Jeff Jenkins

Today September 21, 2014

GOP could file legal challenge in ballot controversy Monday

30-day notice previously given.

GOP putting on press to win control in Charleston

Candidates continue stumping for votes and GOP stumps to have new candidate placed on 35th District balle

Friday September 19, 2014

WLU’s Capehart finalist for top higher ed job in Louisiana

West Liberty president will interview next month.

Former U.N. ambassador to speak with Republicans

Freedom Dinner Friday night in Charleston.

State says goodbye to Shelley Riley Moore

Three-time first lady was 88.

Thursday September 18, 2014

$10,000 reward for info on missing Greenbrier County woman

Troopers believe it's likely Dee-Ann Keene, missing since Feb. 28, is deceased.

$2.9M Freedom settlement aimed at those with ‘real economic loss’

Bankruptcy judge approved $2.9 million deal this week.

Wednesday September 17, 2014

With Supreme Court’s backing, Tomblin swiftly appoints new Mingo judge

Vacancy in Family Court filled.

DEP was hoping for more time to respond to Clean Power Rule

Agency wanted 90-day extension, EPA chooses 45 days.

Manchin opposes arming, training Syrian rebels

Senator tells colleagues other Middle East interventions have failed.

Tuesday September 16, 2014

Rockefeller says CHIP must be funded

Senator says health insurance program for kids and pregnant women generally better than the Affordable Care Act.

Ohio takes lead in murder of Kanawha County teenager

Federal charges dropped against Ernest Roach.

EPA extends comment period on Clean Power Rule

Agency goes additional 45 days on controversial proposal.

13 apply for judge’s job in Kanawha County

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin will make the final decision.

Monday September 15, 2014

Charleston takes next step in sales tax increase

City looking for revenue stream to pay off pension debt.

Record number of adoptions recorded at Kanawha shelter

No adoption fee promotion popular.

Finalists named in search for new Huntington police chief

Mayor plans to interview the 2 soon.

Sunday September 14, 2014

Years of effort pay off with preservation of Cheat Canyon

3,800 acres will stay as it is now.

Saturday September 13, 2014

Family announces death of state’s former first lady Shelley Moore

She served West Virginia as first lady for 12 years.

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