Spokesperson tells MetroNews company still has "a very bright future" in the Mountain State.
An investiture ceremony for Dr. Jerry Gilbert was held Thursday in Huntington.
Replacement for Dr. Michael Martirano, who is resigning in June, will be 4th state superintendent in five years in West Virginia, not including temporary replacements.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Senate Finance Committee approved the bill with an 18-8 vote.
EpiPen controversy grows further with Gayle Manchin focus of national report.
Because of personnel cuts, the state Division of Forestry is no longer providing weekly foliage reports.
A suspect was taken into custody Monday morning following a shootout in Linden, New Jersey.
Seven weeks ahead of Election Day, the West Virginia Republican Party chair called race between Democrat Jim Justice and Republican Bill Cole "essentially tied."
The Mothman Festival is marking its 15th year in the Mason County town.
It's the first general election without the option after a law change in 2015.
Tom Gorgone is one of the candidates forced to find other options now that the Court has ruled candidates registered with one of four recognized political parties in West Virginia cannot run as independents.
Annette Fetty-Santilli joined hundreds of cancer survivors, patients and volunteers in Washington, D.C. to lobby for the prioritization of cancer research funding.
Public meetings on that and other alternatives in flood rebuilding process start in Clendenin.
English and math teachers could have seen 15 percent of their evaluations determined by student growth, as measured by tests.
AFL-CIO's Kenny Perdue says rank and file read to make a difference in November.
The Mountain State is behind only Louisiana when it comes to obesity and is tied with Alabama and Mississippi.
"There are seven colors of the rainbow, but look what Michelangelo did," Holtz said.
Gubernatorial and Congressional political candidates are scheduled to speak Thursday along with Lou Holtz, former Notre Dame head football coach and Follansbee native.
The deadline to apply for FEMA Disaster Assistance after June Flood is Wednesday, Sept. 7.
The Legislature's Joint Government Accountability, Transparency and Efficiency Committee meets again next month.