January 31, 2018

West Virginia conservatives share optimism after State of the Union address

Members of the president's own party applauded most of President Donald Trump's remarks Tuesday evening, but a majority of Democrats sat motionless during much of the address.

Teacher rolling walkouts, complaints, getting lawmakers’ attention

The dissatisfaction among West Virginia school teachers, school staff and public employees over their pay and health insurance is rising from simmer to boil. Much...

Ahmad has company in drought as Mountaineers visit Iowa State

The Gold & Blue Lunch Report offers a prediction for West Virginia in Ames and updates the injury status of a key Cyclone.

Harrison teachers rally together in frustration of PEIA, pay increase

Roughly 400 teachers attended a meeting at Jewel City Church in Meadowbrook Tuesday night.

Pence, Ross to visit Greenbrier County business Wednesday

Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., and Rep. Evan Jenkins, R-W.Va., announced the visit Tuesday.

Secretary of State’s office opens business center promoting convenience, ease

The office is the result of collaboration between the Secretary of State's office, the state Tax Department, the Division of Labor and Workforce West Virginia.

Mother gets maximum prison time for I-64 crash that killed 2 children

Siera Burgess was sentenced Tuesday to 7-40 years in prison.

One of six charged in deadly 2016 Fairmont home invasion stands trial

A home invasion on Watson Avenue turned deadly when 27-year-old Malcolm Whitted of Detroit, Michigan was found shot to death.

Rolling walkouts possible from teachers; Armstead says work underway to address concerns

Teachers seek multi-year raise topping the proposed 1 percent.

Senate committee begins work on bill limiting opioid prescriptions

Measure limits physicians and other health care professionals.

Three-judge panel to hear Yeager Airport hillside collapse cases this week

Mediation is scheduled for this Thursday and Friday.

Senate unanimously passes community college bill

Bill now goes to House of Delegates.

TSA opens new screening lane at Tri-State Airport

Second screening lane will speed up the process for flyers.

City of Beckley interested in acquiring Black Knight Country Club

"The numbers have to be right," said Beckley Mayor Rob Rappold.

Inmates death probed in McDowell County

Man being held in a holding facility in Welch dies after a fight with other inmates and jail staff

Kansas commit Mike Brown flips to WVU, with brother joining too

Mike Brown and Miami transfer Joe Brown from Eastern Arizona Junior College give the Mountaineers 25 commitments.

PSC offers suggestions for high electric bills

Power bills have increased due to the cold temperatures.

West Virginia PSC includes conditions in Pleasants Power Station order

PSC issued an order on Jan. 26, approving the transfer of the Pleasants Power Station from Allegheny Energy Supply to Mon Power contingent upon agreement to conditions contained in the order.

How George Mitchell helped save American energy independence

Do you remember the Arab Oil Embargo of 1973-74?  If you are too young, ask your parents or grandparents about it. They’ll tell you about...

Lawmakers, education associations share frustration about financial situation

Lawmakers also announced a rally for public education employees, which is scheduled for Feb. 17 at the state Capitol.

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