Yesterday October 25, 2016

Puccio: Justice has not overpromised

Democratic candidate's consultant predicts "road of success" with Greenbrier billionaire as governor.

Four police departments across state receiving drug incinerator

The equipment will help departments easily dispose of unwanted prescription drugs.

Few forest fires reported in West Virginia so far this season

Fall Forest Fire Season opened Oct. 1 with less foresters on the job due to budget cuts.

West Virginia’s high school graduation rate hits all-time high

Dr. Michael Martirano, state superintendent of schools, said he's hopeful the Class of 2017 will cross the 90 percent threshold for high school graduation.

Monday October 24, 2016

WV Democratic Party, organizations to hold Working Family rallies ahead of Election Day

Rallies are scheduled to take place in Huntington, Elkins, Charleston and Morgantown.

Huntington joins municipalities, state DOH on filing lawsuit against WV Paving

The lawsuit alleges the company drove up asphalt prices.

State police trooper talks woman out of jumping off bridge

The incident occurred Monday morning on the Big Coal River Bridge in Kanawha County.

“Right to Vape” tour makes a stop in Charleston

Campaign members are urging West Virginia's congressional delegation to support an amendment to save the vaping industry.

Sen. Walters, attorney take legal action against negative radio ads

The ads were put out by Katz Media Group of Philadelphia.

Health educators, students and U.S. senator address opioid epidemic

"If we just sweep it under the rug, it's only going to get bigger. This is a public health crisis," said a student who is in long term recovery.

Father and son part of trio arrested in Monongalia Co. break-in

Sheriff's deputies, Morgantown police and investigators with the Mon Metro Drug Task Force have been trying to solve a string of recent break-ins.

Cole campaign disputes poll numbers, denies financial rumors

Spokesman says campaign will be fully-funded through election day.

Motorists fume over I-64 accident delays

Authorities say no easy solutions for Interstate 64 after latest traffic mess.

Tomblin believes next governor will have to raise taxes

"It's going to be hard to make it without some additional revenues," Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin.

Carmichael vs. Prim: a race that could tilt the W.Va. Senate

Majority Leader Mitch Carmichael takes on trial lawyer Brian Prim.

Barbour commissioner hopeful voters will adopt ‘vital’ levy

The Barbour County Commission traditionally reserves money for the first responders, but have been trying to stay ahead of declining revenues.

Mishap leaves father and son with severe burns

Flames travel into gasoline can used to accelerate a bonfire.

Making the grade? 1st report cards are out next month for West Virginia’s public schools

The groundwork for the West Virginia A-F School Accountability System was part of 2013 education reform law.

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