BrickStreet director provides comparisons for lawmakers.
Commerce Secretary says he inherited costs, wouldn't have made same decision.
Highways counsel provides update to legislators.
All state agencies required to do so meet required deadline for draft audits.
Thrasher makes pitch to state legislators.
Justice makes similar claim at multiple stops on 'Roads to Prosperity' tour.
Funeral home director Harding was accused of cashing in more than 100 pre-need funeral contracts.
Completion is within striking distance, developers and highways officials say.
Lawyer for Justice companies tells newspaper the allegations will be fought.
Majority of justices say unions unlikely to succeed in case.
Jason Pizatella, deputy chief of staff, is accepting a job at a Charleston law firm.
He will step away from coaching the boys team but intends to continue coaching the girls.
Census releases American Community Survey data.
Lender sizes up hotel situation as 'highly volatile.'
Progress is apparent during open house; first products expected to roll out in January.
Complaint alleges governor tried to influence elections officials.
Lawyers for Mountain Blue Hospitality are trying to block the sale.
Governor lays out reasons he believes bond issue should pass Oct. 7.
Developments by William Abruzzino are now involved in multiple court actions.
Most say they'll turn out for road bond vote, but history says otherwise about turnout.