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Whitney Burdette

Capitol reporter

Health care advocate set to retire


Perry Bryant has worked to educate

public on health care reform, other initiatives

Watch parties scheduled for Senate debate


Voters invited to participate, watch Tennant, Capito talk

Local attorney works to preserve town’s history


Official has researched town for decades, is currently studying influential family

Michigan senator to join Tennant for jobs rally


Debbie Stabenow to attend Wheeling rally, says candidate will fight for jobs

Hospital mergers part of larger national trend


Several institutions reported acquisitions, partnerships within state in recent years

GOP files motion to replace candidate


Party seeks to bypass State Election Commission decision

Senate candidates focus on senior issues


Tennant, Capito speak to health care reform, protecting retirement

Subcommittee hears testimony on children’s insurance program


Children’s Health Insurance Program funding set to run out next fall

Jenkins receives national pro-life endorsement


Democratic incumbent Rahall has received same honor in the past

New ads support congressional candidates


TV, radio spots

encourage votes

for Rahall, Mooney

Ex-Fla. congressman to stump for W.Va. GOP


Former Florida Rep. Allen West will be in the Eastern Panhandle later this month for a GOP “victory reception.”

The Sept. 28 event will highlight Eastern Panhandle candidates and jump start campaign e...

Capitol safety plan moving forward


State working with architecture firm on design aspects

Officials say constitutional amendment won’t hurt local business


Officials say scouts’ facility aims to attract larger events, not

increase competition

Former CIA director headline Democratic dinner


with summary

Leon Panetta to speak at October 11 fundraiser

Manchin wants to see plan on ISIS


Senator says president should come to Congress with plan, seek approval before acting

Bill to stop EPA’s water rule passes House


Controversial rule criticized by coal industry, farmers

Governor makes recommendations for federal funding


with summary

Eight projects could see total of $4.3 million from Appalachian Regional Commission

Proposal would boost corrections employment, commissioner says


Pay increases would help with recruitment, retention efforts

Advocates to prepare policy agendas


Our Children, Our Future event to help shape legislative proposals

Parkways Authority selects new Tamarack director


Board members say they’re confident new leader can turn things around for Tamarack

Referendum concerns Fayette leaders


Referendum set for November ballot

would allow leasing

of expensive property

West Virginia, Kentucky leaders meet to discuss EPA lawsuit


Attorneys general will explain basis of legal effort against proposed rules

Capito says she’ll push for jobs legislation in Senate


Republican says energy policy, infrastructure also among her priorities

Energy company settles with EPA


Trans Energy to pay $3 million penalty for damages at 15 sites

Corridor H Authority to recognize construction workers


Lunch to celebrate Labor Day, thank workers for dedication

State’s unemployment rate fluctuates


West Virginia below national average,

but expert says some markets are growing

Fans near, far have options to view WVU game


Tavern in Atlanta,

nonprofit in Charleston

offer watch parties for Saturday’s WVU game

West Virginia sees shortage of truck drivers


Driving teacher says a common misconception is that drivers are out for weeks at a time

DuPont, EPA reach settlement


Chemical company will pay $1.3 million penalty for release of material

Rahall airs concerns about bridge safety


Report finds federal agency has not

followed reform


Coalfields Expressway becomes first project under new program


Southern West Virginia highway to see work through public-private partnership