Today June 20, 2018

Rally held in Charleston in support of Senate Farm Bill

Various groups joined together at Capitol Market to voice their opinions on the two farm bills up for a vote in Congress.

U.S. Attorney Stuart doesn’t rule out more Supreme Court charges

Stuart: "Our work continues on many fronts, including additional areas of corruption."

West Virginia celebrates its 155th birthday

June 20th is known as "West Virginia Day", and many people from around the state came out to celebrate.

Justice Loughry indicted on 22 counts, U.S. Attorney Stuart announces

Loughry has no comment as he walks out of federal courthouse.

Councilwoman: Morgantown not likely to revisit “this specific contract” on Haymaker

"The appraisal is really sort of the kicker, where we had additional facts that were going to help us be able to sort through the value of the property, the potential value, the public value," Rachel Fetty said.

Governor says Justice Loughry should step down; Democrats renew impeachment call

Supreme Court justice was indicted on 22 federal counts this morning. 

UPDATE: Silver alert lifted after missing woman found safe

Anyone with information should call 911.

Shooting leaves two wounded in Cabell County

Search underway for alleged shooter after early morning incident which left two, including a child wounded.

Two killed in Harrison County pile up

Four others were sent to the hospital with unknown injuries.

Yesterday June 19, 2018

Haymaker Forest acquisition postponed following marathon public hearing

The public hearing portion related to Haymaker Forest included nearly 50 speakers and lasted nearly four hours.

Morrisey attacks Manchin for supporting Democratic separation bill

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., announced Monday he is cosponsoring the Keep Families Together Act

State Budget Director McKown going to work for Auditor’s Office

McKown had been the state budget director since 2006.

Former state veterans secretary pleads guilty to federal crime

U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart calls embezzlement "egregious criminal conduct."

West Virginia to celebrate 155

Activities scheduled across the state.

West Virginia Day brings unveiling of new online exhibit, searching tool for state Jennings Randolph collection

Randolph served as a West Virginia U.S. Senator from 1958 to 1985 after seven terms in the U.S. House. His collection of papers is housed in the state Archives and History Library.

Superintendent Paine passes state board’s annual review

The board concluded that he had exceeded expectations in each of his four goals.

Cancellation of trip by China Energy execs casts hush over West Virginia deal

State officials made a splash last November by announcing the possibility of an $83 billion investment in West Virginia over 20 years.

Injunction denied in Morgantown’s Haymaker Forest purchase; vote scheduled tonight

Morgantown City Council is set to vote on second reading Tuesday night on a $5.2 million purchase agreement for land that was assessed by the Monongalia County Assessor at $1.2 million and by a private appraiser at $2.5 million.

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