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Three-term Democrat delegate says he wants to offer incentives to keep students in state
Reducing state health costs, tort reform are issues Tom Takubo hopes to address
Hopefuls split on ballot dispute, tobacco tax
Republicans filed motion to replace delegate on ticket
Republican running for 22nd district pushing for legal system reform
Lincoln 17-year-old says he’s tired of
hearing campaigns fight about Obama
Census says 27 percent of children in W.Va. live below poverty line
Democrat receives ‘A’ rating in tight congressional race
Martinsburg physician, associates accused of illegally prescribing frequently abused pills
Survey finds more than a quarter of pregnant women admit smoking
Study says advanced form of disease among state’s veteran miners more prevalent now
Experts from CDC discuss ways to study chemical leak health effects
GOP seeks to replace delegate; county clerk hopes case hurries through courts
responds to move by touting gun record
New storage tank rules easing some inspection requirements
GOP, Democrats to file complaints over automated phone messages
DEP proposal would limit requirements for storage tank inspections
Candidate relates story of daughter’s open heart surgery
Experts say data could help answer questions about West Virginia’s political make up
Interim executive director not sure if she’ll apply for permanent post
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin appointed four members to a new commission established earlier this year by a law created in response to the massive chemical leak and water contamination.
In addition to creating a regulatory...
Although state tax collections remain about $18.8 million behind expectations for the year, August proved to be a better month than July for revenue.
West Virginia missed anticipated tax collections by about...
Election officials say GOP must pursue case
to replace delegate
Republican is reportedly ahead of
Tennant by 17 points in Senate race
Jobs, health care,
federal budget more important, poll says
Official says he now supports dropped charge for justice’s son
House, Senate heads urge Gov. Tomblin to take action in changing chemical leak bill
Tomblin’s staff met with groups to discuss bill crafted in wake of massive chemical leak
While a new federal proposal won’t affect West Virginia as much as other states, the policy stands on “shaky ground,” according to the former top attorney for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency...
Democrat opponent Casey says latest poll not credible
The son of a state Supreme Court Justice no longer faces a felony charge related to the alleged beating of his sister, but Charleston police are standing by their original report.
The Kanawha County Prosecutor ...
Report says officials who focus on diseases led disaster efforts
Candidates confident former presidential nominee popularity will help campaign
Supreme Court previously ruled commission couldn’t refuse candidate
Martinsburg woman accused of unethical drug activity, exposing breasts
Commission ruling denied substitution for party after delegate dropped out of race
Congresswoman requests third-party candidates also be invited to Oct. 7 event
Election commission rules Raines’ personal issues not ‘extenuating circumstances’
Doctor has history of issues; is W.Va.’s top prescriber of powerful narcotic
Martinsburg doctor accused of litany of medical problems, could lose license
Kanawha Republican cites personal issues, not Democrat legal action, as reason to withdraw
Nancy Atkins, head of the state’s Medicaid program, is on “extended leave,” said Department of Health and Human Resources spokeswoman Allison Adler.
Adler declined to say why Atkins is on leav...
Ethics Commission says some mail from lawmakers could violate law
Republican Suzette Raines says she won’t resign from position
Author who was set to speak will be sentenced for federal crime soon
By DAVE BOUCHER
CAPITOL BUREAU CHIEF
The West Virginia Republican Party has canceled an event where controversial conservative...
Man kicked, punched sister after an argument, police say
Official says chairman misspoke, nominee doesn’t support most of Obama’s policies
more time to settle
affairs, will begin
sentence on Aug. 14
GOP candidate didn’t pay rent