Tomblin says he’ll call leading lawmakers together soon to talk roads

On Friday's MetroNews "Talkline," he said some form of tax and fee increases would be needed to improve the state's roads. Full Story »

Higher ed officials believe reverse transfer policy will improve college completion

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Associate degree can be earned after student transfers to 4-year school. Full Story »

Regional Jail Authority promotes interim director

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David Farmer gets nod for permanent post. Full Story »

Butterfly release helps families, nurses mourn

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Family members and nurses released butterflies to symbolize the freedom for their deceased loved ones and patients. Full Story »

Corridor H to follow P3 funding option

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Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin helps open new section and instructs work to begin on next project. Full Story »

Lockdowns lifted for 3 W.Va. elementary schools

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Two schools in Boone County and one school in Kanawha County were on lockdown Thursday. Full Story »

Cabell County among first to finish 180 instructional days

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Their last day of school is Friday. Full Story »

End of an era: 3 coal-fired plants shut down Sunday

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May 31st is last day for three power plants which have generated electricity into W.Va. for years. Full Story »

HEPC members bemoan additional tuition and fee increases

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Chairman calls for alternative methods to get students in college without building up debt. Full Story »

Patriots coming to Greenbrier for NFL practices

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Super Bowl champs will join Saints at resort's practice facility. Full Story »

Second man convicted of 2001 Harrison County sexual assault and burglary

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Adam Bowers was found guilty of sexual assault, robbery and burglary Full Story »

Construction gets underway for first Kanawha County Sheetz

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Gas station and convenience store expected to open in South Charleston in November. Full Story »

WVU report: Coal industry to see nearly 40 percent decline by 2035

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Researchers said the most dramatic dropoffs are already underway. Full Story »

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