January 31, 2017

Green, Jackson resign from W.Va. school board

Justice named three new members to board last week; now has two more openings.

Deadline to enroll in Obamacare is midnight Tuesday

While the future of the Affordable Care Act is unclear, about 11.5 million have already enrolled in a health insurance plan through the health insurance marketplace.

Sugar Grove officially changes hands from federal government to healthcare provider

The new owner plans to turn the facility into a healthcare campus.

Boy injured in Harrison County after being hit by tanker truck

Anmoore police say 12-year-old suffered minor injuries.

Manchin and Mooney with very different takes on Trump’s immigration order

Manchin miffed by the process and the lack of need, Mooney calls protests an "over reaction"

Bridgeport City Councilman sees problems with anti-drug squad vote

Maxey expects the D.E.A. to reject the joint-funding resolution later this week.

Larrick gets started at Lottery

New director says gaming expansion may be presented to lawmakers.

Town of Kermit, population 400, sues five pharmaceutical giants

Lawsuit claims pharmaceutical drug wholesalers and a local pharmacy owner flooded the town with millions of prescription pills in violation of the law.

DEP announces new environmental advocate

Edward Maguire II has been president and owner of The Highlands Group, Inc.

Former Delegate Otis Leggett dead at 97

Doddridge County native spent 42 years in public education and 20 years in the legislature.

Ten people interested in becoming next Kanawha County Commissioner

The commission released the names at its Tuesday meeting.

Cyclones starved for resume-building win as West Virginia visits

Allan Taylor's preview and prediction for Tuesday night as the Mountaineers enter Hilton Coliseum as 2.5-point favorites.

Legislators welcome up to $600 million in proposed W.Va. budget cuts from Governor Justice

But finance chairmen say state leaders will have to balance the cuts against what people expect state government to do.

West Virginia’s budget — from bad to worse

Humorist Will Rogers said, “Last year we said, ‘things can’t go on like this,’ and they didn’t; they got worse.” That sums up where West...

WVU forum, vigil include advice for international students in wake of developing immigration regulations

“If you don’t have to travel abroad, I encourage you to stay here," said an immigration attorney speaking at a forum at West Virginia University.

North Marion back to statewide relevance, eyeing postseason run

North Marion entered the week with just one in-state loss, looking for a trip to the state tournament.

Manchin against Trump’s immigration executive order

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., voiced his opposition to the order, which halted immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries and stopped Syrian refugees from coming into the United States.

W.Va. Senators, Representatives look to overturn Stream Protection Rule

Lawmakers say the guidelines put costly regulations on the coal industry and does little to protect the environment.

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