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September 2018 Archives

Follow these tips to drive safely near large trucks

Large trucks, also known as 18-wheelers, are important for the economy of West Virginia. When you see these vehicles on the roads throughout the state, it is a sign that the economy is performing well. The more of these trucks you see on the roads, the more likely it is that you might be involved in an accident with one of them. Let's take a look at tips you should follow to drive safely near these large trucks.

Flight attendants plan to appeal sexual harassment ruling

The attorney for two American Airlines flight attendants who are suing the airline for sexual harassment says that they will appeal the dismissal of their cases by a district court judge. Both women say that some male flight attendants posted insulting, sexist messages and photos aimed at them in a Facebook group for flight attendants employed by that airline. The two women originally brought their cases separately last year, but they were eventually consolidated.

Driving in fog requires special attention

If you find yourself driving through dense fog, which is a regular occurrence in the mountains of West Virginia, it's important to understand the unique challenges. By taking a few key steps, you can enhance your safety and reduce the likelihood of being part of an accident.

State official joins fight over transgender discrimination case

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has joined elected officials in 15 other states to urge the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a lower court ruling in an employment discrimination case. The elected officials -- all Republican -- include three governors and 12 state attorneys general (AGs). They signed the amicus curiae brief filed last month by one of those AGs.

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