More Lawsuits Possible In West Virginia VA Hospital DeathsAttorneys will have until August to file additional civil lawsuits on behalf of families whose loved ones died at the VA hospital in Clarksburg.
Reta Mays, Nursing Assistant Who Admitted To Killing 7 Patients At West Virginia VA Hospital To Be SentencedSentencing is set for Reta Mays, the former nursing assistant who admitted to killing seven elderly veterans with fatal doses of insulin at a West Virginia hospital.
Sentencing Delayed For Fired VA Staffer In West Virginia Who Killed 7 PatientsSentencing has been delayed for a former staffer at a West Virginia veterans hospital who pleaded guilty to intentionally killing seven patients with fatal doses of insulin.
West Va. VA Hospital Announces Changes After Patient DeathsA West Virginia VA hospital has announced a series of changes to “restore trust” in the facility.
Sentencing Set For Nursing Assistant In W. Va. VA Hospital KillingsSentencing for Reta Mays is scheduled for February 2021.
Veteran Affairs Sued Over Westmoreland County Veteran's Death From Wrongful Insulin InjectionA woman is suing the federal government over the 2018 death of her father from a wrongful insulin injection at a West Virginia veterans hospital
Person Of Interest In Suspicious Deaths At VA Hospital In W. Va. Reportedly IdentifiedThere are new developments in the investigation into suspicious deaths at a VA hospital in West Virginia.
Sen. Manchin Demands Answers After Visiting W. Va. Medical Center Where Westmoreland Co. Vet's Death Was Ruled A HomicideU.S. Senator Joe Manchin is visiting the West Virginia medical facility where 11 veterans died under suspicious circumstances.
Westmoreland Co. Vet's Death At W. Va. Medical Center Prompts Probe By Veterans Affairs Dept.The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is investigating 11 suspicious deaths at a medical center in West Virginia, according to a statement from Sen. Joe Manchin's office.
Westmoreland County Man's Death Ruled A Homicide After VA Hospital Treatment In West VirginiaThe death of a military veteran from Ruffs Dale in Westmoreland County is the subject of a wrongful death lawsuit following treatment at a veterans hospital.