Shaw family says it should have been allowed an informed decision about whether hospital was safe.
The plan remains stable as it is set to be reviewed by the public for coming fiscal year.
Justice credits administration's work for economic performance.
Autopsy concludes death is suspicious, identifies four insulin injection points.
A dozen employees were laid off; operators say most may come back.
Senate president wants to stop $14 million transfer to racing, likely ending the practice.
September is looking up, says Revenue Secretary Dave Hardy.
New delegate studied political science and government.
The membership of the West Virginia Board of Funeral Service Examiners is totally new, and within the past few weeks the board has pushed out the agency's director and office manager.
West Virginia's Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management is appealing the disallowed dollars.
Poll was conducted shortly after mass shootings.
27 states and more than 2,000 local governments are part of proposed settlement.
Family feels betrayed by VA but expresses confidence in investigation.
The Greenbrier has filed a federal lawsuit against the insurance adjuster hired to help collect on damages after the 2016 flood.
'They go into executive session, so you really don’t know how it’s going.'
Poll respondents are unsure about fourth class for high school basketball.
But Attorney General says West Virginia could pull out if aspects of settlement wind up seeming unfavorable.
Officials say W.Va. schools show some improvement in math, language results.
West Virginia lawyers representing drug-ravaged communities favor accepting the settlement.
Poll shows two thirds express dissatisfaction.