‘How’s the Senate doing on the budget?’ senator asks

Senate President Carmichael says it's coming along at record pace. Full Story »



Lawmakers wrestle with drone abilities and limits

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Bill focuses on who can lawfully use the popular devices. Full Story »

House passes bill increasing fines and community service for littering

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Bill sponsors say current fines are no deterrent. Full Story »

Senator says tax reform could put W.Va. in an enviable position

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Supporters say states with no income tax perform better than neighbors, even when they have a higher sales tax. Full Story & Video »

Groundhog couldn’t have been more wrong

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Snowfall not out of the question--but forecasters say the outlook is for mild temperatures for the foreseeable future Full Story »

Richwood mayor keeps up anti-consolidation fight

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RICHWOOD, W.Va.¬†—¬†Mayor Bob Henry Baber says Richwood has been all but broken by the June floods. He says adding the threat of consolidation to the... Full Story »

Sugary drink tax prepares to bubble into Capitol conversation

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Proposed tax would be 2 cents per fluid ounce. Full Story »

Justice wants to expand duties of fleet office to get handle on state vehicles

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Governor says keeping track of every vehicle will save the state money. Full Story »

Portable classrooms arrive for flooded Kanawha County schools

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Portables were installed at Bridge Elementary over the weekend. Full Story »

DEA agent says 360 Strategy works in W.Va. because community efforts already in place

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The DEA unveiled the initiative last week for the Charleston-Huntington area. Full Story »

Bill to shine light on political fundraisers during session up for passage

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Bill would require near immediate disclosure if a lawmaker stages a fundraiser while session is in progress Full Story »

Help needed for state DOE Summer Feeding Program

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Feeding sites are for low-income children ages 18 and under. Full Story »

WVU professor and Buckhannon native will document “Nashville Sound”

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This project will be the first historical record of "Nashville Sound." Full Story »

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