May 29, 2019

Justice names new CHIP director

Jean Kranz will serve as the director of the state Children's Health Insurance Program.

Morgantown Regional sells out in 15 minutes; student seats still available

It didn't take long for West Virginia to sell out the NCAA baseball regional, but there are still some ways to get into the stadium.

Roane County woman dies from fallen tree

The incident happened before 1:30 p.m. at a residence in the Craig Ridge Area.

Justice signs special session bills

Governor Jim Justice signed 17 bills that state lawmakers passed during the special legislative session held last week.

Charleston Council committee passes ordinance on facilities access

The Ordinance and Rules Committee passed Bill 7819 in a 6-1 vote before a packed council chamber.

Education savings accounts get their own bill in Senate

'Extremely divisive' proposal won't be in omnibus education bill.

Strong storms leave behind damage, power outages

Heaviest storms move through coalfield counties.

Beckley Police officer charged with battery

The incident happened at a bar in Daniels.

Wide receiver recruit Wilson picks Iowa State over West Virginia

West Virginia still has its final scholarship available after a junior college recruit picked a Big 12 rival.

Early voting comes to a close in heated South Charleston mayoral race

Current Mayor Frank Mullens is running against former Mayor Richie Robb.

China Energy requests meeting with state officials in China

Business Development Mission begins Friday.

Well-connected dog’s lengthy legal saga comes to an end

Jasper is euthanized despite multiple appeal attempts in court system.

Family concerned about Rockwool, gas line’s proximity to historic cemetery

Mountaineer Gas declined to comment on the matter Wednesday.

Charleston council considers language regarding access to health care facilities

Rules and Ordinance Committee to consider in Wednesday night meeting.

Greenbrier lawyers ask for more time in federal lawsuit

Judge Goodwin says it's past time to serve process in lawsuit.

Wayne County grieves loss of young life

Sophomore student Colt Adams, 16, dies in a car wreck on SR 152

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