The county school systems is facing problems caused by declining tax revenue, lower student enrollments and overspending by the previous school board.
It was the third televised town hall Justice has participated in since March 13.
The leak is believed to have not impacted drinking water.
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., answered questions on an array of topics, including the American Health Care Act and the legalization of marijuana.
The department will reduce its fleet from 150 vehicles to 127.
The collaboration will launch in six counties close to Morgantown.
Tim Jung Braunsberg, 34, of Clarksburg, allegedly was involved in a shooting Tuesday evening at the First Exchange Bank in Fairmont.
The town hall was hosted by WVVA-TV.
The town hall was taped for an episode of MSNBC's "All In with Chris Hayes."
There are currently 718 teacher vacancies across the state, with 330 vacancies being in special education and math.
The State Flood Protection Planning Council and Joint Legislative Committee on Flooding would be responsible for creating a statewide flood protection planning program.
The Cabell County Commission said nine companies sold 40 million doses of pain medication from 2007 to 2012 The Kanawha County Commission said 16 companies sold 66 million doses during that same period.
Rhonda Conrad, 49, faces up to 10 years in federal prison, a fine up to $250,000 and a restitution payment to United Way of Central West Virginia.
The Herbert Hoover High School building in Clendenin was destroyed in the June 2016 flood. The team has been holding morning practices at the Charleston YMCA, and played its home games at Elkview Middle School.
The board also approved a memorandum of understanding to return control of the Fayette County Schools system to the local school board.
Representatives of three organizations held a joint press conference in Charleston regarding the American Health Care Act.
The $130 million project still needs to be approved by the West Virginia Board of Education.
Former Circuit Judge Gary Johnson presided over 28th Judicial Circuit Court for 24 years.
The cuts are estimated to save West Virginia more than $73,000 annually.
If House Bill 2195 becomes law, all West Virginia public schools would be required to have drug awareness and prevention instruction for K-12 students.