Shauna Johnson

Sunday February 19, 2017

Health departments, others receiving naloxone

Organizers say getting reversal drug into the hands of the right people is about saving lives.

Wednesday February 15, 2017

After the flood: Senior year at Herbert Hoover High School

MetroNews spent a day with some of the members of Hoover's Class of 2017.

Monday February 13, 2017

Courtesy Patrol elimination bill passes first hurdle

The House Roads and Transportation Committee approves the bill written to end the roadside assistance program.

Council to vote on proposed depletion of Huntington’s Rainy Day Fund to fill budget shortfall

Huntington Mayor Steve Williams detailed his city's budget picture for more than 40 community leaders during a Monday meeting ahead of the council meeting that night.

Friday February 10, 2017

Revenue secretary: Governor willing to consider other budget plans

"The dialogue has started," reported Secretary Dave Hardy.

Thursday February 9, 2017

‘I hate the tax increases’ but governor says he sees no other way

Governor Jim Justice was a guest on Thursday's MetroNews "Talkline" the day after his 1st State of the State Address.

Thursday February 2, 2017

Senate Minority Leader calls large budget cut possibilities for next fiscal year “unrealistic”

Senator Roman Prezioso (D-Marion, 13) predicts it'll take $100 million from the Rainy Day Fund to close budget hole for the current fiscal year.

New York company acquires part of former Weirton Steel property with repurposing plans

Spin-offs from site could redefine the region, according to the executive director of Business Development Corporation of the Northern Panhandle.

Wednesday February 1, 2017

UPDATE: Jenkins: Stream Protection Rule will be overturned soon

The rule dealing with water protections near mine sites was implemented in the closing days of President Barack Obama's Administration.

Monday January 30, 2017

Justice chief of staff says proposed budget cuts may top $390 million

Cuts are "going to be painful and they're going to impact people," Nick Casey said.

Thursday January 26, 2017

Logan County delegate leaves Democratic Party

On Thursday, Delegate Rupie Phillips, Jr. switched his political party affiliation to independent.

Tuesday January 24, 2017

Preps for Syrian refugee resettlements continue in Charleston despite uncertainty under Trump

As of now, the U.S. State Department's approval of the Capital City for Syrian refugee resettlements stands.

Monday January 23, 2017

Flood recovery projects planned in Richwood, Clendenin

Seven months after the June flood, president of Neighbors Loving Neighbors said cooperation on long-term housing solutions for flood victims continues.

New director of addiction services working within Marshall’s School of Medicine

Bob Hansen brings decades of behavioral health experience to the job.

Thursday January 19, 2017

2 West Virginia pharmacies served as starting points for national McKesson investigation

The company will pay a record $150 million and suspend distributions from sites in four states as part of settlement for alleged violations of the Controlled Substances Act.

Monday January 16, 2017

Governor takes oath with help from old friends, his basketball players & warning about ‘James Justice’

"Jim has a vision," one Justice friend of 50 years said.

Friday January 13, 2017

Fires have claimed 5 lives in West Virginia so far this year

"A lot of these fires are preventable," said Courtney Rosemond with the state Fire Marshal's Office.

Thursday January 12, 2017

Justice planning “party for people of West Virginia” with inauguration

Governor-elect Jim Justice will take formal oath in early hours Monday at The Greenbrier Chapel before inauguration ceremony that afternoon at State Capitol in Charleston.

Wednesday January 11, 2017

Mercer County leaders considering possible pill lawsuit

The McDowell County Commission is already moving forward with similar lawsuit against drug companies.

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