April 27, 2017

Details released regarding 2014 Elk River spill settlement

The details of the settlement went public Thursday evening, which includes payments for residential households, businesses and those with medical needs.

Justice signs indoor tanning ban for those under 18

The Legislature approved the bill earlier this month.

WVSU files lawsuit against Dow Chemical for water pollution

University officials say contamination does not create risk to human health on campus.

Man convicted in Berkeley County murder case

James Love found guilty in 2015 death of Hedgesville-area woman.

Justice strikes down ‘Tebow bill’

Measure would have allowed home-schooled and private school students to participate in sports and extracurricular activities in nearby public schools.

Avon Cobourne brings hard-working attitude back to new W.Va. job

Former Mountaineer has new role at new role at the Charleston Family YMCA.

Monroe County man killed in Princeton crash

Police say victim was ejected from pick-up truck.

Public broadcasting fixture to retire

Beth Vorhees has been a mainstay at W.Va. Public Broadcasting since 1984. She'll retire Friday after a long and rewarding career.

State forester Dye retiring

Parkersburg native has been in the position for 18 years.

State police investigating allegations of sexually explicit photos involving teacher

Probe involves students at Buckhannon-Upshur High School.

South Charleston mayor excited about TIF district opportunities

Authorization clears the way for nearly $300 Million dollars in development in the next five years.

The Lunch: Carter, Adrian land co-MVP awards

See what other Mountaineers earned honors in Thursday's Gold & Blue Lunch Report.

Hatfield-McCoy Trail officials believe there’s room for more

Adding other trail networks in the state needs to be carefully planned out and coordinated according to the Hatfield McCoy Regional Recreational Authority, otherwise it could kill investment incentive

Capito sees “really good things” in Trump tax reform blueprint

Simplifying the tax code, she said, will be especially helpful to West Virginians.

No. 5 GW building momentum after win over No. 3 Cabell Midland

Class AAA No. 5 George Washington has a bevy of young talent, coming off of a marque win earlier this week.

Analysis: budget package could add $50 million in year 1 but fall behind after that

Bill would raise revenue up to $50 million for the coming fiscal year but cut revenue by $170 million each of the following two years, an analysis says.

McElhinny: The roadmap to state budget options

As West Virginia struggles with its budget, other states face similar decisions.

Marshall students, faculty present innovation projects to celebrity judges

Groups were given four weeks to plan a proposal to solve one of three issues: substance abuse, technology in West Virginia or education of youth.

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