April 26, 2017

Justice signs broadband, South Charleston TIF bills

Gov. Jim Justice signing 19 bills Wednesday.

Elderly man missing in Tucker County found dead

Search crews found the body of Raymond Epling of Lewisburg, around 2:45 p.m. Wednesday.

Teacher, football coach arrested on drug charges

Investigators allege undercover drug buys.

Parkersburg football coach Don Reeves steps down

Don Reeves went 35-38 in seven seasons at the helm with Parkersburg.

American Airlines to add seats on regional jets at Yeager Airport

The airport made the announcement Wednesday.

Justice says he will call Legislature back in next week

Carmichael expresses support for deal.

Supporters of miners’ health care fix see finish line, express optimism

UMWA President Cecil Roberts says bipartisan support speaks volume.

DHHR encourages parents to get infants immunized

Dr. Rahul Gupta, commissioner of the West Virginia Bureau for Public Health, and Dr. Sherri Young, state immunization officer, were in Hurricane to promote National Infant Immunization Week.

Man killed in Cabell County fire

Victim was confined to wheelchair.

Holden man pleads guilty in Ojeda attack

Jonathan Porter faces 1-5 years in prison.

State DOH works to reduce construction zone crashes in W.Va.

DOH reports there have been nearly 2,000 work zone crashes in West Virginia over the last five years.

Study finds no groundwater contamination from fracking, but industry not off the hook

Groundwater contamination isn't an issue for hydraulic fracturing, but storage of the waste is a problem area for the industry.

Governor signs ‘Second Chance for Employment Act’

Law would allow non-violent offenders to petition to have felonies reduced to misdemeanors.

New report shows cases of drugged driving surpass drunk driving

West Virginia is one of five states sharing in grant funding to train law enforcement officers to better identify drug-impaired driving.

WVSP: Another push coming in attempt to find missing elderly man in Tucker County

It's what searchers haven't found that has sparked a prominent theory.

Armstead suggests House GOP is coming together — and budget deal is not

Governor Justice says 'I can't get Tim off the bubble.'

Seniors leading AA No. 2 Wayne for another postseason run

Wayne entered the week ranked No. 2 in Class AA, looking for a return trip to the state tournament.

Energy severance tax rates provide another hurdle in state budget battle

One of the many challenges in reaching agreement on a proposed state budget for the new fiscal year beginning July 1 has to do with...

Justice cancels order regarding fees at state parks

Gov. Jim Justice says the program was put into place without his approval.

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