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Courtesy Patrol driver says company didn't train properly

By Audrey Holsclaw | Feb 15, 2006

MORGANTOWN -- A West Virginia Courtesy Patrol officer alleges a Monongalia County company was negligent in its training of an employee.

Boone County man blames Elkem for fall off ladder

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 14, 2006

CHARLESTON – A Boone County man blames Elkem Metals for his fall while working at their Alloy plant.

South Charleston couple says DOH has destroyed home, created health woes

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 14, 2006

CHARLESTON -- A South Charleston family says negligent work by the state Division of Highways has destroyed their home and caused them health problems.

Berger rules Turnpike tolls be rolled back

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 14, 2006

Circuit Judge Irene Berger CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha Circuit Judge has granted a temporary injuction forcing the West Virginia Turnpike to roll back its tolls immediately.

Chesapeake Energy VP to speak at WVU

By The West Virginia Record | Feb 14, 2006

Mike John MORGANTOWN -- West Virginia University alumnus Mike John, vice president of operations for Chesapeake Energy, will deliver a lecture on petroleum engineering as part of the College of Engineering and Mineral Resource's Distinguished Lecture Series.

Manchin appoints Dean as MHST acting director

By The West Virginia Record | Feb 14, 2006

James Dean CHARLESTON - Gov. Joe Manchin has announced the official appointment of Mr. James Dean to serve as Acting Director of the West Virginia Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training (MHST), effective immediately.

WVU conference to focus on economy, regional energy industry

By The West Virginia Record | Feb 14, 2006

MORGANTOWN -- The North Central West Virginia Economic Outlook Conference will focus on the national, state and regional economy and the regional energy industry.

Woman blames Wheeling park board after fall on ice

By Brandon Smith | Feb 14, 2006

WHEELING - A woman and her husband are suing the Wheeling Park Commission after the wife slipped and fell on a patch of ice in a parking lot at Oglebay Park in Wheeling.

Woman sues after she say she bit pebble in popcorn

By Brandon Smith | Feb 14, 2006

WHEELING - A woman is suing Wheeling Island Gaming, Inc., and Poppee's Popcorn, Inc., after mistakenly biting into a pebble that was present in her food.

School bus driver sues over accident

By Brandon Smith | Feb 14, 2006

WHEELING - A school bus driver is suing the driver of an automobile with which she collided in Wheeling.

Company sues unknown computer hackers

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 13, 2006

CHARLESTON – A North Carolina company with a Charleston office is suing unnamed hackers who they say broke into their computer system.

Man blames owners of Laidley Tower for fall

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 13, 2006

Laidley Tower CHARLESTON – A Raleigh County man is suing the owners of Laidley Tower, claiming their negligence resulted in him falling at the Charleston high-rise.

Charleston women want man to repay tuition money

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 13, 2006

CHARLESTON – Two Charleston women say a South Carolina man hasn't repaid them after they provided his tuition to the University of Charleston.

Woman blames employer after co-worker threatens her

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 13, 2006

CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman says her employer should have done a better job of protecting her from threats by another worker.

State sues Parkerburg company for failing to pay unemployment taxes

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 13, 2006

CHARLESTON – The state Bureau of Employment Programs, Unemployment Compensation Division has brought suit against a Parkersburg-based company for failing to file reports and pay taxes.

Learning from Dr. Harron

By The West Virginia Record | Feb 10, 2006

In the tragic tale that is America's affair with the fire-retarding mineral asbestos, Dr. Ray Harron of Bridgeport is one of the most villainous villains.

Newspaper seeks school bus video

By Audrey Holsclaw | Feb 10, 2006

MORGANTOWN -- A newspaper publishing company is suing the Monongalia County Board of Education for access to a video.

Kanawha circuit judges ask for pay raise for deputy clerks

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 10, 2006

CHARLESTON – The judges in Kanawha Circuit Court have asked the Circuit Clerk and County Commission for an $8,000 raise for entry-level deputy circuit clerks.

This just in: Putnam County

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 10, 2006

Melinda L. Pollock vs. G&G Builders

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