The state Department of Health and Human Resources is putting $20,000 into the one-year pilot program.
Jeff McIntyre said on Wednesday's MetroNews "Talkline" no amount of money spent can prevent all possible water service problems.
Keith Burdette and other state officials are hosting business leaders during the ongoing PGA Tour event.
The minimum set for large, state-funded construction projects ends Tuesday.
The Waters of the United States rule defines which rivers, streams, lakes and marshes fall under federal jurisdiction.
Sen. Craig Blair (R-Berkeley, 15) argued the current way WorkForce West Virginia is calculating the wage is not what lawmakers intended.
First Lady Michelle Obama will host the first-ever event on Tuesday.
Supreme Court's decision upheld another major component of the Affordable Care Act, one that impacts 26,000 in the Mountain State.
Dr. Michael Martirano said on Thursday's MetroNews "Talkline" he's not going to waver on the 180 instructional day requirement.
Cynthia Adams, 49, of Charleston was killed early Wednesday in what authorities called "a tragic accident."
Interim mayor Jimmy Colombo said the firing of Ashley Flowers was about job performance.
Signage is among the agency's responsibilities, spokesperson said.
Republican leaders are questioning sign replacement project at a time of many other road needs.
He's pledging to continue to oppose fast-track authority ahead of another vote scheduled for Tuesday.
It'll be Wednesday before the 2014-2015 school year comes to a close in all public schools.
It'll be next Wednesday before all county school systems close.
Dr. Jeff Hammond talked prison psychology on Wednesday's MetroNews "Talkline."
Breaunna Haynes gets full ride to Wesleyan.
It happened at a traditional picture spot for those wrapping up camps at Camp Horseshoe near Lead Mine.
DEP official says the focus will now be on the tanks that pose the greatest threats.