May 1, 2017

Natural gas royalties to be decided in Supreme Court rehearing

The original November decision said natural gas companies who obtain mineral rights are not allowed to take deductions out of payments intended for landowners.

KCC: Dow water pollution will not affect sports complex construction

Kanawha County Commission released a statement Monday regarding West Virginia State University's lawsuit against Dow Chemical.

Permanent health benefits fix for retired coal miners part of Congressional spending plan

Votes in the U.S. House and U.S. Senate are expected this week.

Senators question timing of impending special session

No consensus yet among House, Senate and Governor Justice.

Threat of severe weather results in tornado watch

18 counties under watch until Monday night.

Naturalization ceremony welcomes more than 70 new U.S. citizens

The ceremony was held at the federal courthouse in Charleston Monday morning.

GOP delegates express doubt about budget deal

House puts out series of statements by delegates expressing concerns about budget package.

Auditor makes contingency for shut down

McCuskey says he's ready to "go to the mat" if need be to fund vital state programs in the event of government shutdown

Semifinalists named in WV Scholar Program

15 top juniors still in the running for scholarship worth $160,000.

Saturday morning arrest wasn’t first encounter between alleged attacker and troopers

State Police say suspect had been drinking most of the day and night prior to an attack and subsequent arrest

House Republicans, Governor split on how to #FTDR

West Virginia has a “chicken-or-the-egg” conundrum on #FTDR (Fix The Damn Roads). Governor Jim Justice has made a massive road construction and repair effort the centerpiece...

Yeager to seek federal funds for short term hillside fix

Airport officials will meet with the FAA Tuesday.

Analyst believes coal rebound will be modest

Coal faces difficult challenge long term against natural gas for power generation

Crimestoppers group to reopen, investigate cold cases in southern W.Va.

The first case to be reopened is the 1981 homicide of Cynthia Jane Miller in Beckley.

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