"We have two accidents," Alsop said. "One happened at night, the other one happened mid-morning."
"Our concerns have fallen on deaf ears," said South Middle School English teacher Ashley Glock.
It is still unclear if the accident will result in any charges.
The work stoppage is expected to begin Thursday.
The substitute for S.B. 275, sponsored by Sen. Charles Clements (R - Wetzel, 02), received unanimous recommendation for passage
A jury failed to come to a verdict following 12 hours of deliberation over two days earlier this month.
"I think it signals that we're united -- this younger generation of teachers."
There are no reports of injuries or damage to buildings.
"A number of institutions are ceasing or closing them down, ceasing to have them as part of their culture. I happen to believe in the role of fraternities and sororities."
"We know in 2013 there's $500,000 missing," Bloom said Wednesday. "We can prove that."
“We have two paths before us,” WVU President Gordon Gee said.
"The defense of your life is the absolute baseline for all liberties," Keith Morgan said.
“We could almost take last year’s plan and slap a new date on it, save for a few things,” Cheatham said.
"Those are both issues, but it's far more than that," Cassandra Sisler said.
House Bill 4298 is on it's way to the Judiciary Committee following a brief stint in Education.
"There has to be some way to raise revenue in this state to help more than this," Sam Brunett said.
The Dominion Post reported Wednesday morning that 28 Mon Health Medical Center physicians signed a letter in January expressing no confidence in CEO Darryl Duncan.
WVU has already cancelled afternoon classes in preparation for wintry weather.
"Mr. Green was killed for a winning a fight he didn't even want to be involved," Prosecuting Attorney Perry DeChristopher said.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission initially denied the first petition Jan. 12.