The $16.9 million agreement is part of a larger deal to provide classrooms with more technology.
The original November decision said natural gas companies who obtain mineral rights are not allowed to take deductions out of payments intended for landowners.
The first RISE on the Road will be Monday at Clendenin Middle School, and the second Thursday at White Sulphur Springs Civic Center.
The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals is scheduled to rehear Leggett v. EQT on Tuesday regarding royalty payments from companies.
Groups were given four weeks to plan a proposal to solve one of three issues: substance abuse, technology in West Virginia or education of youth.
Dr. Rahul Gupta, commissioner of the West Virginia Bureau for Public Health, and Dr. Sherri Young, state immunization officer, were in Hurricane to promote National Infant Immunization Week.
Gov. Jim Justice says the program was put into place without his approval.
The previous bridge was destroyed in the June 2016 flood.
Senate Bill 28 would have allowed two or more counties to create bodies to oversee all-terrain vehicle trails.
Huntington Mayor Steve Williams was on MetroNews "Talkline" to discuss what is in store after winning the America's Best Communities contest.
Delegate John Overington, R-Berkeley, has introduced multiple bills to reinstate capital punishment in West Virginia.
Deanna McKinney's son, Tymel, died in April 2014 after being shot multiple times. For the third straight year, she held a block party in an effort to show compassion and support for others.
The Huntington Job and Resource Fair will be Friday at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena.
The Miners Protection Act is set to expire on April 28. which could leave more than 22,000 coal miners and widows without coverage or retirement payments.
$3 million will fund four city revitalization projects.
The winner will receive a $3 million prize that will go toward revitalization efforts.
The individuals sent a joint letter Monday to congressional leadership asking for a way to continue funding miners' benefits.
Christy Salters Martin was in Charleston on April 4 for an event benefiting Concord University
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt announced earlier this week a new agenda on balancing regulation and business.
Supporters say bill sets up process to better track state's drug epidemic.