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TodaySeptember 26, 2023

Rivals in U.S. Senate race knock Justice over financial disclosure report

Justice campaign is criticized for stretching deadline, questioned over financial liabilities.

Senate finance report for Justice shows pile of assets, not much income and stack of debt

The estimated value of his assets was between $37.5 million and more than $1.9 billion, yet many of the assets are listed as producing no or little income.

YesterdaySeptember 25, 2023

Lawsuit abuse organization blasts big attorneys fees in opioid litigation

Attorney General fires back that criticism is uninformed and that state worked to keep attorneys fees low.

SundaySeptember 24, 2023

Police: Man dies after suffering self-inflicted stabbing during fight

Police say altercation was in church parking lot.

Chronic absenteeism among West Virginia students draws additional reaction

Different approaches used to try and increase attendance.

FridaySeptember 22, 2023

$141 million in attorneys fees to be divided among West Virginia lawyers in mass opioid litigation

An attorney fee fund will wind up being $141 million spread among firms.

One fireman still hospitalized, investigation into fire truck crash continues

A South Charleston firefighter remains in critical condition and will undergo surgery for significant injuries from a collision with a passenger vehicle which claimed a life.

ThursdaySeptember 21, 2023

One dead, 3 injured in wreck involving South Charleston fire truck

Fire truck rolled over Thursday afternoon.

As time draws shorter, Capito says shutdown is ‘a road to nowhere’

A Sept. 30 deadline to fund the government and avoid a shutdown is rapidly approaching.

WednesdaySeptember 20, 2023

Library system is hit hardest as WVU announces changes to academic support programs

WVU officials characterized the proposed cuts to campus support programs as limited because most already have been scaling back or they were relatively small already.

TuesdaySeptember 19, 2023

Official damage assessments are underway from August flood in W.Va.

Information collected this week will be used to determine if the August 28th flooding warrants a federal disaster declaration and federal assistance to victims

MondaySeptember 18, 2023

Changes at WVU, including cuts to campus programs and administrative functions, are not over

University leaders have alluded to additional upcoming decisions about cuts.

SundaySeptember 17, 2023

WVU will start implementing academic changes while also acknowledging long road to repair morale

The Board of Governors gave final approval to recommendations resulting in a reduction of 143 faculty positions.

FridaySeptember 15, 2023

Crowd erupts and erupts as WVU officials approve almost all recommended cuts

A majority of board members voted to approve most of the cuts with a few small changes.

ThursdaySeptember 14, 2023

Faculty and students push back against proposed cuts at West Virginia University

Starting at 9 a.m. Friday, the board of governors will gather again for a meeting that includes voting on final recommendations on what university officials are calling an academic transformation.

Manchin says Clinton didn’t tell him not to run

Senator still says no decision about 2024 until end of year.

WednesdaySeptember 13, 2023

Ahead of vote on academic cuts, governor says WVU needs to get its house in order

The board making the final decisions has been shaped heavily by Justice.

Whiskey-hauling rig overturns on narrow road near Nitro

Cases of Jack Daniels had to be off-loaded.

TuesdaySeptember 12, 2023

Delegates say they’ll work to reverse transfer law

Those against the new law say communities are speaking out.