Superintendent Donna Burge-Tetrick said numerous middle and high schools should merge as a result of school loss from the June flood and decreased enrollment.
Manchin spoke with the President-elect about securing a more permanent health care solution for miners.
Mark Cowden was convicted in October of deprivation of rights for using excessive force against Ryan Hamrick in January 2015.
In total, 12 pharmaceutical companies will pay $47 million to the state.
After "Sags" helped West Virginia avoid an upset against TCU, the freshman faces a taller challenge against No. 1 Baylor.
Benz Griggs pleads guilty to heroin distribution.
Arguments will now be heard Jan. 24.
No injuries were reported.
At approximately 3:15 p.m. Monday, Jan. 9, Morgantown Police Department responded to United Bank on the corner of Fayette and Chestnut Streets.
Long, efficient and stocked with upperclassmen, the unbeaten Bears are college basketball's biggest midseason surprise.
Jan Cahill says his first priority will be troopers in the field and helping them to do their job more effectively
Cutting 16 executive positions would save more than $1.5 million annually.
Charleston police officer placed on paid administrative leave.
Chelsea Ruby knows Governor elect Justice is engaged about growing tourism and won't be patient about seeing results
A naturalization ceremony was held Monday morning in Charleston Federal Court.
Martinsburg defeated Morgantown 40-36 in girls high school basketball.
Governor-elect calls DMV commissioner an innovative thinker.
Anglers note the Tug, Fork, Coal, and Guyandotte Rivers are improving and show great promise for fishing in the future.
The West Virginia Business & Industry Council held its annual pre-legislative conference Monday in Charleston.
Suspect charged for Saturday night attack in Kanawha City.