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Advocating for support from multiple legislators a good way to garner support
Many at forum say people don’t seem to care about elections
No-refund policy irks registrants; mayor says operation ‘dishonest’
Rights group says chemical spill
W.Va. businesses meet with Mexican officials, create
Plan focuses on affordability of college, prioritizing job programs
Attorney general says nearly $1.7 million could come to state from lawsuit
Techniques still years from being implemented
Pharmaceutical firms’ transaction reportedly valued at about $5.3 billion
Country spends less than 2 percent GDP on transportation
West Virginia is poised to send its first woman to the U.S. Senate, but the two candidates say they’re not in the race to make history.
“I tend not to focus on something like that,” said Rep. S...
Research group says one third of streets need repairs
Senator expressed doubt that colleges would work to end student exploitation
Transgender residents say attempts to renew
licenses led to photo snafu, humiliation
Highway Trust Fund in jeopardy; state’s construction workers to be affected
Farm Bureau chief says water proposal shows agency’s overreach
Vice presidential nominee will join Senate candidate for city event
Senator trying to attract cosponsors, make bill bipartisan effort
Bill caught up in Congress could lead to budget shortfalls
Official says the
Civil Rights Act didn’t go far enough
Clinics get less than hoped for; new federal rules only affect W.Va.
Organization lobbies Legislature to pass policies that help W.Va. families
According to call, Democrat refuses to deviate from talking points
Coalition launch events have attracted hundreds of female voters
Rep. Shelley Moore Capito, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, is announcing today the Women with Shelley coalition.
The Capito campaign is bringing together women from across the state who support Capito, who ...
Official says lack
of coal miner jobs
due to drug abuse
Two grants from US Department of Labor aim to help unemployed
Montgomery school tops state’s other public, four-year institutions
Many companies in W.Va. now exporting to countries with emerging markets
competition eating into revenues, but facilities ‘strong’
College’s chairman says move is because of refinanced debt
State Police say trooper stopped to remove debris from road
Unclaimed property program delivers items with sentimental worth
By WHITNEY BURDETTE
DAILY MAIL CAPITOL REPORTER
Dave Casebolt thought he’d never again see the coins and jewelry he and his ex-wif...
Official says agency trying to keep up with technology
Committee to weigh statewide permit
The chemical that leaked into the Elk River in January and contaminated the drinking water of 300,000 West Virginians is no longer detectable in the water supply.
That’s according to West Virginia American ...
U.S. Senate candidate Natalie Tennant has announced a second policy agenda, this one focused on job creation.
Earlier this month, Tennant unveiled an agenda that would bolster West Virginia’s energy industri...
Additional money helps offset school’s budgets, pay for improvement projects
Committee to look into quality, cost concerns during interim period
Board says creatures present threats to humans, native wildlife
Senator wrote to Obama asking for full Afghanistan withdrawal in 2014
Kids will have access to healthy meals at 415 sites statewide
Fewer patients in W.Va. are seeking care from emergency rooms
Inquiry could uncover criminal wrongdoing at medical facilities, senators say
Measure introduced in US Senate to expand access to private care
More than 4,000 allied forces died while storming the beaches of Normandy, France, on June 6, 1944. That number includes 38 West Virginians who served in different capacities during the war and paid the ultimate sacrific...
Man was just a teen when drafted into U.S. Navy
Budget bill includes $504 bump for W.Va. public sector workers
Candidate for US Senate wants energy industries to work together
Eight employees of county commission without jobs