Brad McElhinny, Author at WV MetroNews

Today November 15, 2019

Ballots in still-disputed Harpers Ferry election are now in lockup

Sheriffs Department placed ballots in evidence locker while contentious June election is settled.

Yesterday November 14, 2019

Justice calls another special legislative session

Three bills would be considered.

As rules governing W.Va. charter schools roll out, teachers union announces plans to sue

State board proposes a 60-day public comment period, doubling the usual span.

Tennant announcement sets up Secretary of State rematch with Warner

In 2016, Warner defeated Tennant 335,526 votes to 323,750.

Wednesday November 13, 2019

Manchin gives Hyperloop a push for West Virginia

West Virginia may vie to be development center for high-speed tube transportation system.

Federal attorneys push dismissal of lawsuit by Justice companies against Office of Surface Mining

Justice companies contend federal agency broke settlement agreement; OSM says there was no agreement.

Tuesday November 12, 2019

Justice mining companies want UMW lawsuit over retiree benefits to be dismissed

Justice companies say UMW did not meet standard for going through arbitration prior to filing suit.

Sunday November 10, 2019

Honors continue for veterans at West Virginia’s two national cemeteries

About 9,000 veterans and their spouses are buried at West Virginia's two national cemeteries in Grafton.

Thursday November 7, 2019

Judge is ready to dismiss Morrisey’s case against diocese, but offers questions to Supreme Court

Judge questions whether consumer protection case against church encroaches into church-state separation.

Another senator, Kenny Mann, says he won’t run for re-election

Monroe County Republican says he'll be done after one term.

Wednesday November 6, 2019

Judge rules ballots that could swing W.Va. election should be counted, but her word might not be final

Appeal is being filed with the state Supreme Court.

Poll for greyhound racing opposition group shows limited support in West Virginia

Grey2K has pledged a fight over greyhound funding this year.

Tuesday November 5, 2019

Impeachment transcripts so far don’t list Congresswoman Miller in attendance, even though she may

Miller, who has objected to closed-door hearings, may attend as a member of the House Oversight Committee.

Managed care organization is announced for thousands of West Virginia foster children

DHHR says provider will help provide more consistent care for vulnerable population.

Monday November 4, 2019

After 30 years in W.Va. Legislature, Roman Prezioso announces he won’t run again

'I’m fired up about one more year and then it’s time to do something else,' he said.

Sunday November 3, 2019

Justice coal company wants another day in court to argue against $35 million penalty

Plaintiffs call request for oral arguments a waste of time and money.

Friday November 1, 2019

W.Va. general revenue collections down about $3 million for the month

Collections down about $33.5 million for the fiscal year as state officials begin to take precautions.

Thursday October 31, 2019

Goodwin dissolves DEA suspension of Oak Hill pharmacy

Federal judge says DEA did not demonstrate 'imminent danger to public health and safety."

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