Sen. Joe Manchin III, D-W.Va., asks West Virginia State University students during a roundtable discussion the issues in higher education that are the most important to them.
The Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant grants Accreditation-Continued status to the Physician Assistant Studies Program sponsored by Alderson Broaddus University.
Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races was awarded the 2013 Stars of Industry Award by theWest Virginia Division of Tourism. More>>
For three decades Steve Morse, owner of S.J. Morse Company, has been smitten with all things woodworking. More>>
It's difficult to identify them, unfortunately. Sex offenders might live next door and are often trusted members of the community. More>>
Through their travel abroad, two West Virginia University professors experienced both the differences in varying cultures as well as the commonalities that bind the people of those cultures, and West Virginians, together.
Georgian American Alloys CFO Barry Nuss figures getting a discount on electricity for his company's New Haven subsidiary is a "can't lose" for Appalachian Power's other ratepayers. More>>
Auditor Glen B. Gainer's office may not be able to tell Hancock County commissioners what happened to nearly $35,000 in missing parks and recreation department funds. More>>
A Charleston-based court reporting firm is expanding statewide. More>>
The Greenbrier is again offering discounted packages on select dates in January, February and March as a tribute to the resort's local clientele. More>>
Students at Tunnelton Denver Elementary School and South Preston Middle School were evacuated Friday afternoon after being exposed to higher-than-normal levels of carbon monoxide. More>>
During the Higher Education Policy Commission meeting Dec. 6, E Gordon Gee was approved in executive session as interim president at West Virginia University. More>>
West Liberty University Assistant Professor of Art Robert Villamagna was selected as a recipient of the Governor's Award in the West Virginia Division of Culture and History's 18th West Virginia Juried Exhibition. More>>
A former Huntington hospice worker went before the United States Congress to express concerns hovering around the need for unemployment assistance. More>>
A new study showed West Virginia received a failing grade for the state's financial disclosure for judges. More>>
A research team from West Virginia University's Center for Alternative Fuels, Engines and Emissions will look into methane emissions in shale gas development. More>>
The University of Charleston's largest December Commencement on record will take place at 2 p.m., December 9, in Riggleman Hall's Geary Auditorium. More>>
The Federal Communications Commission announced Thursday, Dec. 5 that its Connect America Fund has earmarked $22 million for West Virginia. More>>
As of Thursday afternoon, the West Virginia Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission has received seven applications from those wanting to fill the seat of former Mingo County Circuit Court judge Michael Thornsbury. More>>
West Virginia University's Board of Governors approved a summer deadline for selecting the university's 24th president on Thursday, Dec. 5. More>>
The widow of slain Mingo County Sheriff Eugene Crum wants people to know that her husband did not use illegal drugs. More>>
EQT Corporation announced Dec. 5 it had received all the required regulatory approvals related to the transfer of its natural gas business to Peoples Natural Gas. More>>
Marion County is one of about 12 in West Virginia already using Software Systems highly rated software. Those 12 counties will be the first to migrate to the new system. More>>
Consol Energy announced Dec. 5 it has closed on its agreement to sell the Consolidation Coal Company subsidiary. More>>
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey reminded West Virginia consumers to shop smart this holiday season and not go into debt. Debt collectors must follow certain rules when trying to collect payments from consumers. More>>
A group protesting toxic blasting dust met near the Liberty Bell Memorial at the backs steps of the Capitol Complex on Monday afternoon. More>>
U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin said 45-year-old Michael Ray Fortuna of Peach Creek admitted to organizing the pill distribution scheme, which included periodic trips to Florida More>>
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