The Senate and House differences are being addressed in the closing days of the 2014 Regular Legislative Session.
Three-car crash took place on U.S. Route 52.
Bill sets up regulatory program, medical study and early detection of future chemical leaks.
Committees approving bills ahead of Saturday night.
Company agrees to spend $200 million on improvements.
House Finance Committee moves away from more lucrative plan approved earlier by education committee members.
$1.50 increase would come over three years instead of two.
Attorneys for nursing home seek new trial.
The episode will air on Friday night.
Mon Power says the $1.1-billion price tag was fair.
The streak is intact for the Patriots.
Popular tour chooses West Virginia's capital as one of its few stops.
Company seeks rate increase for fuel costs.
Investigating trooper says there may be more victims.
Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee were expected to take up the bill on Thursday.
A prescription requirement, for most people, has been removed from the bill.
Committee votes to limit amount purchased instead.
Delegates will have chance to amend measure during Wednesday's floor session.
Senate bill takes more while House sticks with the governor's proposal.
There are four months left in the current fiscal year.