April 3, 2017

State Supreme Court to hear cases in Tucker County

The location was chosen by Chief Justice Allen Loughry, who is from Tucker County.

Justice offers budget proposal changes as session nears end

The plan includes $55 million in cuts and $236 million in revenue measures.

Another House budget proposal rolls out

Proposal has more cuts than version that was previewed a week ago.

Paine returns to job as state School Superintendent

Steve Paine replaced Dr. Michael Martirano last week.

W.Va. House, Senate honor NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson

Resolutions were passed Monday to declare August 26 as "Katherine Johnson Day."

Talkline: WVSSAC’s Dolan discusses home schooled athletes bill

Complete interview with WVSSAC executive director Bernie Dolan.

Landowners claim Senate bill gives gas industry all the cards

The gas industry believes forced pooling legislation clears the way for gas development, lease owners tell lawmakers the measure gives away West Virginia's wealth to the industry.

House Finance passes its tax reform bill

Bill would lower state sales tax, broaden what is taxed.

Clarksburg natives arrested on murder charges after body discovered in Barbour County

The body is undergoing an autopsy and identification process in Charleston Monday morning.

Southern W.Va. U.S. attorney’s office opens National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

A ceremony was held Monday at the Robert C. Byrd United States Courthouse in Charleston.

The marijuana seed breaks through legislative ground

The most often used analogy about the legislative process is that it’s like making sausage; lots of different parts, some less desirable than others, ground together...

UMWA president optimistic on benefits vote soon

Deadline looms on legislation to save miners' healthcare and pension benefits. Roberts believes ultimately they will win the benefits since Congress doesn't want the alternative.

Book about Yeager Airport, Charleston aviation to be released next month

The book, titled "Yeager Airport and Charleston Aviation", was written by the airport's Assistant Director Nick Keller.

Health study shows W.Va. ranks 50th for eighth year in a row

The study was released from Gallup and Healthways last week.

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