Shauna Johnson

Thursday May 25, 2017

‘Practical guide’ for addressing substance abuse offered to church leaders

The West Virginia Council of Churches organized a Thursday Clergy Consultation on Substance Use Disorder at West Virginia Wesleyan.

Tuesday May 23, 2017

Manchin calls proposed Trump budget “alarming”

He questions the bill's chances on Capitol Hill.

Thursday May 18, 2017

Supreme Court: Law ambiguous on felony prostitution charge

A Cabell County woman is seeing a 3rd offense prostitution charge against her dismissed.

Wednesday May 17, 2017

House Judiciary Committee approves furlough bill without emergency light language

Measure now to be taken up by full House.

Tuesday May 16, 2017

Bishop Donahue holding graduation ceremony pending closure appeal

The Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston announced in January to close the school because of declining student enrollment among other factors.

Sale finalization for Ohio Valley Medical Center hinges on agreement with Wheeling

The Memorandum of Understanding with Alecto includes facility upgrades, TIF District creation and a B&O tax of .17 percent.

Thursday May 11, 2017

Blankenship: Lessons of UBB have not been learned

After his release from prison, the former Massey Energy CEO said he planned to "shake loose the truth" on the 2010 explosion that killed 29 coal miners.

Wednesday May 10, 2017

West Virginia Public Safety Expo kicks off in Capital City

Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety Secretary Jeff Sandy was the keynote speaker on Wednesday.

Former Weirton police officer sues city for firing

In a lawsuit from the ACLU of West Virginia, Stephen Mader alleges he was dismissed because he did not shoot a black man during a domestic call in May 2016.

Tuesday May 9, 2017

New program at BridgeValley aimed at helping students get “TechHired”

More than 70 students from ten West Virginia counties are already enrolled in the "Learn & Earn" educational effort.

Monday May 8, 2017

Manchin willing to be part of redrafting of U.S. House health bill in Senate

Thus far, more than a dozen Republicans are making up the working group.

Wednesday May 3, 2017

Latest GOP health bill called “financial disaster for West Virginia”

Vote in U.S. House could come before the close of the week.

Tuesday May 2, 2017

From RESAs to co-ops; path for transition unclear

By law, the eight Regional Education Service Agencies in West Virginia must be dissolved by July 1, 2018.

Monday May 1, 2017

Permanent health benefits fix for retired coal miners part of Congressional spending plan

Votes in the U.S. House and U.S. Senate are expected this week.

Thursday April 27, 2017

Capito sees “really good things” in Trump tax reform blueprint

Simplifying the tax code, she said, will be especially helpful to West Virginians.

Wednesday April 26, 2017

New report shows cases of drugged driving surpass drunk driving

West Virginia is one of five states sharing in grant funding to train law enforcement officers to better identify drug-impaired driving.

Tuesday April 25, 2017

Hate crime charges against former Marshall football player now a question for state Supreme Court

The allegations date back to April 2015 when Butler allegedly attacked a gay couple in Huntington.

Monday April 24, 2017

Classes coming to a close this week for WVU Tech in Montgomery

Starting in August, all Tech students will be in Beckley.

Friday April 21, 2017

Putnam County woman charged with murder for friend’s heroin overdose death

Joney Farley, 35, was arrested just more than a month after the victim died at CAMC Teays Valley.

Thursday April 20, 2017

Pendleton County sheriff: Fleeing suspect shot after ramming cruisers, attempting to hit officers with vehicle

The suspect was wanted for a probation violation in Rockingham County, Virginia.

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