Jeff Jenkins

Friday January 6, 2017

House leadership team will look much the same as session begins

Session opens for one day next Wednesday.

Carmichael says news release was not political posturing

Incoming Senate president explains comments on MetroNews "Talkline."

Mountain State Business Index shows growth for 5th straight month

WVU experts says state still not close to robust growth.

Thursday January 5, 2017

Fired Supreme Court administrator “puzzled” by High Court’s move

Steve Canterbury says decision was political "pure and simple."

Elderly woman injured after vehicle struck by Charleston police cruiser

Police chief says officer was responding to priority call but was exceeding speed limit without lights and siren on.

Wednesday January 4, 2017

Repeal and replace, fix and repair: Manchin, Capito set for Obamacare fight

Controversial health care plan focus on two high-profile meetings on Capitol Hill.

Clay community steps forward to help family grieving over deadly crash

Funds donated to pay for girl's funeral. Effort now focused on expenses associated with grandmother's death.

Man struck and killed by train in South Charleston

Police investigating Wednesday morning fatality.

Tuesday January 3, 2017

Tomblin touts workforce training advancements

Governor chairs final meeting of council.

Carmichael says work continues on bills to reduce regulations

Incoming Senate president says West Virginia is the most regulated state in the nation.

PSC to tour Elk River water plant Wednesday as part of 2014 spill probe

Commission rejects water company's request to limit testimony in upcoming hearing.

Tomblin to give final speech ahead of Inauguration Day

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin will have a final address before the state legislature next week.

Monday January 2, 2017

Fire tears through 5 Wheeling homes

Officials: No one was hurt in the fire that was reported in the early morning hours Monday.

Charleston detectives hope to get handle on “swarm of thieves”

Detectives say people scouting for easy targets.

Next D-MAPS secretary has idea for filling vacancies

Jeff Sandy says correctional officers could be steppingstone jobs.

Sunday January 1, 2017

Capito, Jenkins look forward to 2017

New energy expected in Washington.

Thursday December 29, 2016

New plaza bridge could cost $1 million

Receiver working to get construction started.

Charleston mayor says Sears space doesn’t have to be used for retail

Danny Jones says mall owners not surprised by the move.

Double-digit snowfall amounts possible in some areas

Warnings and advisories issued until 6 p.m. Friday.

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