Yesterday October 5, 2015

Pace slows in Blankenship trial jury selection

Safety memo receiving a lot of attention.

Former Mountaineer player rides out South Carolina floods

Former WVU linebacker Matt Taffoni talks about devastating floods at South Carolina's state capital

Deegan court hearing postponed in Parkersburg

Police allege Mineral Wells man planned to overthrow state government.

Buffey case before state Supreme Court Tuesday

Prosecutors in other states interested in arguments surrounding Harrison County case.

Preston deputies investigate deadly weekend wreck; 2 killed and another person injured

Two people in the car from Preston County. A third person from Morgantown.

Crowded job fair in Martinsburg; senator says state’s unemployment rate too high

P&G among those to join Sen. Joe Manchin at Monday's event.

First Lady Tomblin helps kickoff fire safety reading campaign in W.Va. schools

Tomblin read to a third grade class in Charleston as part of Fire Prevention Week.

Lawsuit filed against Volkswagen in West Virginia

The lawsuit from state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey alleges violations of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act.

In many counties residents choose to raise their own taxes

Legislature's Select Committee on tax reform continues its meetings.

I-79 reopens after early morning accident

Truck hauling auto parts overturns during early morning hours.

Soggy start to forest fire season

Starting the fire season with the remnants of a hurricane is just five with the W.Va. Division of Forestry

Hunt says he has new ideas if elected Attorney General

Former legislator says Morrisey hasn't been successful enough.

Fall foliage underway in state parks

Canaan Valley State Park and Resort superintendent says the fall is their best season.

Committee to further discuss W.Va. tax reform

Today's discussions focus on best ways to reform personal property tax structure in W.Va.

West Virginia healthcare technology continues to grow

The West Virginia Health Information Network will be raising awareness for the technology during this week's National Health IT Week.

Gee to speak on state of WVU

President to highlight university accomplishments in past year

Sunday October 4, 2015

Jury selection in Blankenship trial resumes Monday morning

Lead counsel preparing for opening statements.

Job fair expected to attract many in Martinsburg

Nearly 60 companies, including Proctor and Gamble, will be looking for help

Patriot Coal seeks approval of bid from federal bankruptcy judge

Blackhawk Mining submitted the winning bid last month that would allow Patriot to sell most of its assets to them.

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