A handful of people gathered in the Upper Rotunda at the state capitol just before the session began Wednesday.

GOP, Dems join to pass religious freedom bill in House

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



Senate rolling with bills to remove various state regs

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Moves supported by Business and Industry Council Full Story »

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

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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

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

Tomblin appoints new Acting Cabinet Secretary of the Department of Administration

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Mary Jane Pickens will take up the post immediately, replacing Jason Pizatella in the wake of his resignation. Full Story »

Voter ID bill to House floor

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Committee party line vote sends bill to the full House of Delegates. Full Story »

Charleston man arraigned on B&E, fraud charges

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Brandon Lilly, 30, allegedly broke into John Adams Middle School and vehicles in South Hills. Full Story »

Police identify Elk River accident victim

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

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

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

Putnam County church to host special needs prom night

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The Church at Depot is one of over 100 churches to participate in Friday's event sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation. Full Story »

State Election Commission certifies Benjamin re-election committee

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Commission ruled that committee to re-elect Justice Brent Benjamin met all requirements to qualify for public campaign financing. Full Story »

Treasurer’s Office distributes unclaimed property assets to Special Olympics, Girl Scouts

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State Treasurer John Perdue presented checks worth $17,000 to both the Girls Scouts of Black Diamond and Special Olympics of West Virginia on Wednesday. Full Story »

Elderly victim identified after car plunges into Elk River

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Witnesses say woman drove into the water without touching her brakes. Full Story »

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