Day: June 11, 2019 Archives

TuesdayJune 11, 2019

House Democrats want special session scrapped

The announcement came more than a week after the Senate passed the Student Success Act.

MVP protest event held at Summers County Courthouse

The pipeline project has been the subject of legal action and ongoing protests by environmental groups

Justice companies shoot past deadline on property taxes

Companies in Greenbrier County settled up Monday. Holdings in Raleigh County are overdue.

Hoyer believes second Challenge Academy is needed

Creating a second Mountaineer Challenge Academy would allow the state to double the students at risk who are served. The idea is part of the state Senate's Student Success Act.

IOGA-WV teaches future of energy education with science teacher workshop

Dozens of middle and high school science teachers were in Charleston on Monday and Tuesday.

More GOP senators state ‘no confidence’ in Justice

Weld, Boso, Smith express support for Blair's no-confidence resolution.

Secretary of State’s Office helping with nearly 100 municipal elections

12 election division employees visiting all 92 election sites.

Man accused of killing Berkeley Springs 15 year-old to appear in court Wednesday

Andy McCauley Jr waived the right to his May 24 hearing.

DNR confirms bear killed near incident scene

Officials hope lab work will determine if the bear killed is the same one involved in the mauling of an Upshur County woman

Former WVU cornerback Jordan Adams headed to Massachusetts

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Former West Virginia cornerback Jordan Adams is headed to the University of Massachusetts as a graduate transfer, Adams announced Monday on his Twitter. “Thank you West Virginia University next stop and new beginnings will be at University of Massachusetts! #23Era,” the tweet read. Adams already earned his degree from WVU, so he

Bloomberg goes after coal, natural gas

Back during the Obama administration, we heard a lot about the War on Coal.  The Environmental Protection Agency under President Obama did its level best to strangle the coal industry through regulatory fiat to try to affect climate change. The effort did serious damage to mining, industry suppliers and communities that rely on the good