Jeff Jenkins

Yesterday August 28, 2015

Fayette County will try to build new schools without bond issue

Local funds, School Building Authority targeted for $50 million proposal.

Wednesday August 26, 2015

Newsroom reacts to Roanoke TV shootings

Tears shed in WSAZ-TV newsroom.

Retired businessman hopes to swoop in and take Senate seat

Chandler Swoop announces candidacy for 6th District seat.

Tuesday August 18, 2015

Burdette: Aspects of W.Va. workforce stymies business recruitment

Commerce secretary says more education, more skills needed.

Worker burned after gas line rupture at home construction site

Contractor was hospitalized after spark ignited a gas leak near Winfield.

Monday August 17, 2015

Union miners march on Patriot Coal headquarters

UMWA President Roberts believes new owners get the message.

Route 29 Batman killed in interstate crash after weekend in West Virginia

Lenny Robinson, 51, used superhero persona to make sick kids feel better during visits to hospitals.

Saturday August 15, 2015

102 heads of cattle on board truck that wrecked on I-81 Saturday

Some animals killed, others roam countryside near wreck scene.

Friday August 14, 2015

DOH shifts focus and funds to repaving projects

Governor Earl Ray Tomblin announces record authorization for paving jobs.

WVU enters new phase with welcome back events, Greek life

Popular FallFest to take place night before classes begin.

Thursday August 13, 2015

Marshall dedicates applied engineering complex

Interim president says $56 million structure will benefit state.

Math scores called ‘unacceptable’ by union leader

WVEA's Dale Lee says students didn't care about Smarter Balanced test.

Juvenile charged following threat at Capital High

Parents alerted; police presence increased.

Wednesday August 12, 2015

Natural gas rates likely heading down this winter

Glut of gas on market makes purchased gas rates low.

Wayne commission seeks removal of charged assessor

State Supreme Court asked to appoint 3-judge panel to hear complaints against Eric Hodges.

Cost and legality of Clean Power Plan debated

Industry group claims electricity rates will more than double.

50 teacher vacancies in Raleigh County as school year begins

A combination of retirements and shortage of teaching grads causing the problem that school board president saw coming.

Tuesday August 11, 2015

EPA leader: Clean Power Plan ‘legally sound’

Federal EPA administrator says funds needed for transition in coalfields.

Martirano to release standardized test results Wednesday

Superintendent says early release will help student achievement.

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