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Wednesday August 14, 2019

Drugmaker wants billions from Mylan related to EpiPen rival

Sanofi revealed the $11.7 billion damages claim in a recent filing issued in response to Mylan’s motion for summary judgment to dismiss the case.

Monday August 12, 2019

Rock driller agrees to $12K fine after fuel spill

Precise Drilling, doing business as Rock Hammer HDD, is based in Mount Union, Pennsylvania.

Sunday August 11, 2019

Sierra Club, others oppose Mason coal-to-liquids plant

DEP has approved draft permit.

Wednesday August 7, 2019

Morrisey wants lawsuit against gun bill dropped

Morrisey filed his motion this week in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia.

Tuesday August 6, 2019

Patched portion of Jakes Run Road collapses

The affected stretch is about a half-mile in from West Virginia Route 7.

Monday August 5, 2019

PSC says customers can expect lower natural gas rates this winter

Purchased gas costs are down for largest utilities.

Saturday August 3, 2019

Pipeline dispute at root of Monongalia court case

A local natural gas producer and a Monongalia County landowner are involved in a legal dispute over a pipeline.

Wednesday July 31, 2019

Capito provisions for Appalachia included in roads and bridges bill

Manchin has released comment on the $287 billion bill.

Judge gives EQT more time to decide on lawsuit against DEP

Deductions from drilling at the center of dispute.

Tuesday July 30, 2019

Mylan reports earnings with merger pending

Total earnings for second quarter $2.85 billion.

Wednesday July 24, 2019

Reaction continues following Brennan announcement

Mark Brennan will become bishop of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston in August.

Settlement reached in EQT royalty suit

Plaintiffs alleged that EQT and its midstream and downstream chain of subsidiaries wrongly deducted post-production expenses and severance taxes from their royalty checks.

Sunday June 23, 2019

Medical marijuana program still months from start-up despite July 1 effective date

State officials say 3 to 5 year implementation not rare.

Saturday June 22, 2019

Incentive pay part of Mylan’s annual meeting

Base pay of top company executives stays the same.

Tuesday June 18, 2019

Audit shows Jobs Act has done little for state unemployment

The Jobs Act was enacted in 2001 with the goal of deriving at least 76 percent of workers on publicly funded improvement projects from the local labor force.

House passes bill to allocate $50 million more to highway projects

Most money to be spent on bridges, slips and slides.

Monday June 17, 2019

House committees moving some bills that aren’t omnibus

Day 1 of House special session resumption.

Saturday June 15, 2019

Lawsuit against Mylan, others moved to federal court

Conspiracy alleged.

Thursday June 13, 2019

Open letter criticizes diocese for approach to scandals

The letter, dated Wednesday, expresses outrage over the sex abuse and financial mismanagement scandals currently troubling the diocese.

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