Justice companies insinuate federal agencies have political motivation.
Speaker sets stage for special session on education betterment.
Speaker wants all 100 members to be engaged in shaping education policy.
Demolition of Richwood High receives focus of questions.
Chuck Little to serve in seat formerly held by Ray Hollen.
Joint Legislative Committee on Flooding to hear from officials with the School Building Authority.
State officials say housing was priority all along, but they're working to move homeowners up mitigation list.
Senate President touts 'Student Success Act.'
Abraham says he thought he was going to a conflict resolution session on flood relief.
Justice wants to see 479 cases moving toward completion.
Delegate expresses concern about document showing infrastructure was seen as top priority.
Agency is the latest to acknowledge cooperation with federal investigation.
Team was established by agreement between state and federal officials.
Special session to resume April 20, but that might not yet include education issues.
Legislators say housing should be focus of flood relief.
West Virginia must address the consequences of poverty and the opioid crisis on children, the report says.
Bill could be considered during upcoming special legislative session.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Judicial Investigations Commission, which conducts ethical or legal probes of West Virginia’s judiciary, has had an overhaul of its membership. That comes...
Resignation comes right before anticipated special session on education resumes.
Carmichael says, 'I don't know if everything will be done in May, but it will definitely happen.'