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Dems: Raines should be removed from ballot
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Dems: Raines should be removed from ballot

Democrats push for ballot change, cite incomplete finance reports

Dems: Raines should be removed from ballot
Dems: Raines should be removed from ballot

Democrats push for ballot change, cite incomplete finance reports

Consumers to receive part of Apple settlement

Attorney general says nearly $1.7 million could come to state from lawsuit

West Virginia gov forms juvenile justice panel

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has formed a new panel to study and recommend improvements to West Virginia’s juvenile justice system.

The Democratic governor announced the formation of the West Virginia...

Mylan acquires Abbott, moves corporate tax address

Pharmaceutical firms’ transaction reportedly valued at about $5.3 billion

More updates approved for Holly Grove Mansion
More updates approved for Holly Grove Mansion

Proposed fixes aim to make nearly 200-year-old building fit for use again

Contractors brace for highway trust fund expiration
Contractors brace for highway trust fund expiration

Highway Trust Fund in jeopardy; state’s construction workers to be affected

W.Va. judge to speak to Civil Air Patrol cadets

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry is set to speak with Civil Air Patrol cadets about the state’s court system.

Officials said he’ll speak to the group of girls and boys...

W.Va. delegate holds annual Big Tree contest

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) — Entries are being sought for the Eastern Panhandle’s 2014 Big Tree contest.

This year’s contest is looking for the biggest hickory tree in the panhandle. Previous contest winners were...

Civil Rights Act beginning of conversation, local leader says

Official says the

Civil Rights Act didn’t go far enough

Statewide hiring freeze extended ‘indefinitely’

Despite ending the 2014 budget year with as much as a $40 million surplus, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin extended a statewide hiring freeze indefinitely, said state Revenue Secretary Bob Kiss.

The decision to extend the freeze, in effect since late 2013,...

Children, families advocacy group to host workshops

Organization lobbies Legislature to pass policies that help W.Va. families

Tomblin makes juvenile justice director decision

Bond named after nearly 17 months as ‘acting’ head

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