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Thursday February 15, 2018

Flooding possible in northern West Virginia as rain passes through state

Between one and three inches of rain is expected across northern parts of the state, making it more susceptible to flooding.

As talks continue, Capitol gets ready for hundreds of teachers

Rain expected; Capitol officials preparing for large crowds.

Baylous confirmed for U.S. Marshal post

Former state police spokesman recommended by Sen. Shelley Moore Capito.

Williams delivers State of the City address

Steve Williams proposes additional police officers.

Need, cost of intermediate court questioned before senate passes bill

Measure may have tough time in House with disputed price tag.

Gee: Proactive approach will save Greek Life at WVU

"A number of institutions are ceasing or closing them down, ceasing to have them as part of their culture. I happen to believe in the role of fraternities and sororities."

Raleigh County manufacturer announces move to Virginia

Cogar Manufacturing was established in 1979.

Hiring to ramp up in anticipation of road work

Big supply of labor needed to tackle what is expected to be a lot of construction work on West Virginia highways in the coming months.

Charleston police say no charges filed after threat at George Washington High

Police on high alert after deadly school shooting in Florida.

Miley: ‘No possibility’ inventory tax repeal resolution would pass House as of now

The proposal has the backing of Governor Jim Justice along with Republican legislative leaders.

Court spending resolution up for passage in Senate Thursday

Issue could eventually go to state voters.

Monongalia County Commissioners now have a six-figure number attached to missing tax dollars

"We know in 2013 there's $500,000 missing," Bloom said Wednesday. "We can prove that."

Manchin, 15 senators put forward immigration amendment

All lawmakers are part of the Common Sense Coalition.

Wednesday February 14, 2018

Senate Pension Committee advances retirement system bill

The bill would not affect if an employee was placed on paid leave or special assignment by their employer.

Beckley PEIA public hearing fills Tamarack Conference Center

The nearly three hour hearing was the third of the week.

WVU takes action against 16 fraternities; suggests end to Greek Life a possibility

“We have two paths before us,” WVU President Gordon Gee said.

Former Hurricane High football coach OK following Florida school shooting

Willis May served as head coach at Hurricane High School between 2004 and 2011.

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