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Yesterday April 3, 2020

Metronews This Morning 4-3-20

Positive cases of Covid 19 surpass 200 in the state. CAMC is in what it’s CEO calls “financial Never-Never Land.” Workforce WV is working to...

Thursday April 2, 2020

Murray Energy, UMWA reach tentative agreement

The agreement comes as Murray Energy is in the middle of bankruptcy proceedings.

State tops 200 coronavirus cases

30 of 55 counties report at least 1 case.

Guard, other workers helping process unemployment claims

WorkForce West Virginia asks for patience with CARES Act.

30 Kanawha judicial employees test negative for COVID-19

Kanawha County leads the state in confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus.

Thinking about a mask? Marsh suggests a scarf or bandanna isn’t a bad idea

'If you wear something over your face," he said, "don't buy a medical-grade mask because we won't those for our first responders.'

Ramsey: CAMC in ‘financial never-never land’ with coronavirus impact

Revenues down about $1 million a day at Charleston Area Medical Center.

Soccer tournament cancellations significant loss for Barboursville, Kanawha Valley

Barboursville Mayor Chris Tatum expressed understanding of the move.

Legislative leaders ask Justice to close schools for the year, Justice says not yet

Just yesterday, Justice pushed back the return to school buildings to April 30.

Federal charge filed against doctor accused of groping patients at Veterans Affairs hospital

Yates is charged with deprivation of rights under color of law.

Deadly crash reported in Charleston

Wreck occurred Thursday morning.

Metronews This Morning 4-2-20

Corona virus infections continue to rise, but still run about 4 percent in West Virginia. The Mountain State is recording a second Covid 19 related...

Wednesday April 1, 2020

Monongalia commissioners declare state of emergency

The declaration came after the Monongalia County Homeland Security Emergency Management Agency and MECCA 911 updated commissioners about the number of cases.

Department of Education releases remote learning guidelines

The department released a revised version of its remote learning framework on Wednesday.

Successful bidder for Williamson hospital has proven track record

Willamson Health & Wellness CEO Dr. Donovan Beckett says they'll need help during transition to maintain some hospital services.

Second coronavirus death recorded

Patient died in Jackson County hospital.

U.S. Justice Department announces ‘landmark settlement’ with Justice companies over unpaid safety penalties

Federal officials say Justice companies agree to pay full amount, more than $5 million in penalties.

School districts seeing issues with online learning system as demand increases

Schoology has seen a 400 percent increase in usage this week.

Morrisey says order halting elective medical procedures applies to abortion facilities

Interpretation has faced federal court challenges in other states.

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