Jeff Jenkins, Author at WV MetroNews

Yesterday October 14, 2019

Work progresses on capitol dome project; limestone blocks put back into place

Justice administration officials hopes projected completion date can be moved up.

Union president defends teacher absences

Dale Lee says teachers get sick too.

School construction costs increasing; SBA makes corresponding move

State School Building Authority approves square-footage construction cost increase.

Sunday October 13, 2019

Highland Hospital providing education for state students without reimbursement

Charleston-based facility looking for guidance from state lawmakers.

Saturday October 12, 2019

Clay County troopers investigate double-murder suicide

3 bodies found Friday almost two weeks after deaths.

Friday October 11, 2019

Jefferson, Berkeley county governments asked to contribute to MARC funding

Delegate says progress made at Thursday night meeting.

Manchin hopes to talk with Trump next week on Syria

Senator says believes he can get bipartisan group to ask Trump to reverse withdrawal decision.

Thursday October 10, 2019

Parkways Authority plans return to bond market; members call for better traffic study beforehand

Study done before lost toll increase missed the mark.

Wednesday October 9, 2019

Paine not yet ready to release draft on charter schools policy

State school superintendent says he's not yet "comfortable" with the proposal.

Tuesday October 8, 2019

Marshall’s Gilbert, others being tutored in ‘Design for Delight’

Problem-solving method to be taught at MU.

Mercer ‘Bible in Schools’ case headed back to district court

U.S. Supreme Court chooses not to certify case for oral arguments.

Monday October 7, 2019

Cheatham doesn’t anticipate huge impact from CAMC termination of The Health Plan contract

PEIA executive director says members will have other options for care.

Friday October 4, 2019

Prosecutor: Charleston murderer found dead in Kentucky jail

Kanawha County Prosecutor Chuck Miller says William Pulliam took his own life.

Thursday October 3, 2019

Justice declares state of emergency in connection with drought conditions

19 percent of state listed under severe drought status.

Fire damages Bridgeport market

Flames move through Provence Market.

Wednesday October 2, 2019

Record heat increases ‘cooling degree days’ for utility

Applachian Power customers can expect higher bills because of additional air conditioning usage.

Fitch affirms state bond rating; calls outlook stable

Rating stays at 'AA' heading into bond sale for highway projects.

Tuesday October 1, 2019

Employers willing to give residents a second chance

State Department of Education hosts second chance job fair in Flatwoods.

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