Georgian American Alloys CFO Barry Nuss figures getting a discount on electricity for his company's New Haven subsidiary is a "can't lose" for Appalachian Power's other ratepayers.
A Charleston-based court reporting firm is expanding statewide.
A new study showed West Virginia received a failing grade for the state's financial disclosure for judges.
Marion County is one of about 12 in West Virginia already using Software Systems highly rated software. Those 12 counties will be the first to migrate to the new system.
U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin said 45-year-old Michael Ray Fortuna of Peach Creek admitted to organizing the pill distribution scheme, which included periodic trips to Florida
Dallas Toler, former Chief Magistrate for Mingo County, pleaded guilty in federal court Dec. 1.
Rosalie J. Seabolt, 60, of Spencer pleaded guilty in August to defrauding her employer, Kimko, of at least $815,693.27 over a 12-year period.
U. S. Attorney Booth Goodwin said Patricia Howard, 58, pleaded guilty recently in federal court in Huntington to embezzlement from an organization receiving federal benefits.
The West Virginia Supreme Court has disallowed a Beckley hospital's bid to force the state to recalculate reimbursement rates for treating low-income and indigent patients, saying there is no statutory basis for the hospital to pursue its claims.
Jackson Kelly had also received the honor in 2012 and 2013, and was named by ALM as a 2014 Go-To Law Firm for the Top 500 Companies in the U.S.
The high court found "no substantial question of law and no prejudicial error" in the 386-page Putnam County Circuit Court order to warrant overturning the settlement.
Circuit Court Judge Tod Kaufman ruled Tuesday that Thornsbury received proper notice of Kim Woodruff's lawsuit.
Goes, who previously served as U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin's state director, will focus on the energy, chemical and manufacturing sectors with Jackson Kelly's Environmental Practice Group.
Four people were indicted by the grand jury investigating the Steubenville rape case on Monday, including Steubenville City Schools Superintendent Michael McVey.
The Mountain State saved $21 million from those who participated in the program not being incarcerated for drug-related crimes.
So-called "sue and settle" tactics being used by special interest groups to shape regulatory decisions, particularly environmental law, are a "significant issue," Steve Robert says.
The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled a circuit judge erred when he excluded expert witness testimony in the case of a CSX employee.
Joseph Backus failed to substantiate allegations that his privacy had been invaded or that he'd been libeled by the city's mayor and police chief, U.S. Judge Joseph R. Goodwin ruled recently.
The Charleston staff of Dinsmore & Shohl has added a good cause to its annual pigskin playoff.
Morrisey announced his decision Friday, Nov. 22 saying he was acting "for the sole and limited purpose of defending the constitutionality of the statutes in question."
Over the course of more than a year a total of $351,000 was given to the authority by the commission to help with the financial drain encountered as a result of design and construction defects at the Wellness Center.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced West Virginia has joined with 33 states in a Supreme Court brief seeking better restitution for children and adults who have been sexually exploited.
The Fairmont Federal Credit Union in White Hall was a crime scene Tuesday night, as authorities rushed through its doors and patrolled the premises for a training exercise.
The building, owned by the General Services Administration, is in need of extensive repairs and alterations.
The West Virginia attorney general's investigative authority includes the power to issue subpoenas, along with questionnaires known as interrogatories specifying the type of information sought.
Harrison County Judge J. Lewis Marks, Jr. has set a trial date for a Wheeling attorney and a Barbour County private investigator.
A Mineral County businessman wants a federal judge to pull the plug on a controversial wind farm he says is thwarting his efforts to sell homebuyers on a proposed housing development.
The National Bar Association has named a new and distinguished award in honor of West Virginia University Vice President for the Division of Student Affairs Ken Gray.
West Virginians are being asked to participate in the second annual Thanksgiving collection campaign to help kids in transition to foster care.
St. Mary's Medical Center is seeking a temporary restraining order in Cabell County Circuit Court limiting the number and location of pickets outside a coal symposium being held on the hospital's property.