News

Today February 28, 2017

House of Delegates to vote on education personnel bill Tuesday

Delegates voiced their concerns Monday about the removal of recall rights for certain employees.

Yesterday February 27, 2017

Mooney holds telephone town hall

Rep. Alex Mooney (R-W.Va.) answered questions regarding health care, coal miners and President Donald Trump.

Nicholas County school board holds second consolidation hearing

The board is proposing consolidation five schools into two institutions.

The life of Ken Hechler memorialized by House of Delegates

Former congressman, secretary of state died last year at age 102.

Driver to be sentenced in hit and run that killed Charleston native

Carli Sears died after she was struck by a truck driven by Alex Hambrick.

Gov. Justice proposes new way to close W.Va. budget gap

Governor appears with Revenue Secretary Hardy and a dry erase board.

WVU Medicine says medical information breach was not hacking

Target of investigation legally had access to information.

Ohio fugitive faces additional charges following Kanawha County pursuit

Chase, which injured a female police officer, lasted for 45 minutes.

Drugs found in vehicle involved in train accident in Harrison County

Police then found needles and drug paraphernalia in the damaged vehicle upon arrival.

Calls at 10,000-plus and counting for HELP4WV hotline

The helpline launched in September 2015.

Ferns responds to Justice ‘poodle’ comment, talks budget on MetroNews “Talkline”

A third of the 2017 Regular Legislative Session is already behind state lawmakers.

Thrasher says he needs change in water quality measurement to create jobs

HB 2506 subject of public hearing Monday at state capitol.

Funding for popular DHHR programs now highlighted in Justice’s SOS tour

IDD Waiver Program would be cut by 25 percent in governor's alternate budget.

Flu widespread in West Virginia at close of February

State Health Officer says a third of flu outbreaks reported, thus far, have been in school settings.

Satisfaction being found with DMV online renewal

Commissioner Pat Reed says more and more are choosing to renew online--which is helping alleviate congestion in DMV regional office.

Sunday February 26, 2017

New DEP chief hears a lot from trade groups during first weeks in office

Austin Caperton says industry wants to know how long it takes to issue permits.

Where do we stand on the budget? Well, it’s complicated

With three or four approaches to state budget, problem could be settling on one.

One person, two firefighters injured in Jefferson County fire

It is not known at this time how the fire started.

Milton Water Company issues boil water advisory following water line break

There is a water line break at the intersection of Newmans Branch Road and U.S. Route 60.

Latest Newscasts