More than a decade in the making and it's not over yet for the state's tobacco litigation cases. More>>
There's much more to serving as a West Virginia Supreme Court justice than writing opinions and listening to oral arguments. More>>
WAYNE, WV (AP) — About 20 Wayne High School students are barred from the school's graduation ceremony because of a senior prank that damaged the building. More>>
UNION, WV (AP) — A former Alderson employee will spend at least a year in prison for embezzling money from the town. More>>
Several lawsuits have been filed in state court against Mountain State University regarding its accreditation. More>>
Many people may not know what an arbitration agreement is, but chances are they have probably signed one. More>>
The state's 16th juvenile drug court is part of the Reconnecting McDowell initiative. The private-public partnership is aimed at reviving one of West Virginia's most economically depressed counties. More>>
CLARKSBURG, WV (AP) — An attorney and a private investigator face charges of conspiring to interfere with a witness in a criminal case against a former Shinnston policeman. More>>
A grand jury in Fayette County has indicted the former chief of a volunteer fire department and his wife on felony charges related to allegedly taking department funds for personal use. More>>
A panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a federal judge was right to rule that the Army Corps of Engineers did its due diligence when it granted the permit under the Clean Water Act. More>>
Alcan says the tax department didn't present evidence to support its valuation method and also failed to respond to Alcan's expert.
POINT PLEASANT, WV (AP) — A former Mason County principal accused of assaulting a student has been indicted on a child abuse charge. More>>
A former and a current WVU employee have filed a federal lawsuit saying the university's board of governors and others failed to restore their reputations following an academic integrity investigation More>>
The cases asked whether the previous attorney general could appoint outside counsel for West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act cases and whether it could be on a contingent fee basis.
WHEELING, WV (AP) — A 35-year-old man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for his role in a Florida-to-West Virginia pill ring. More>>
A former West Virginia transportation management firm broker pleaded guilty to wire fraud after federal prosecutors say he created 230 fake cash advances and took more than $100,000.
A former West Virginia attorney recently was sentenced to a year and a day in prison for fraudulently submitting vouchers to the West Virginia Public Defender Services. More>>
WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) — A former West Virginia sheriff will spend a year in federal prison for his role in the December 2010 beating of a robbery suspect. More>>
RAVENSWOOD, WV (AP) — Four workers at a Ravenswood aluminum plant have filed unfair labor practice charges against a union stemming from a strike last summer. More>>
How will the West Virginia's new business court change the way attorneys litigate business disputes? More>>
A California actor has pleaded guilty to transmitting threatening communication in connection to a West Virginia extortion plot. More>>
The 4th Circuit affirmed a West Virginia federal court's decision that said a gas company's lease was not terminated because of a lack of natural gas production or missed or late rental payments. More>>
A West Virginia china company is taking two other companies to court, saying their dinnerware and packaging are strikingly similar to its own. More>>
(AP) — The operator of a Barbour County coal slurry dam that hasn't been certified by an engineer in two years has until June 3 to get that done and pay the Mine Safety and Health Administration more than $13,000 in fines. More>>
(AP) — A federal judge has rejected a proposed $65,000 settlement stemming from the alleged gang rape a 13-year-old girl by members of the basketball team at a now-closed Fayette County school. More>>
Nightingale Properties, which owns the Chase building in Charleston and the plaza behind it, recently announced the decision to name the plaza the "Steptoe & Johnson Plaza." More>>
Jim Rowe, a judge in Greenbrier County Circuit court and a judge in the business court division, said the new division is a "great first start" but it's also a work in progress.
There are several aspects of behavioral health and some officials are debating whether insurers are doing enough or will be doing enough under the ACA to cover the full spectrum.
Businesses and residents from six states say an IRS rule either will subject them to sanctions under the individual mandate or make them alter actions to avoid paying such penalties. More>>
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed a West Virginia federal court's decision in the case of Sargis Tadevosyan, who was found guilty of participating in a $4 million health care fraud scheme. More>>