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Thursday June 4, 2020

Superintendent finalists named; state board will name choice next Wednesday

Members of the West Virginia Board of Education interviewed three finalists for the state superintendent of schools position.

Marshall prepping to give employees temporary pay cuts due to COVID-19

Gilbert said its to avoid layoffs and/or terminations.

Justice defends comment that he wouldn’t welcome Obama: ‘not a racial bone in my body’

Gov. Jim Justice today addressed his earlier comment that he might not welcome former President Barack Obama to West Virginia, saying he was referring to...

Morrisey files lawsuits against Rite-Aid and Walgreens; releases report on DEA

He said the DEA's inaction cost lives during the opioid crisis.

New interactive map shows where West Virginians can get food this summer

Several agencies collaborate to provide information on sites.

Justice OKs crowds of up to 100 and next month’s resumption of fairs and festivals

Governor urges precautions such as social distancing and use of facemasks.

Movie theaters are allowed to reopen Friday but many won’t be doing so immediately

Crowds, cleaning and customer traffic were addressed in state guidelines for theaters which have been closed since March because of COVID-19.

Powerball ticket worth $136 million sold at Hinton GoMart

Only ticket sold for Wednesday night's drawing that matched all numbers.

Wood County wreck claims life

Crash occurred Wednesday night.

Metronews This Morning 6-4-20

Governor Justice walks back and explains why he suggested former President Obama would not be welcome in West Virginia. More demonstrations in West Virginia in...

Capito speaks about racism, demonstrations on Senate floor

U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., on Wednesday said Americans must address "racists attitudes that exist today" with the senator noting the importance of peaceful protests.

Wednesday June 3, 2020

West Virginia leaders continue discussing change following Floyd’s death

West Virginia University President Gordon Gee and Pastor Leo Riley spoke Wednesday about racial inequality.

Justice considers relaxing restaurant seating requirement; opens state park stays to non-residents

Campgrounds, lodges open to non-residents beginning next Wednesday. .

WVU announces pandemic-impacted fall semester schedule

Last 2 weeks will be spent off-campus/online.

Coronavirus testing increases in West Virginia jails and prisons

West Virginia starts corrections testing push in Eastern Panhandle.

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