnam County Chamber of Commerce recently presented the 2006 Mayo Lester Community Service Award to Oshel Craigo at the Putnam Chamber Annual Dinner Meeting.
A look at court-related bills introduced during the first session of the 78th West Virginia Legislature.
CHARLESTON - An Elkview woman has filed a suit against the owners of a parking lot where she slipped and fell on a pile of ice and snow.
CHARLES TOWN - Tenants of a Harper's Ferry rental home have filed a suit against their landlord, claiming he breached their contract by not providing a sufficient living atmosphere and tried to have them evicted.
Helmick CHARLESTON -- Teresa W. Helmick has joined the Business Department of Steptoe & Johnson PLLC practicing in the firm's Charleston office Of Counsel.