Gov. Jim Justice previously vetoed the legislation.
DOH continues to make progress on secondary road repairs.
Convicted former justice hit with censure, law license annulment and fines.
Longview Power President and CEO Jeff Keffer spoke on Wednesday to members of the West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association.
Wednesday marked the second day of the West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association.
Numbers detailed at WVONGA spring meeting.
WVONGA spring meeting begins in Wheeling.
West Virginia attorney general joins other states in lawsuit.
Board says it remains confident in leadership of executive team.
A press conference was held outside of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
Morgantown plant part of revenue decline.
The Health Plan will become a member and subsidiary of the WVU Health System but will continue to operate as a community-based, not-for-profit corporation.
WVU Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Paula Congelio reminded the employees that the university is looking to trim $14.8 million in order to achieve a balanced budget while keeping tuition hikes minimal.
Green Bag Road project part of Roads to Prosperity program.
Crackers, storage hubs and the future of coal discussed.
Hearing on final approval set for July 11.
The bill’s lead sponsor is disappointed and sees the veto as a setback for the program set to launch July 1.
Current anti-hazing law applies to “any organization operating under the sanction of or recognized as an organization by an institution of higher education.”
Fifty people died in the attack.
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito brought the deputy director of the National Institute on Aging to West Virginia University to give her a look at WVU’s Alzheimer’s research.