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Tomblin appoints new acting Department of Administration secretary

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin on Tuesday appointed staffer Jason Pizatella as the new acting cabinet secretary for the state Department of Administration.

Pizatella leaves his roles as Tomblin’s deputy chief of staff and director of legislative...

Tomblin appoints new acting Department of Administration secretary

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin on Tuesday appointed staffer Jason Pizatella as the new acting cabinet secretary for the state Department of Administration.

Pizatella leaves his roles as Tomblin’s deputy chief of staff and director of legislative...

State health care facilities to receive federal money

Grants help clinics in underserved, rural areas

Moffatt hopes to bring GOP to 22nd District
Moffatt hopes to bring GOP to 22nd District

Republican running for 22nd district pushing for legal system reform

Political endorsements continue flowing in

Alex Mooney’s congressional campaign announced an endorsement from the National Rifle Association.

Mooney, a lifetime member of the organization, has received an A+ rating to Casey’s B- rating.

“It is an incredible...

Emergency drill at Capitol today

State emergency personnel are practicing their response to a public health emergency on the grounds of the State Capitol today.

The event, a “Closed Point of Distribution” scheduled to start at about 10:45 this morning, will help...

GOP files motion to replace candidate

Party seeks to bypass State Election Commission decision

Public comments on banned animals

State’s proposed list prompted an outpouring from concerned owners

US Census data shows poverty rate on the rise in WV

Census says 27 percent of children in W.Va. live below poverty line

Groups oppose oil, gas drilling under Ohio River

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Environmental and citizen groups are urging Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to rethink leasing land under the Ohio River for oil and natural gas drilling.

In a letter Wednesday, Ohio and West Virginia groups expressed...

Infrastructure, economic development key to House delegates (Video)
Infrastructure, economic development key to House delegates (Video)

House contenders discuss prioritizing tax money for

business, education

By DAVE BOUCHER

Capitol bureau chief

Candidates for House of Delegates in Jackson, Putnam and Mason counties agree improving local roads and...

Capitol safety plan moving forward

State working with architecture firm on design aspects

Public viewing scheduled for former first lady

A public viewing is scheduled later this week to honor the life of Shelley Riley Moore, the former first lady of West Virginia. She died over the weekend at the age of 88.

The family will welcome visitors in Charleston in the rotunda at the...

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