The leaders of the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee are hopeful about having an infrastructure bill ready before Memorial Day.
Calls to West Virginia's suicide prevention hotline increased by 60 percent in recent months compared to the same period the prior year.
Additional notes from the airport's board meeting in the story.
Devastation difficult for Kanawha team leader to describe.
Hospital had $108 million in COVID expenses in 2020, received $74 million in CARES Act funding.
Justice task force members discuss soon to be approved third COVID vaccine.
Baseball is back in Charleston after many questions.
Senators of both parties, while debating the bill today, made reference to how often they had done so in the past.
Active cases poised to drop below 8,000.
Appalachian Power projects the last of the restoration work should be done by Friday evening.
Key report not yet submitted in Joshua Drennen case.
Additional information can be found at CDC’s Situation Summary or at DHHR’s COVID-19 information hotline, 1-800-887-4304.
Eight-five percent of customers who lost service from the Feb. 11 and Feb. 15 weather systems now have electricity
Some legislators have criticized the legislation for being too broad.
The Federal Aviation Administration released the draft environmental assessment for a new passenger terminal and aerotech business park at North Central West Virginia Regional Airport.
The bill also would lay the groundwork for charter schools that would operate virtually.
Workload of caseworkers among the things to be studied.
State Coronvirus Czar Dr. Clay Marsh tells board return would be safe.
The House of Delegates passed two bills last week that would restrict executive power.
More than 280 roads were left impassable in the aftermath of the ice storms.