For an hour on Monday's MetroNews "Talkline," Governor Jim Justice took questions directly from listeners.
He was scheduled to visit Putnam County on Saturday afternoon.
That could change if the bill is altered in major ways before the U.S. House vote, the 1st District congressman said on MetroNews "Talkline."
The U.S. House vote was scheduled for Thursday.
As of now, DHHR secretary said it's not clear how his agency can get to the $50 million reduction proposed in the Republican budget framework without serious effects on West Virginia residents and families.
Without the Green Grocer, a local food advocate says Alderson would be considered a "rural food desert" like other parts of West Virginia.
Jeff Sandy, secretary of the state Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety, talked about it on Thursday's MetroNews "Talkline."
On MetroNews "Talkline," he said he won't be voting for the bill as it's written now with Medicaid cuts, subsidy eliminations and higher costs for senior citizens.
Dr. Sarah Tucker talked about a collaboration between Toyota and BridgeValley Community and Technical College.
Governor Jim Justice was a guest on Tuesday's MetroNews "Talkline."
By Wednesday, a foot of snow could be on the ground in parts of the eastern Mountain State counties.
Karen Knotts is one of the performers at Stonewall Resort's West Virginia Comedy Festival later this month.
On Thursday's MetroNews "Talkline," she said many of her questions about the bill remained unanswered.
Critics of the move claim other factors are at play.
Secretary of Education and the Arts Gayle Manchin appears before House Finance Committee.
Goal of House Republican leaders is to pass the bill and send it to the U.S. Senate later this month.
The executive director of Covenant House says Dr. Ben Carson could be "a champion" for public housing projects.
ACLU of West Virginia and Council on American-Islamic Relations now requesting more information about how school, Raleigh County school system handles discrimination.
Chief of staff for Governor Jim Justice likens budget work to the many ways to get to Wheeling from Charleston.
State Health Officer says a third of flu outbreaks reported, thus far, have been in school settings.