It includes three income tax brackets with set rates.
State leaders counting on about $6 million in savings for budget.
Bill passes 98-0; goes to the Senate.
Information can be shared with the Webster County OES/911 Center at by calling (304) 847-7171.
Lawmakers in the U.S. Congress also announcing plans to provide funding for communities supported by the coal industry.
The $46.2 million will allow the police department to hire back five officers laid off in January.
Next fiscal year's budget is $2 million, a decline from the current year's $2.3 million plan.
Justice meets with House GOP leaders and then with Democrats in private.
Crashes happened Monday morning.
Madeline Gourevitch, 31, faces five counts of animal cruelty.
Mark Kraus, 54, of Stollings, was arraigned Monday.
Measure removing $15 million subsidy passes despite pleas from Northern Panhandle senators.
Measure moves to House of Delegates after Monday vote.
For an hour on Monday's MetroNews "Talkline," Governor Jim Justice took questions directly from listeners.
The Crossings Mall bridge was destroyed in the June flood.
Gas producers and landowners remain at odds over legislation advancing in Charleston.
Will be study topic during interim meetings later this year.
Jail and prison workers would get a $2,008 raise.
Governor, who appears on "Talkline" Town Hall today, has chances at legislative approval.
Tax reform bill is up for second reading in House today.