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Monday September 24, 2018

Judges named to hear Chief Justice Workman’s impeachment petition

Workman is set for a trial in the Senate starting Oct. 15.

Deadline set for Governor Justice to respond to Supreme Court residency challenge

Last week Justice said, 'I’m not hanging out. I’m not hanging out. I’m about getting something done.'

Chief Justice Workman asks for impeachment articles to be dismissed, trial delayed

Justice Workman's Senate trial has been set for Oct. 15.

West Virginians express a wary view of immigration

West Virginia hardly has any immigration.

Sunday September 23, 2018

West Virginians may be taking a more isolationist view of world affairs

Sixty-one percent agreed that "We should pay less attention to problems overseas and concentrate on problems here at home."

Friday September 21, 2018

Justice Workman wants W.Va. Supreme Court to halt impeachment

Workman is set for a trial in the Senate starting Oct. 15.

Pre-trial publicity is theme in proposed questions for Loughry jurors

Lawyers on both sides of Loughry's upcoming federal trial hit a deadline today to submit proposed voir dire questions to filter through a jury pool.

Loughry’s federal trial may include recordings by employee who felt threatened

A new discovery filing by federal prosecutors indicates the possible use of audio clips by Kimberly Ellis, the Supreme Court’s director of administrative services.

Two-thirds support ‘whatever it takes’ to protect environment: WV Poll

That's up from the 51 percent who held that view in 2014, the last time the West Virginia Poll asked that question.

Thursday September 20, 2018

$10 million proposed to help W.Va. regional colleges

The proposal was made by Marshall University President Jerome Gilbert during a finance subcommittee meeting of the Blue Ribbon Commission.

PEIA finances look better as big decisions about next year’s plans approach

On Oct. 18, the PEIA Finance Board will hear proposals for funding the plan for the coming fiscal year.

Half of West Virginians know someone addicted to prescription drugs: WV Poll

The poll results show that the addiction epidemic is across all demographics.

Wednesday September 19, 2018

Return of WV Lottery director may calm waters

The top-level vacancies at Lottery have fallen against the backdrop of a deadline to finish legislative rules that would govern sports betting over the long-term.

Riley Moore in line to be majority leader if GOP maintains WV House majority

Moore is a grandson of former Gov. Arch Moore and nephew of Senator Shelley Moore Capito, both Republicans. 

Tuesday September 18, 2018

Lawsuit about WV governor’s residence is re-filed with Supreme Court

Delegate Isaac Sponaugle, D-Pendleton, filed the lawsuit with the Supreme Court on Tuesday.

WV Lottery leadership is shored up by shifting John Myers

He replaces Alan Larrick, who resigned Sept. 1.

Workers return to Atlantic Coast Pipeline construction

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Monday gave approval to start again after the National Park Service issued a new right-of-way permit.

WV long-term flood relief has now turned over 25 homes to families

HUD continues to label West Virginia a slow spender.

Monday September 17, 2018

Publicity means jury pool for Justice Loughry’s federal trial may have to be big

Judge and lawyers also discuss the detailed questions that jurors may need to be asked.

Lawmakers question Lottery’s position on sports betting

West Virginia lawmakers have been adamant that they will not allow what are commonly called integrity fees.

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