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candidates give similar
answers to energy,
Race likely to come down to Mooney’s move and Casey’s ties, GOP supporters say
Federal researchers will test chemical
in Freedom leak for health information
Kanawha lawmaker says she never lived outside of the district she is representing
Democrats push for ballot change, cite incomplete finance reports
Sen. Warren Eastern Panhandle visit raises needed campaign cash
Chemical spill report says leak may have started before Jan. 9
Manchin staffer to
become fourth WVU
lobbyist to earn more than $100,000 annually
Presentation is open
to public; demolition at Freedom site underway
Paul Ryan attends roundtable event
By DAVE BOUCHER
CAPITOL BUREAU CHIEF
While Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., blasted federal energy and health care policies Monday in Charleston alongside Rep. Shelley M...
Board to review public comments, discuss species currently on statewide ban proposal
Scientist says more testing needed for crude MCHM leaked in spill
Ethics commissioner mentioned confidential name of political rival
Proposed fixes aim to make nearly 200-year-old building fit for use again
Republican nominee has $3.5 million
advantage in cash on hand over Democrat
Data show registered Democrats no longer
a majority; Republican
numbers remain steady
Thornsbury out on bond awaiting spot in federal prison
Casey has more cash on hand in
battle for Capito’s congressional seat
Federal regulators fine company $11,000
for violations that
led to chemical spill
About 20 percent of households reached experienced some negative effect
organization response to corporations
Public feedback period is 30 days; gorillas, chimps no longer exempt
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 fr...
Researchers find smaller populations
in streams near
Agency says facility
did not violate any
federal health or safety laws in chemical spill
Officials say fiscal year to end without needing more cash
The former head of the state Ethics Commission, who was a driving factor behind the ousting of the executive director earlier this month, is no longer a member of the organization.
W. Kemp Morton, who served as cha...
Of the members of West Virginia’s congressional delegation, U.S. Rep. David McKinley showed the most support for the U.S. Supreme Court’s controversial decision regarding businesses providing contra...
Convicted official could defend self in appeal process
Organization chief says report shows state’s enrollment
Taylor County delegate calls for investigation after police kill canine
Bond named after nearly 17 months as ‘acting’ head
GOP congressional candidate doesn’t say if he’ll buy
a home in W.Va.
Special prosecutor’s letter says several courts agree new plan is solid
rejects intervention program, calls new
School Building Authority chief ‘s vehicle found at home of ‘major car thief’
The ex-Mingo County judge involved in widespread public corruption wants a judge to reconsider his 50-month federal prison sentence.
Michael Thornsbury is appealing a sentence ordered earlier this month by U.S. Dis...
West Virginia officials were quick to take a Monday ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court as evidence national environmental regulators overstep their authority in regulating some emissions from power plants.
Authorities believe two men accused of abusing an injured racing greyhound have fled prosecution.
“I can only assume based on the circumstantial evidence that they left as a result of the investigatio...
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The latest campaign advertisement from the campaign of Rep. Nick Rahall, D-W.Va., is coming under fire for mischaracterizing statements made by Rahall’s opponent, state Sen. Evan Jenkins...
Complaint alleges Lincoln official used tax dollars for political mail
Plan required under new law created after January chemical leak
Juvenile justice chief has received $12,000 in travel reimbursements
A national nonprofit tasked with improving public policy plans to help West Virginia examine jailed young adults in order to craft policies that will keep them out of prison.
The Pew Charitable Trusts announced Tue...
Report claims W.Va. sent $230 million to providers facing ‘credible’ fraud charges
State Department of Veterans Assistance Secretary Rick Thompson said allegations of long waits and delayed care at federal veterans fa...
Local Republican calls mayor’s deviation from party ‘disgusting’
According to draft, alpacas, hedgehogs, sugar gliders would be outlawed in state
Taylor accused of rubber stamping claims, sleeping on job, inappropriate behavior
Official to wait for ruling on similar Va. case currently pending