Mina Schultz said people like her are depending on the work of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House under President-elect Donald Trump.
The suspect was initially charged with malicious wounding and attempted murder, but Charleston Police said those charges would most likely be upgraded.
Providers represented by West Virginia Hospital Association are among the many that find themselves in a time of uncertainty with ACA repeal and replace pending on Capitol Hill.
Members of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House convene Tuesday.
Josh Sword said labor is 'excited' about Governor-elect Jim Justice's Administration.
Members of the 'Marching Thunder' leave West Virginia Friday for Italy.
Woody Thrasher talked about his plans to leave the private sector to join Governor-Elect Jim Justice's Administration on Wednesday's MetroNews "Talkline."
Opioid epidemic is affecting West Virginia kids in a number of ways.
Former tax and revenue secretary says that size will depend on the primary objective of West Virginia's state government.
Six are scheduled to be cut on Dec. 31.
One organization will be selected for free services in 2017 through the Frank Brown Community Partnership.
The first meetings come Thursday.
In all, the School Building Authority approved funding for projects in 15 counties on Monday.
Many high schools in the Mountain State are already meeting the target of 60 percent for application completion.
"Make Cents WV" will provide financial literacy tools and resources to students, families and educators.
Ahead of Friday meeting for U.S. Senator Joe Manchin with President-elect Donald Trump, state Republican Party Chair Conrad Lucas said a "true conservative" is needed for the role of U.S. energy secretary.
The sports announcer's book for kids, his first, is out this month.
Lawmakers could take up a proposal in the New Year that would leave the future of the roadside assistance program up to the governor and state transportation secretary.
The new chief of staff for Governor-elect Jim Justice was a guest on Tuesday's MetroNews "Talkline."
Justice-elect Beth Walker officially takes her seat in January, nearly eight months after being elected in West Virginia's 1st nonpartisan judicial elections.