March 22, 2017

Justice talks economy, jobs during TV town hall

It was the third televised town hall Justice has participated in since March 13.

Justice announces 2 appointments to state education board

Frank Vitale and Jeffrey Flanagan have been appointed to serve on the board.

Carter’s imprint impossible to miss on Press Virginia

Allan Taylor's column from the Sweet 16: Mountaineers point guard has grown accustomed to directing his teammates, and they've grown used to listening.

WVU State of University address focuses on budget, politics, growth

West Virginia University President Gordon Gee, while delivering the State of the University address, was adamant there is no room for complacency even as budgets dwindle, employee hiring policies are certain to change and national politics spark upheaval.

Sweet 16 notebook: Fishing, beards, and San Jose’s per diem boost

Some light-hearted takeaways from West Virginia and Gonzaga on the eve of their Sweet 16 matchup.

Greyhound racing moves to the brink, but Justice says he wants to keep it

House and Senate finance committees vote to 'de-couple' racetracks.

W.Va. congressmen still weighing proposed ACA replacement

The U.S. House vote was scheduled for Thursday.

Fairmont State advances to first ever Final Four

Fairmont State Wednesday beat Rollins, 86-68, for a spot in its first Final Four.

Yeager debris removal complete, board seeks federal funds for next phase

Airport officials will travel to Washington, D.C. to seek funding support for its runway extension plan.

Bill promoting Amtrak daily service clears House

Amtrak's Cardinal now runs 3 days a week through West Virginia.

SBA to honor 2 West Virginians for business, flood recovery work

The awardees will attend a ceremony in Washington, D.C. next month.

Finance chairman says lantern and ‘war room’ not necessary to convey situation is serious

Delegate Eric Nelson says his committee has been doing its homework already.

Emmaleigh’s Law passes Senate; accused in court

Bill named after 10-month-old girl who died last year.

Police say Detroit men “executed” in Fairmont

Fairmont police release the names of the men killed in a March 19 shooting.

Nicholas County man arrested for threats against Superintendent; Richwood mayor issues statement

Richwood Mayor Bob Henry Baber issued a statement condemning the threat.

Potential DHHR budget cuts could take many forms

As of now, DHHR secretary said it's not clear how his agency can get to the $50 million reduction proposed in the Republican budget framework without serious effects on West Virginia residents and families.

In ‘war room,’ Democrats worry that GOP budget blanks won’t be filled in

Democrats gather with governor; Republicans decline this invitation.

The Lunch rankings: WVU-Gonzaga among most compelling Sweet 16s

SAN JOSE, Calif. — The SAP Center has its NCAA court installed (don’t worry, that screen shot comes from two days ago) and we’ll take...

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