Andrew Dorn with Moundsville Energy was a guest on Wednesday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'
The ruling says government organizations can charge hourly fees to fulfill FOIA requests.
The number was much larger than originally reported after the Jan. 9 chemical leak into the Elk River.
The Republican candidate in the Second District talked about the issues on Monday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'
If handled correctly, Wayne Ryan says the proposal could be positive.
They're doing it with flower power.
Additional advertising dollars to offset Jan. 9 chemical leak and water emergency.
Stephen Hatfield's release is delayed pending the results of that appeal.
Two advocates for more efficient government spending say, most of the time, such subsidies do not pay off for West Virginia.
In Thursday filings, he argued the city is suing no one.
It's an issue the state Board of Education could vote on later this year.
Darrin McCormick, a Williamson branch manager and former Williamson mayor, was charged with lying to an FBI agent this week.
A Hedgesville business owner says the choice should be left up to adults, not the health department.
Mark Plants said he has always done what he thinks is best for his family and the Kanawha County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.
Teresa DeLong was near the finish line when last year's bombings happened.
He says he thinks the Secretary of State can win this year's U.S. Senate race.
He'll be sentenced in May.
Two people were killed in the Friday plane crash.
Berkeley County Senator John Unger is calling on the PSC to intervene when it comes to Potomac Edison.
An economist with The Tax Foundation talked about the numbers on Wednesday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'