June 13, 2018

Stuart announces support of DOJ effort to protect religious people, groups

The "Place to Worship Initiative" will involve working with U.S. attorneys to educate municipal officials and religious organizations about federal law.

Mexican restaurant owners ordered to pay back wages

The order involves four Las Trancas restaurants and a Plaza Maya establishment in West Virginia and a Las Trancas establishment in Ohio.

Warner: US Supreme Court made right decision on Ohio voter law

The Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of the state law aimed at removing voters off the active list.

Commerce memo says WV flood housing progress stopped for ‘pause’

Governor's Office publicly questions intent of producing memo.

Allan Taylor of MetroNews is named new editor for Dominion Post

Taylor will continue to write sports columns for both MetroNews and the Dominion Post.

Redshirts can play, transfers can roam under new NCAA policy

Allan Taylor's column: Coaches split after the NCAA enacted two player-friendly rule changes Wednesday.

WVDA says eat local beef for Father’s Day this weekend

Father's Day weekend is coming up, and the West Virginia Division of Agriculture wants West Virginians to eat locally farmed meat.

State Parks to host farm to table events

State Parks to feature West Virginia grown products in a summer series of meals.

State BOE members like new digs, thank students

Charleston meeting room revamped with decorated wall and new board table.

Bridgeport sweeps AA with boys MVB Bank Champions Cup win

Bridgeport's 750 points earned in its Class AA MVB Bank Champions Cup win were the most by any school of any class.

Bridgeport wins AA girls MVB Bank Champions Cup by largest margin

Bridgeport's AA girls MVB Bank Champions Cup win was by the largest margin overall this year.

Beckley man accused of setting fiance on fire enters guilty plea

Dwayne Michael Lane faces multiple charges.

NWS: Break in heat and humidity coming, at least briefly

Meteorologists say Thursday and Friday will be more comfortable.

WVSSAC to recognize archery as a sanctioned sport

Officials say the popularity of the DNR's Archery in the Schools and the diversity of competitors is driving the WVSSAC's decision

Climate change discussed at Charleston forum

Conversations on Climate Change sponsored by law firm.

Human remains discovered in Kanawha County

Team was searching for missing person when discovery made.

State unemployment rate remains at 5.4 percent

May marked the eighth month in a row the rate has been at 5.4 percent.

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