The deficit is because of increasing health care costs, unexpected pension costs and department overspending, said Mayor Steve Williams.
PCS&manage will provide construction management services for two new schools that will replace Clendenin Elementary School and Herbert Hoover High School.
Linda Stutler, 61, of Fairplain, was walking on Route 21 near the Fairplain exit when she was struck by a vehicle.
While higher than the national average, West Virginia's unemployment rate fell to 5.9 percent.
Seventy-nine percent of West Virginia voters want a replacement plan for the Affordable Care Act before it is repealed.
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt said at his Senate confirmation hearing he would visit the state to better understand environmental issues.
The Drug Enforcement Agency and the U.S. Attorney's Office said their settlement with McKesson Corporation is "historic and unprecedented."
The Public Service Commission continues its investigation into West Virginia American Water Company's reaction to the Jan. 2014 chemical spill that tainted water for thousands.
Gov. Jim Justice announced a plan Monday to eliminate growing bureaucracy in the state's education system.
West Virginia Board of Education President Michael Green said he hopes educators participate in and embrace adopting a new assessment system.
Philip Casto will plead guilty to murdering Jennifer Evans in September 2015.
Police first called to "well-being check."
Revenue secretary Bob Kiss was appointed by Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to the position in July 2013.
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito participated in the Tuesday confirmation hearing of Elaine Chao.
Statistics have shown students have been rushing through the exam. Current assessments are not connected to final grades or college readiness assessments.
The Greater Kanawha Long-Term Recovery Committee held a meeting Tuesday to discuss progress made by the group and others so far.
According to witnesses, Brandon Robinson was attacked by Brian Thompson late Saturday night with a machete.
Superintendent Donna Burge-Tetrick said numerous middle and high schools should merge as a result of school loss from the June flood and decreased enrollment.
Manchin spoke with the President-elect about securing a more permanent health care solution for miners.
Mark Cowden was convicted in October of deprivation of rights for using excessive force against Ryan Hamrick in January 2015.