October 15, 2017

Who should decide who serves on the state school board?

Legislature will continue its examination of state school board elections.

Manchin, Capito confident tax reform will happen

House Speaker Paul Ryan said Congress will pass tax reform even if it means keeping lawmakers in Washington during Christmas.

Lawmakers consider pay raises to recruit, retain correctional officers

Hundreds of officers leave as regional jails experience overcrowding.

First trial in coal executive death to begin Monday

Anthony Arriaga, 22, of Gibonsburg, Ohio, allegedly conspired with Brandon Fitzpatrick, 19, of Louisa, Ky., to steal the SUV of coal executive Ben Hatfield.

DOH needs a system for knowing what land it owns, auditors conclude

DOH could be selling its unused property, auditors say.

Audit: wvOasis consultants are failing to pass on knowledge to state workers

Consulting companies have become embedded in state government, legislative auditors conclude.

4th-&-short gamble followed stirring sideline debate

West Virginia's offensive line turned around a tough day when Dana Holgorsen threatened to kick on on fourth-and-1 in the red zone: Allan Taylor's column

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