March 6, 2017

Johnson named permanent Administrative Director of state Supreme Court

Former Circuit Judge Gary Johnson presided over 28th Judicial Circuit Court for 24 years.

DHHR to reduce fleet by 33 vehicles

The cuts are estimated to save West Virginia more than $73,000 annually.

House Finance chair says he pitched ‘sweeping’ accounts with Justice staff day before Governor took credit

A day later, Gov. Jim Justice took credit for idea and blamed the Legislature for not taking step.

Indictment in Lena Lunsford case

Lena Lunsford allegedly killed daughter Aliayah in 2011.

Statewide HS boys basketball regional schedule and scores

Statewide high school boys basketball regional schedule and results.

A change; state revenue collections exceed estimates

All key taxes perform well in February.

County elected leaders fear government shutdown as budget talks continue

Officials were in Charleston Monday for the West Virginia Association of Counties Annual Conference.

Yeager Airport wants runway extension project to be top priority in Trump Administration

The airport hopes the plan will get on President Donald Trump's High Priority Infrastructure Projects list nationwide.

From ‘knuckleheads’ to ‘blockheads’ Justice still critical of legislature over budget

House Speaker Armstead says Republican leadership will have budget plan ready by Thursday's 30-day mark.

Three arrested in Morgantown armed robbery

The victim reported three white men had kicked his apartment door open and held him at gunpoint while they robbed the residence.

The Lunch: Self turned tough scenario into Big 12 runaway

The Gold & Blue Lunch Report has no beef with the Big 12 coach of the year or any of the other awards.

Adjustments ahead for tax reform bill, committee chairman says

Senator Karnes says income tax repeal would be accomplished via step-down.

Complete 2017 girls basketball state tournament schedule

The 2017 girls basketball state tournament schedule from the Charleston Civic Center.

Bill would require additional drug prevention programs in public schools

If House Bill 2195 becomes law, all West Virginia public schools would be required to have drug awareness and prevention instruction for K-12 students.

Water bill no reason for panic

The West Virginia Legislature is engaged in a debate over a controversial bill that changes how the state Department of Environmental Protection measures treated discharges...

Capito: New-look ACA taking shape, shouldn’t leave Americans uncovered

Senator says Congress is exploring the "push and pull" of any changes with Obamacare

New HUD secretary will get an invite to visit West Virginia’s Capital City

The executive director of Covenant House says Dr. Ben Carson could be "a champion" for public housing projects.

Spring forest fire season begins with dry conditions in the Mountain State

Division of Forestry Director concerned about hazardous burning this season.

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