An insurance company has agreed to settle its federal lawsuit against a company consisting of Gov. Jim Justice and his adult children.
A woman agreed to $50 payments to allow Gauley Bridge’s then-police chief to twice rape a teenage family member, federal prosecutors claim.
More people are currently incarcerated in West Virginia’s regional jails than there were in 2020, when the Legislature passed a bail reform law meant to decrease the state’s jail population.
The West Virginia Intermediate Court of Appeals isn’t open for business, but it is open for judicial applicants as of Thursday afternoon.
Ten months before the West Virginia Intermediate Court of Appeals is scheduled to be in full operation, the search to find the court’s three judges is nearing a crucial step.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice and his family won’t immediately have to pay Carter Bank a lump sum of more than $61 million, and Carter Bank & Trust won’t be subject to the more than $400 million lawsuit the Justices filed against the Virginia bank, as part of a settlement the parties re…
Despite criticizing its distribution formula, West Virginia's Attorney General is happy with last-minute progress made ahead of a federal judge's ruling that gave conditional approval to a $10 billion settlement plan submitted by lawsuit-riddled OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma.
A panel of federal appeals judges has vacated a ruling by U.S. District Judge Chuck Chambers regarding the way candidates are placed on the ballot in West Virginia.
Three mothers are suing Cabell County and West Virginia education leaders, plus Gov. Jim Justice, over the state not setting minimum safety requirements regarding COVID-19 in public schools.
A federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted a former firefighter and police officer accused of sexually abusing a girl and then later lying about the incident to investigators, among other offenses that could land him life in prison.
As part of its role in administering the new intermediate court of appeals, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals will establish an advisory council, Chief Supreme Court Justice Evan Jenkins announced Tuesday.
Gov. Jim Justice’s Bluestone Resources Inc., owes a Caribbean-based investment firm $10 million, according to a petition the company filed in federal court in North Carolina.
The South Charleston man accused of shooting and killing a Capital High School student in April was arraigned on eight charges Monday in Kanawha County Circuit Court.
Gracyn Dawn Courtright appeared virtually Monday before a judge in Washington, D.C., and, after breaking out in tears, pleaded guilty to knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority, a misdemeanor.
The West Virginia Supreme Court will determine whether the State of West Virginia will have to reinstate its participation in federal unemployment support.
The Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday released the names of the family members found dead in a Mink Shoals home Monday morning.
Three people were found dead and a toddler was sent to the hospital after police officers responded to a 911 call at a Mink Shoals home Monday morning.
It began with an ex-Clay County deputy’s lewd remarks to a court clerk, escalated to groping and ended with an $825,000 settlement — equal to more than half the county’s current annual budget.
The city of Charleston will settle a lawsuit brought by a homeless man who suffered leg wounds when police officers deployed a K9 with titanium-reinforced teeth because he refused to leave a vacant house in 2019.