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Saturday June 15, 2019

Memo says housing for flood victims will be priority for mitigation funds

Change would put housing above infrastructure as priority for mitigation grants.

HEPC: Tuition increases lower for fall semester

Chancellor says 4-year schools have heard the concern from students.

Cabell County assistant teacher recognized as School Service Personnel Employee of the Year

Lionel Hope Jr. has been with Cabell County Schools for 11 years.

Police search for 2 men in Charleston shooting

One man injured in Friday gunfire.

Two injured in Berkeley plane crash

Lightweight plane avoids houses in crash landing.

Justice has a court date in Maryland over $1.5 million debt case

Case has twisted and turned through the Maryland court for two years.

Friday June 14, 2019

Justice adds appropriations bills to special session call

Special session resumes at 8:30 a.m. Monday in the House of Delegates.

Juneteenth Celebration Saturday at state Capitol

Third annual event will feature R&B/Soul singer Donell Jones.

Manchin, Collins introduce legislation regarding health insurance costs

U.S. Sens. Joe Manchin and Susan Collins introduced the Premium Reduction Act of 2019 this week

Union leaders urge members to show up at capitol Monday

Video message calls on teachers, school service personnel to show up for special special on education reform.

Name released in Harrison County deadly crash

Wreck occurred earlier this week on I-79.

With no sign of missing Morgantown snake, legend continues to grow

There's been no sign of the snake that reportedly escaped a pickup truck two weeks ago in Sabraton.

Lane heading back to PSC

Gov. Jim Justice appoints Charleston republican to chair Public Service Commission.

Jury acquits Weirton doctors in drug case

U.S. Attorney Bill Powell says fight against opioid epidemic will continue.

DOH flagman injured; police look for motorcyclist

Incident happened at construction project in Jefferson County.

Justice on Trump: ‘His attraction to West Virginia is me. That’s it.’

As the governor's race has heated up already for 2020, Justice has continued to lean into his relationship with Trump.

Pregnant woman wounded in Beckley shooting

The victim and the unborn child are in stable condition.

Huge turnout expected for 15th Tour de Coal

What started as an effort to clean up a river with a soiled reputation has become a full blown summer festival in Kanawha County

Thursday June 13, 2019

Report: Manchin inching toward running for governor

U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., served as governor from 2005 to 2010.

Justice, highway officials announce additional Route 10 improvement efforts

More than 50 miles of paving will take place on state Route 10 in Wyoming County.

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