Shauna Johnson

Tuesday December 16, 2014

Site of last public hanging in West Virginia marked in Jackson County

The historical marker was unveiled Tuesday.

Monday December 15, 2014

Kanawha commissioner: no need to change name of Coonskin Park

Dave Hardy says no one has ever complained to him.

Monday December 8, 2014

Economic freedom report puts West Virginia near bottom of national list

The state sits at No. 45 after a study that looked at size of government, tax levels and labor market regulations.

ABLE Act could see action from U.S. Senate this week

The legislation would give people with disabilities the ability to save for the future without losing other federal benefits.

Friday December 5, 2014

Segal addresses Justice Davis ABC investigation on MetroNews “Talkline”

He said his wife does not know the details of what his law firm does, including a 2011 plane sale questioned in the ABC report.

Thursday December 4, 2014

PEIA Finance Board approves benefit changes

The changes will take effect on July 1, 2015.

Logan Delegate-elect gets black eye after saving young girl

Ralph Rodighiero told the rescue story on Thursday's MetroNews "Talkline."

Wednesday December 3, 2014

Emergency response plans due for aboveground storage tanks

The plans are the next requirement of the Aboveground Storage Tank Act.

Tuesday December 2, 2014

Revenue secretary calls November a “very good month” for tax collections

He said better numbers next month would signal economic improvement.

Former Tygarts Valley student pleads guilty to murder of classmate

The plea came on what would have been the first day of testimony in the murder trial of Thomas Vas, 18.

Monday December 1, 2014

West Virginia Retailers Association president optimistic about holiday shopping season

Despite a down Thanksgiving holiday weekend, projections were calling for a year of overall retail sale increases from holiday shoppers.

Monday last day to comment on proposed Clean Power Plan

A new study showed how much EPA regulations and market forces will cost power customers in as soon as six years.

Contest opens for charitable organizations needing website services

Bricks Without Straw, based in Charleston, is again offering the online assistance.

Friday November 28, 2014

Storm cleanup continues; Major roads cleared

Hundreds of power outages remained on Friday morning.

Decking the halls and hitting the malls

Black Friday shopping started on Thanksgiving Day in parts of West Virginia.

Thursday November 27, 2014

Shoppers encouraged to spend locally with Small Business Saturday

The national event will be held this weekend.

A white Thanksgiving for parts of West Virginia

Snow accumulations neared two feet in some Eastern Panhandle counties.

Holiday shopping pushes into Thanksgiving

The holiday shopping season in West Virginia did not wait for Black Friday.

Wednesday November 26, 2014

Pre-Thanksgiving storm blankets parts of state

Road conditions were poor in some areas on Wednesday morning as heavy, wet snow fell.

Tuesday November 25, 2014

Snow to help usher in ski season

Snowshoe opens Wednesday. Canaan gets started Saturday. Winterplace will also open trails this weekend.

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