Pleasants Power Station is asking for $12.5 million annual relief on its business and occupation tax.
Members removed from Kanawha County GOP Executive Committee serve notice they intend to sue.
Social media management platform will help organize outreach, but observers warn to watch where the line is.
Two recent settlements were the latest in a series.
Information comes from a database maintained by the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Judge concludes Blankenship doesn't live in Mingo County, or West Virginia.
First set of discovery responses is due in a month.
Senator says he can't get details about deal, worries that gas could just be shipped overseas.
Ellington, Higginbotham take over Education Committee.
GOP chairwoman breaks silence with statewide radio appearance.
Some banks report empty or closed accounts.
New members are named to Kanawha GOP committee, over protests.
Lawyers for Justice companies cite venue problems with filing in western Virginia.
Thrasher says he would apply consistent emphasis; Justice says he inherited problem; Folk says neither has a great track record.
Campaign reports give snapshot of campaign strength early on.
Conflict started with a vote of no confidence in Gov. Jim Justice a few months ago.
Lawyers for Paine respond to lawsuit filed in federal court.
State officials have asked how much money is needed for West Virginia's post-disaster needs, how many homes remain for work and whether money should be shifted to other needs.
Thompson Construction remains active; VOAD tries to fill construction gap.
Governor Justice among those paying tribute.