Day: July 24, 2014 Archives

ThursdayJuly 24, 2014

Kanawha County Commission votes to begin removal proceedings against Prosecutor Mark Plants

Commission says county shouldn't have to keep paying special prosecutors for elected prosecutor's personal problems.

Angry Dirty Girls fight back

Participants want their registration money returned after cancellation of Charleston event.

Prison system workers indicted in credit card conspiracy

U.S. attorney says more than $13,000 in items purchased.

Mooney vs. Casey

Second District candidates face off in Charleston.

U.S. Senate race called ‘Likely Republican;’ Dem Super PAC getting involved

Tennant campaign disputes claim Capito is the likely winner come November.

H.E.A.T. targets heroin in Charleston

Law enforcement needs help from the public.

State board to consider pain clinic doctor’s license Friday

State Board of Osteopathic Medicine could choose to immediately suspend Dr. Roland Chalifoux over syringe controversy.

Bill sponsor weighs in on intent of law dealing with parole hearings for juvenile offenders

Delegate Barbara Fleischauer (D-Monongalia) says a retroactive application is not part of the law.

Senate President hits road to talk West Virginia Future Fund

He'll be part of this weekend's Southern Legislative Conference in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Common Core opponent speaks in Wheeling

Joy Pullmann says local school officials know what's best for their students.

The Stampede with Dave Wilson, July 23

Dave talks about C-USA Media Day and Doc Holliday's comments about the upcoming year.

Journey of Hope brings message to Mountain State

College students biking across nation for a cause.

Shoaf heading to adult prison

Judge signs transfer order.

Arrests in Nitro armed robbery

Police saw sawed off shotgun was used.

Why tax code is a mess… and why it won’t be fixed

The Wall Street Journal reported this week that hedge funds are using a tax avoidance technique offered by big banks with “one well-known trading firm potentially saving $6.8 billion in U.S. taxes.” Last week, we learned that Mylan Pharmaceuticals is merging with a company from the Netherlands to take advantage of a lower corporate tax