Don Blankenship leaves the Robert C. Byrd United States Courthouse in Charleston after being convicted of a conspiracy charge.

Blankenship appeal focuses on ‘willful disregard’

Oral arguments set for 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in Richmond, Va. Full Story »

WV Democratic Party, organizations to hold Working Family rallies ahead of Election Day

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Rallies are scheduled to take place in Huntington, Elkins, Charleston and Morgantown. Full Story »

Health educators, students and U.S. senator address opioid epidemic

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"If we just sweep it under the rug, it's only going to get bigger. This is a public health crisis," said a student who is in long term recovery. Full Story »

Cole campaign disputes poll numbers, denies financial rumors

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Spokesman says campaign will be fully-funded through election day. Full Story & Video »

Tomblin believes next governor will have to raise taxes

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"It's going to be hard to make it without some additional revenues," Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin. Full Story »

Barbour commissioner hopeful voters will adopt ‘vital’ levy

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The Barbour County Commission traditionally reserves money for the first responders, but have been trying to stay ahead of declining revenues. Full Story »

Mishap leaves father and son with severe burns

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Flames travel into gasoline can used to accelerate a bonfire. Full Story »

Huntington joins municipalities, state DOH on filing lawsuit against WV Paving

15 hours ago by in News

The lawsuit alleges the company drove up asphalt prices. Full Story »

Father and son part of trio arrested in Monongalia Co. break-in

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Sheriff's deputies, Morgantown police and investigators with the Mon Metro Drug Task Force have been trying to solve a string of recent break-ins. Full Story »

Motorists fume over I-64 accident delays

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Authorities say no easy solutions for Interstate 64 after latest traffic mess. Full Story »

Carmichael vs. Prim: a race that could tilt the W.Va. Senate

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Majority Leader Mitch Carmichael takes on trial lawyer Brian Prim. Full Story »

Compensation and travel costs down for W.Va. Legislature, data shows

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Armstead praises efficiency efforts. Full Story »

Making the grade? 1st report cards are out next month for West Virginia’s public schools

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The groundwork for the West Virginia A-F School Accountability System was part of 2013 education reform law. Full Story »

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