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Whitney Burdette

Editorial

Goodwill hosts jobs fair for military veterans

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Veterans often possess a unique skills set that sets them apart from other job seekers.

Companies and industries from across the region got a taste of what veterans can bring Wednesday at a job fair sponsored by Go...

WV’s natural gas severance doubles

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Reports show amount increasing overall, but down over last year

Goodwill to host veterans job fair

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Event will include resume, networking classes before meeting with companies

VA head says agency needs efficiency

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Senate panel heard budget request from embattled agency

National effort brings attention to infant immunizations

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West Virginia ranks near bottom in early childhood vaccines

Senate passes reauthorization for children’s health insurance

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Measure funds children’s health plan, reforms Medicare payment system

US Attorney sets up site for potential chemical leak victims

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Site houses variety of information associated with last year’s incident

WV Attorney General’s office to argue against EPA proposal

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State’s attorney general says regulations harming economy

Department of Transportation announces emergency paving project

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Department to spend about $12 million on emergency paving

I-64 traffic pattern confuses drivers (video)

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Vehicles knock over temporary barriers in order to merge

Annual fundraiser aims to help children across W.Va.

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Convenience stores to sell paper flowers to raise money for charity programs

Advocates decry proposed change to waiver program

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DHHR says cuts would allow more people to participate while still offering benefits

Groups react to judicial elections bill

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Measure aims to remove partisan politics from state’s court races

Motorists over Charleston’s Fort Hill bridge to experience new traffic pattern

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Lane shift on Fort Hill span affects drivers traveling onto I-77, I-79

New truancy law aims to curb youth offenders

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Status offenses account for increased numbers in juvenile facilities

Tomblin vetoes Cedar Lakes transfer bill

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Governor says vacation, sick leave buyout a ‘substantial’ expense

State revenues for March come in below estimate

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Officials say biggest deficit is in severance tax

FEMA grants federal disaster relief to 29 W.Va. counties

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Majority of counties set to receive funds in response to Winter Storm Thor

Kanawha judge denies Mylan injunction

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Drug company argues DHHR violated open meetings law in replacing EpiPen

Programs work to help youth offenders

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Conference aims to connect organizations to better help juveniles re-enter society