This will mark the president's fourth visit to West Virginia since taking office.
"Hotter Than a Pepper Sprout" by Billy Edd Wheeler is scheduled for a April 3 release.
The candidates — state Senator Richard Ojeda, D-Logan, Tri-State Transit Authority General Manager CEO Paul Davis and health care professional Janice Hagerman — spoke at Marshall University.
More than 50 people stood outside of the Pratt Volunteer Fire Department building for a wreath-laying ceremony to honor Assistant Chief Mike Edwards and Lt. Tom Craigo.
The bill now goes to President Donald Trump for his signature.
The debate took place less than a month from the statewide primary election, in which the winner of the race will face off against the incumbent Republican Rep. David McKinley.
Trump spoke about his "Initiative to Stop Opioids Abuse and Reduce Drug Supply and Demand" to an audience in New Hampshire, a state that has been affected by the opioid epidemic much like West Virginia.
A measure to recriminalize needles used for illegal drugs was introduced on March 5.
What started as a tweet by West Virginia Republican Party Chairwoman Melody Potter against state Sen. Richard Ojeda, D-Logan, turned into a social media firestorm.
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., is one of 16 members of the Joint Select Committee on Solvency of Multiemployer Pension Plans.
Trump signed two proclamations Thursday to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
The health department announced Wednesday it has issued new guidelines regarding the pick up of syringes by users.
The council's Finance Committee listened to presentations from Dr. Michael Brumage and Charleston Police Chief Steve Cooper regarding the effects of the needle exchange program.
State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey unilaterally filed a "petition for review" over agency's drug quota system, claiming the government was not doing enough to prevent drug manufacturers and distributors from providing the public with an excess of opioids.
The session comes in light of the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, in which 17 people died.
Lawmakers passed the measure 98-1 on the "cooling-off" day of the statewide education walkout.
This word comes more than a week after the deadly mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida.
The committee has invested more than $200 million over the last four years into its data program.
U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., said while she would not favor gun-control policy, she thinks it is fair to talk about what can be done
West Virginia school employees have been demanding lawmakers for improvements to the state health insurance program as well as larger pay raises.