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Wednesday May 15, 2019

Longview Power CEO: Morgantown plant cleanest in North America, world

Longview Power President and CEO Jeff Keffer spoke on Wednesday to members of the West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association.

Thousands of Kanawha County residents without power

The incident happened Wednesday afternoon in St. Albans.

DOH addresses gas industry’s impact on roads

Wednesday marked the second day of the West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association.

General counsel disputes documents showing infrastructure bumped housing as relief priority

Abraham says he thought he was going to a conflict resolution session on flood relief.

Kanawha Parks Commission issues Declaration of Emergency for Big Bend

The golf course has been closed since a microburst caused damage on May 2.

Education groups call on Justice to cancel special session on reform issues; Hanshaw says House working on improving flexibility

Teachers, service personnel unions say it would be a waste of money to debate issues the public has rejected.

Flood debt cleared for Elkview church

Cancer survivor, thankful for previous prayers, wires money to Mt. Pleasant Baptist.

Stewart, former WVU School of Journalism dean, dead at 95

Guy Stewart served as dean from 1969-1989, according to the West Virginia Press Association.

Kanawha County man sentenced to prison for fatal DUI crash

The family of the victim was on hand Wednesday.

Annual State Government Career Fair has plenty to offer

Director said there are plenty of needs to fill.

Hoyer acknowledges governor wants to pick up the flood relief pace

Justice wants to see 479 cases moving toward completion.

Prison fight leaves three hurt

Fight breaks out in the recreation yard leaving three prisoners injured and the prison on lock down.

Manchin, Huntington mayor join Axios panel on health care

"The epidemic of addiction is truly the greatest existential threat facing our nation," said Mayor Steve Williams.

Tuesday May 14, 2019

UPDATE: Man captured after escaping Beckley facility

William Lee Baker escaped from the Beckley Correctional Center on Tuesday.

Lawmakers, industry leaders discuss ways to better understand broadband access

The U.S. Senate Broadband Caucus hosted a panel discussion on Tuesday.

Dominion curbing greenhouse gas emissions

Numbers detailed at WVONGA spring meeting.

Potomac State tuition drops for new students after Board of Governors vote

Because of the WVU board’s move, tuition will be $4,118 annually for all schools that offer degrees and programs in the fields covered by the program.

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