July 12, 2018

Capito meets with Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh

President Donald Trump announced his nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh Monday.

Blog: First day of impeachment covers cars, antique desk, gift cards

Impeachment proceedings begin in the state Legislature.

State Ethics Commission issues rulings on two employees

The public reprimands and fines were issued Thursday.

West Virginia fire crew sent to Michigan for fire assistance

The crew is expected to be in Michigan for two weeks.

$2 million Powerball ticket sold in Kanawha County

A customer of the Fas Chek in Charleston purchased the winning ticket.

Former RISE director tells lawmakers ‘we were building a plane and flying it at the same time’

Mary Jo Thompson, others testify during 5-hour hearing before lawmakers.

Prime position: West Virginia media’s choice for No. 2 in Big 12

While Oklahoma is the overwhelming favorite again, WVU leads the pack of contenders.

Paine outlines achievements, challenges in State of Education address

Paine said the American Institutes for Research (AIR) routinely ranks West Virginia in the lower half of the top 10 in terms of the state's early education rankings.

WVU and Shepherd not seeing eye-to-eye on HEPC appointment

Shepherd University President Dr. Mary Hendrix described it as a "hostile takeover."

Ketchum’s retirement means he won’t be impeached

Delegates focus on use of state vehicles on first day of impeachment proceedings.

Cleveland man listed as most wanted arrested in Fayette County

Gary Sanders was wanted for an alleged murder.

Louisiana girl visits West Virginia to offer hugs to law enforcement officers

On Thursday, a nationwide trip for Rosalyn Baldwin, 8, brought her to Kanawha County.

Ethics Commission says councilor’s vote on Haymaker not conflict of interest

The commission said Morgantown Deputy Mayor Mark Brazaitis' participation in such votes would not be a conflict of interest, although he owns property that borders the forest.

Raleigh County firefighter pleads guilty to mail fraud

Michael Cowger, 50, admitted to fraudulently receiving over $20,000.

WV Supreme Court teeters amid controversy

The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, the court of last resort in our state, is in tatters, and its condition may get worse before...

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