Jeff Jenkins

Yesterday May 23, 2015

Major coal layoffs: analyst says this may be industry’s toughest time

More than 1,000 WV miners receive furlough notices on 'Black Friday.'

Friday May 22, 2015

Alpha laying off 439 workers in Wayne County

Company cites weak market amid plans to idle its Camp Creek operation.

Thursday May 21, 2015

John Ellison recounts ‘Some Kind of Wonderful’ life

West Virginia native to perform in Braxton County this weekend.

Highway report: Needs great, funds short

Long-awaited report recommends raising DMV registration fees and hiking vehicle sales tax to help generate additional $141 million annually.

Wednesday May 20, 2015

Beckley veteran recognized as Tuskegee Airmen in surprise ceremony

John Watson awarded Congressional Gold Medal.

Bids in for U.S. Route 35 4-lane project

Kentucky firm submits apparent low bid topping $174 million; largest in state history.

90 motorists ignore school bus red lights in 1 day in Kanawha County

School bus drivers talk of daily close calls.

Tuesday May 19, 2015

Blue Ribbon panel highway report coming Wednesday

Contractors leader says it's time for bold action.

Lawmaker pleads no contest to DUI charge

Del. Clif Moore sentenced to time served.

Nicholas County budget cuts, time commitment contribute to prosecutor’s decision to resign

P.K. Milam leaving with 18 months left on his term to spend more time with family.

Monday May 18, 2015

Marshall BOG takes presidential search to ‘recruitment’ phase

Interim president says no pressure to make quick hire.

Construction begins on fairgrounds underpass Tuesday

U.S. Route 219 detour to be in place through mid-July.

Judiciary chair considers impact of Supreme Court ruling

John Shott (R-Mercer) concerned about nuisance lawsuits.

Sunday May 17, 2015

Tomblin talking workforce training in Japan

Trade mission heads into second week.

Friday May 15, 2015

Supreme Court decision on drug-related lawsuits questioned

Reaction to Mingo County drug case.

Thursday May 14, 2015

Power fix at Charleston building costs at least $10,000

County-owned transformer blows after mid-week power outage.

Wednesday May 13, 2015

Man escapes custody in Clay County

Troopers looking for Lloyd Rapp.

Putnam couple receives $20,000 surprise

Unclaimed property returned at state capitol ceremony.

Ground broken for new main fire station in South Charleston

New facility will replace current building that's been in service since 1960.

Tuesday May 12, 2015

Man arrested after stealing cruiser in Morgan County

Man was reportedly in handcuffs when he stole state police car containing guns and trooper's credentials.

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