Jeff Jenkins

Today November 26, 2014

EPA’s McCarthy proposes new smog rule

Move criticized by WV congressman.

Charleston chief makes decision on suspended officer; board to decide

Reports indicate Chief Brent Webster wants Lt. Shawn Williams fired.

Snow cripples travel in eastern mountains; 16 inches recorded in Hampshire County

Heavy, wet snow closes roads, causes power outages.

Yesterday November 25, 2014

Holiday travel could have slippery twist

DOH prepares for Wednesday snowfall.

Monday November 24, 2014

Coal leader says elevation of energy committees ‘appropriately timed’

Moves anticipated with new-look legislature.

State fire marshal sees challenges with VFD report

Tony Carrico tells state lawmakers not all departments are complying.

Sunday November 23, 2014

Coldwater Creek interest getting serious

State commerce secretary says there are 2 "very interested parties."

Saturday November 22, 2014

Police storm Calhoun County house to take murder suspect

Investigators say Jeremy Wolfe had been hiding out since allegedly killing a Braxton County woman last month.

Friday November 21, 2014

Manchin still weighing gubernatorial run in 2016

Senator says he'll know in 3 or 4 months if new Congress is going to work.

Thursday November 20, 2014

Blankenship pleads not guilty, released on $5 million bond

Former Massey Energy chief pleaded not guilty.

Lincoln County Commission leans toward re-vote on fire, ambulance levies

Special election could come as early as February or March.

Second WVU fraternity loses national charter

Beta Theta Pi ousted for bad behavior.

Wednesday November 19, 2014

Blankenship slated for first court appearance Thursday

Former Massey Energy boss set for initial appearance after being named in criminal indictment.

PEIA’s sixth and final public hearing Thursday in Charleston

State workers being asked to pay more for health insurance.

Crimes against children focus on statewide conference

Police officers among those in attendance.

Record setting (cold) morning

Six locations see coldest Nov. 19 on record.

Tuesday November 18, 2014

Burdette: Engineering phase will decide ethane cracker project

Gov. Tomblin, others get good news during trade mission visit to Brazil.

Should state get involved in non-state workers’ retirement?

Question being asked at state capitol.

New Kanawha County prosecutor makes staff moves

Maryclaire Akers returning to try cases and rebuilding relationship with police agencies.

Monday November 17, 2014

2 largest state prisons have a combined 112 correctional officer vacancies

Corrections Commissioner Jim Rubenstein surprised with numbers from Huttonsville.

Latest Newscasts