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Tomblin’s vetoes short-lived; right to work, repeal of prevailing wage now law

Republican-controlled legislature wastes little time in reversing action.  Full Story »



Early morning fire in Logan

8 hours ago by in News

Authorities suspect arson in fire that displaced several residents early Friday morning. Full Story »

Former Freedom executive Farrell sentenced to 30 days in prison

20 hours ago by in News

On Thursday, the former owner and officer was the first to be sentenced to prison time for his role in the Jan. 2014 MCHM spill into the Elk River. Full Story »

Pro-life backed bill clears Senate committee

23 hours ago by in News

Doctor questions taking decision making away from mother, physician. Full Story »

Senate rolling with bills to remove various state regs

1 day ago by in News

Moves supported by Business and Industry Council Full Story »

GOP, Dems join to pass religious freedom bill in House

1 day ago by in News

Bill headed to Senate after floor debate, vote. Full Story »

Environmental leaders say state should keep working on Clean Power Plan strategy

1 day ago by in News

A feasibility study is due to lawmakers by April. Full Story »

‘Classic’ red roses remain most popular for Valentine’s Day by far

15 hours ago by in News

Florists throughout West Virginia and across U.S. are stocked for the holiday. Full Story »

Governor vetoes prevailing wage, right to work bills

21 hours ago by in News

Both the House and Senate are expected to override. Full Story »

Groups rally together to address Tent City take down

24 hours ago by in News

The homeless community in Charleston was dismantled in January. Full Story »

Police identify Elk River accident victim

1 day ago by in News

Elderly woman's vehicle was moving at a high rate of speed. Full Story »

$92 million going to help current state budget in Senate approved bill

1 day ago by in News

Money used on old workers' comp debt will help current budget woes for five months. Full Story »

End to state greyhound subsidies proposed in pending Senate bill

1 day ago by in News

Senator Chris Walters (R-Putnam, 08) said there is bipartisan support for the bill that 'could be the end of the industry.' Full Story »

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