Jeff Jenkins

Wednesday August 9, 2017

Justice predicts some staff members won’t survive his party switch, others will

Governor says he has "no regrets" after changing registration back to Republican.

Randolph County’s Homestead Elementary will remain closed

New Deal-era school sustained heavy damage in March storm.

ABCA commissioner suspends license of Charleston bar

Police raided Park Place bar Tuesday night.

Tuesday August 8, 2017

Hundred healing after Route 250 flood

Progress reported in hard-hit Wetzel County town.

Mega Millions and Powerball with jackpots topping $300 million

New territory for cross-selling agreement.

Monday August 7, 2017

Manchin says Hundred needs housing after flood

Senator hoping FEMA can help out.

WVEA still backs Justice

Teachers union says now Republican governor still supports its priorities.

Police: Kanawha County drowning victim was handcuffed

Investigators believe man same man who escaped police a few days earlier.

Justice meets with fellow Republicans Carmichael, Armstead

Democrats predict rocky road ahead after governor's party switch.

Sunday August 6, 2017

Justice says coal plan a matter of national security

Governor produces government subsidy to help secure eastern power grid.

Friday August 4, 2017

Kanwha County men arrested after puppies found in alley

One surviving dog, Bluebell, has been responding well to treatment.

Road damage costs from flood climbing

Marshall and Wetzel counties have most significant damage.

Thursday August 3, 2017

WV Air Guard member dies in Middle East

Barboursville resident died in non-combat incident.

Panel finds former lawmaker guilty of violating Ethics Act

Michael Ihle used a Ravenswood-issued cell phone during political campaign.

State begins new fiscal year with ‘flat’ revenue collections

Chief of Staff Nick Casey says severance tax collections are showing steady gains.

Wednesday August 2, 2017

Mud hard to move in McMechen

Marshall County town tries to dig out from last weekend's flood.

Appalachian Power seeks public input on transmission line path

Utility hopes to improve reliability in parts of Lincoln and Logan counties.

Tuesday August 1, 2017

Civil jury finds teammate most responsible in WJU lacrosse player’s death

5-day trial ends with $3 million jury award.

DOH says road damage from flood at $7 million

Agency hoping to get reimbursement from federal government.

Gianato: State to seek public and individual disaster assistance following recent flood

First round of damage assessments could be completed by the weekend.

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