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Friday June 15, 2018

Justice addresses long-term WV flood issues at press conference

The governor’s press conference is to start at 9 a.m. Friday.

Bond company owner, employee plead guilty to tax charges

The charges come after Ohio County Magistrate Harry Radcliffe III was indicted for soliciting and accepting bribes from W&S Bail Bonding.

Thursday June 14, 2018

US House of Representatives passes multiple bills targeting opioid crisis

Through Thursday, legislators have passed 39 resolutions related to opioid misuse and addiction treatment.

Scrutiny of West Virginia’s long-term flood relief grows

Legislators expand scope of investigation; Justice calls press conference; Democrats call for governor to resign if he doesn't attend to details.

Top legislative Democrats say Governor Justice needs to meet responsibilities or resign

Prezioso and Miley say the forced resignation of Commerce Secretary Thrasher should be the last straw.

With Thrasher out, top 3 Commerce officials are gone

Leadership is unclear at the state agency responsible for economic development.

Adoptive parents of Lunsford children start foundation in memory of Aliayah

The Aliayah Lunsford Foundation will not only ensure that Aliayah is never forgotten but also inspire others to make a difference.

Woman killed in Huntington shooting

Third shooting death this week.

Commerce Secretary Thrasher resigns at Governor Justice’s request

Governor Justice initially called Thrasher "the number one guy I wanted to recruit."

Arrest made after Morgantown pursuit

Clarksburg man crashed vehicle into headstone.

Wednesday June 13, 2018

Stuart announces support of DOJ effort to protect religious people, groups

The "Place to Worship Initiative" will involve working with U.S. attorneys to educate municipal officials and religious organizations about federal law.

Mexican restaurant owners ordered to pay back wages

The order involves four Las Trancas restaurants and a Plaza Maya establishment in West Virginia and a Las Trancas establishment in Ohio.

Warner: US Supreme Court made right decision on Ohio voter law

The Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of the state law aimed at removing voters off the active list.

Commerce memo says WV flood housing progress stopped for ‘pause’

Governor's Office publicly questions intent of producing memo.

Allan Taylor of MetroNews is named new editor for Dominion Post

Taylor will continue to write sports columns for both MetroNews and the Dominion Post.

WVDA says eat local beef for Father’s Day this weekend

Father's Day weekend is coming up, and the West Virginia Division of Agriculture wants West Virginians to eat locally farmed meat.

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