Manchin, Capito say Pennsylvania congressman is right to pull name from drug czar consideration

Congressman Tom Marino (R-Penn.) had been under fire for co-sponsoring 2016 legislation limiting DEA's authority to regulate drug distributors. Full Story »

Manchin asks White House to pull drug czar nomination

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Pennsylvania Rep. Tom Marino is under fire following a journalistic investigation into the powers of the U,S, Drug Enforcement Administration. Full Story »

Pierpont pilot program receives $151,000 grant

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The new program, entitled the Pierpont Early College Academy, was announced during a press conference held Monday and will be funded by a $151,000 grant from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation. Full Story »

Senate, House pass bill allowing tax information to be shared with DOH

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Bill now goes to House in special session. Full Story »

Owner of troubled Morgantown hotel is kicked out of bankruptcy court

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Mountain Blue Hotel Group missed a deadline to prove it has workers compensation insurance. Full Story »

Woman convicted of murder in 2014 shooting

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Woman charged in 2014 shooting in Berkeley County convicted of second-degree murder Full Story »

Homer Hickam says the hurricane damage was severe

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Author and W.Va. native visits his home in St. John following Hurricanes Irma and Maria Full Story »

FEMA deadline for July flooding individual aid expires Tuesday

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It's unclear how much individual aid has currently been provided to those under the individual assistance declaration. Full Story »

DHHR receives 24 applications for Ryan Brown funding

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The funding is for additional substance abuse treatment bed services. Full Story »

CAMC trains W.Va. school nurses to ‘Stop the Bleed’ after injury

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Training part of nationwide Stop the Bleed campaign. Full Story »

Morgantown City Council to vote for second time on Human Rights Commission Tuesday

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Wallace said the Commission will provide that opinion, but explained further that the ordinance does not provide the body with the ability to levy fines, fees, or other monetary penalties or damages. Full Story »

New federal prosecutor prepared for post

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Bill Powell beginning his first week on the job. Full Story »

Special Session: Jobs Act bill draft getting cool reception in House

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House speaker says too many restrictions could slow road bond projects. Full Story & Video »

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