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.'
Cary is one of three departing as shareholder vote determines control of company.
Companies received warnings from MSHA, U.S. Treasury and U.S. Department of Justice.
Federal officials seek $4.7 million for violations going back years.
The report gives lukewarm reaction to charter schools, no to education savings accounts.
Money would have come from Hazard Mitigation Grant money that lawmakers would prefer to help flood victims.
Special session is expected to focus on education issues.
General counsel for Governor's Office maintains Thrasher had ethical blind spots.
Most Hazard Mitigation Grant money has been allocated toward infrastructure.
National Volunteer Fire Council sent a letter to Gov. Jim Justice.
Federal investigators ask for tax records of Justice's businesses, including details of last year's state settlement.
This is the second subpoena to a West Virginia agency to be revealed.
Manchin calls settlement sweatheart deal; Justice, Morrisey disagree
Thrasher talks about flood relief for the first time since being ousted as Commerce Secretary.
Domestic Violence coalition has Friday meeting scheduled with Governor's Office.
McDaniel still must abide by deferred prosecution agreement.
Stuart announces investigation; Office of Inspector General is also asking questions.
Legislature has been gearing up for special session focusing on education.
State returns to 'slow spender' list; more cases have been added to list.