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Public education not spared in latest round of budget cuts

1 percent cut in state School Aid Formula money will vary from county to county.  Full Story »

Man in critical condition after bulldozer accident

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55-year-old man rolled over embankment Tuesday morning near Green Sulphur Springs. Full Story »

First Energy substation planned to serve gas industry and 3 WV counties

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The company will spend more than $60 million on construction and planning which will begin in the spring. Full Story »

Goodwill opens new Prosperity Center in Charleston

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A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on the city's West Side Tuesday. Full Story »

Layoff notices extended for more than 1,000 at Patriot Coal

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WARN notices at six mining operations extended with approval of bankruptcy sale pending. Full Story »

Outreach and retention focuses of WVU state of the university address

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President Gordon Gee delivered his 2 annual state of the university address Monday. Full Story »

Charleston roofing contractor cited for heat-related illness

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Incident happened last month while a worker was removing roofing at Capitol Complex Full Story »

Alpha sends WARN notices to 92 miners

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Two Raleigh County mines to be idled at the end of November. Full Story »

State revenue secretary: state agencies may struggle completing missions

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Bob Kiss says latest budget cut will be difficult to handle. Full Story »

Constellium to add jobs at Ravenswood

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Company experiencing growth in their sector of the aluminum market and looking to expand all North American operations. Full Story »

Fayette County Commission retains legal counsel to resolve county’s dispute with SBA

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The SBA voted last week to reject the Fayette County Comprehensive Education Facilities Plan Full Story »

Natural gas customers to see lower rates this winter season

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Public Service Commission orders lower rates effective Nov. 1. Full Story »

Tomblin announces 4% budget cut for most agencies

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Dramatic declines in coal and natural gas severance revenues forces cuts with school systems seeing 1 percent drop as well. Full Story »

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