September 12, 2017

Manchin attends dinner with Trump, 5 other senators on tax reform

The lawmakers — three from each major party — were invited to discuss tax reform, the next issue Congress aims to take up following deals on the debt ceiling and spending plans.

Fairmont City Council passes Human Rights Commission ordinance including LGBTQ protective language

With the passage, Fairmont's Human Rights Commission now includes language that protects people based on gender identity and sexual orientation.

Investigation underway after Clay County bus driver allegedly uses gay slur

The investigation is internal, thus meaning no details have been released.

West Virginia unemployment rate increases in August

The national average in August was 4.4 percent.

Jury to determine life or death for Campbell following closing arguments

Eric Campbell was convicted of murder after a multi-state crime spree that ended in West Virginia.

Homecoming for deployed Air Guard members

Members of the 130th Airlift Wing were sent to the Middle East earlier this summer.

BB&T eliminating 56 jobs in Charleston

Bank's Processing Service Center targeted in move to improve efficiency.

PSC to hear from public on proposed Pleasants Power Station purchase

FirstEnergy Corporation's MonPower and Potomac Edison have proposed acquisition of the Pleasants Power Station near Belmont, and the public will have a chance to comment on the proposal during a hearing before the Public Service Commission Tuesday.

Pilot makes another emergency landing on I-77

Experienced pilot has engine problems for second day in a row.

Injuries, youth make offensive line ‘a work in progress’

Yardage totals look gaudy, but West Virginia trying to get inexperienced linemen up to speed.

Yeager approves partial settlement with Triad after hillside collapse

Airport and engineering company settle for $900,000.

D.C. murder suspect arrested in Morgantown

Demarius Anton Jackson, 24, was arrested without incident near Wall Street in downtown Morgantown around 12:30 p.m.

Former Orrick CEO officially launches Congressional campaign

Former Orrick CEO Ralph Baxter announced Tuesday from Orrick's Global Operations Center in Wheeling he will officially run for office.

National mine safety competition underway in Raleigh County

This is the first competition at the Raleigh County facility, but the event dates back to 1911.

WVSSAC HS Football Playoff Ratings: Week 4

Official high school football playoff ratings from the WVSSAC.

HS football photo gallery: Mingo Central 65, Logan 22

A look at Class AA defending state champion Mingo Central's 65-22 win over Logan in Week 3 of the season.

T-Center needs funds to build drug treatment facility in Charleston

Plans to build facility across from Capital High School were announced in 2014.

State BOE considering changes to some teacher licensing requirements

Public input on the proposed policy revisions is being accepted now.

Power workers from West Virginia joining Irma response

By Wednesday morning, crews from Mon Power and Appalachian Power will be working in Florida and Georgia.

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