Brad McElhinny

Yesterday November 17, 2017

Atlantic Coast Pipeline gains key approval from U.S. Forest Service

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Atlantic Coast Pipeline cleared another regulatory hurdle on Friday when the U.S. Forest Service gave approval for the pipeline to be...

Thursday November 16, 2017

Recycling company riding recognition after Supreme Court victory

Impression Products receives award from Recycling Times.

Just kicked out of one bankruptcy, Morgantown hotel owner files in a different district

Judge in different district had just finalized company's dismissal from bankruptcy court.

Capitol dome repair may cost at least $10 million

Lowest bid for repair work came from Charleston firm.

Wednesday November 15, 2017

Judge rules again that owners of Morgantown hotel are dismissed from bankruptcy court

Judge had already ruled once that case should be dismissed.

Two Kanawha magistrates receive rebukes

Halloran and Hall receive public admonishments from Judicial Investigation Commission.

Tuesday November 14, 2017

Conversation continues about moving Forestry to Department of Agriculture

Forestry director would like for agency to stay with Commerce.

Home plan accepted for Lavigne, who will soon be released after 20 years in prison

It is possible Lavigne will be released as soon as Wednesday.

Judicial compensation commission closes in on final recommendations

Panel is considering more factors; may present Legislature with a range of options.

Monday November 13, 2017

Justice again commits to backstopping Wood County for million-dollar fire bill

Officials say company or insurer will have to pay in long run.

Justice analogy: the China natural gas deal and the bag of bananas

Justice says some people are inclined to find fault with good news.

Sunday November 12, 2017

Mileage for thousands of state vehicles is less than minimal, audit concludes

A few hundred vehicles rack up zero mileage.

Legislators aim to ensure contractors in fraud cases don’t get more state work

Proposed legislation would toughen debarment criteria.

After 16 years of ownership, DOH may move toward using property

State bought 'Black Betsy' property in 2001.

Audit: WV contracts for $18 million in payments for wvOasis contractor were invalid

Legislative auditor recommends the state pursue reimbursement of the money.

WV child advocacy centers see steady increase in child victims served

Leaders say children are developing trust in the centers.

Justice’s aviation company wants $4 million helicopter lawsuit to be dismissed

Lawyers for Justice Aviation also want to be granted a counterclaim.

Thursday November 9, 2017

China deal key to developing long-sought natural gas hub in W.Va.

Institute has estimated 100,000 jobs in region could result from hub.

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