Members of the Legislature will meet throughout the next week to work on the budget bill. More>>
Time runs out for a bill that would have tightened regulations on pseudoephedrine sales.
For those living in the Mountain State and in the teaching profession, it would appear their voices are beginning to be heard. More>>
Members of the House of Delegates agreed with changes the Senate made to the bill to quickly and quietly pass it along to Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin. More>>
When the Future Fund came to the House floor for debate, several amendments to the House Finance Committee amendment were offered. More>>
The bill passed the full Legislature just before 11 p.m. March 8. More>>
A bill to allow breastfeeding in public, with discretion, has passed the full Legislature.
While most nominations were approved as a group, Sen. Roman Prezioso, D-Marion, pulled one candidate from the list and voted individually on her appointment. More>>
The resounding message for teacher pay raise in the House Chamber on March 8 was "this is not enough of a raise." More>>
When it comes to the issue of municipal firearms, Delegate Meshea Poore, D-Kanawha, said many questions are still left unanswered. More>>
The West Virginia Senate paused for a moment to honor a chief medical officer in the Mountain State on the last day of the Legislative session.
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP expanded its national footprint through a merger with Peck Shaffer & Williams LLP. More>>
The Hot Rod Magazine Power Tour is making a one-day stop in Charleston, coming to the Mountain State June 9. More>>
Jeff McIntyre, president of West Virginia American Water Co., spoke at Heritage Station Feb. 28 as part of the "Coffee and Conversation" series sponsored by the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce. More>>
The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection has been awarded $225,000 from the federal government's Targeted Brownfield Assistance program for Phase I and Phase II assessments at a publicly owned industrial park in Brooke County. More>>
Investigators in Berkeley County are following the trail of guns that should be locked up in the sheriff's evidence room but aren't. More>>
Nicholas County residents who've fought to overturn the hiring of a county administrator because it wasn't done according to state law are now circulating petitions for the removal of their three county commissioners. More>>
The D. Stephen and Diane H. Walker Convocation Center at West Virginia State University was dedicated and hosted its first basketball doubleheader March 1. More>>
Schonstedt is trying to make the world just a little bit safer by donating hand-held magnetic locators to people in war-torn world communities to help them find underground mines and unexploded ordnance. More>>
The commissioner of the West Virginia Department of Agriculture says that economic growth through farming stands to benefit many West Virginia families. More>>
After more than three hours of debate, the House also accepted the judiciary committee's decision to limit all consumers across the state to buying 24 grams of cold medicine each year, half what's currently allowed. More>>
Members of the West Virginia Senate on March 7 sent their version of a bill made in response to a chemical leak on Jan. 9 back to the House of Delegates for consideration.
A bipartisan group of attorneys general representing 36 states and territories disagree with the WV Attorney General Ethics Act. More>>
The State Journal honors this years Generation Next: 40 Under 40
Bethany College will help students celebrate the school's 175th anniversary by freezing tuition for the 2014-15 academic year. More>>
Edward Tuttle, a state highway administrator in Upshur County, has been indicted for allegedly lying to federal investigators probing the West Virginia Department of Highways Equipment Division. In February Buckhannon highway administrator Barry Thompson was indicted on the same charge. More>>
Whether it's Facebook or Twitter, anyone who is anyone has an account, including West Virginia lawmakers. More>>
While lawmakers and legislative staffers tweet and post to Facebook, lobbyists often check those feeds to see how they can best explain their causes. More>>
Clay Center President and CEO Judy Wellington has announced that she will retire next year. More>>
A deadline is creeping up for growers interested in leasing prime farmland on West Virginia Department of Agriculture property at the Lakin State Farm in Mason County. More>>
Kanawha County Mental Hygiene Commissioner Thomas M. Hayes retired March 1 after 45 years of service in the part-time position. More>>
A federal grand jury in Charleston returned a three-count indictment against Darrell Shawton Collins, 36, alleging he dealt heroin in the city from Dec. 4-6. Collins is a resident of Charleston.
What does the national motto, "In God We Trust," mean to Americans today? More>>
In response to an increase in complaints from residents and business owners, Huntington Police ran an undercover prostitution sting Thursday, March 6. Five women were charged with offering undercover officers sexual acts in exchange for money.
The West Virginia Senate passed the Dangerous Wild Animals Act, House Bill 4393, on March 6. More>>
A bill to prohibit abortions performed after 20 weeks post-conception has moved forward in the West Virginia Judiciary Committee and will be heard on the Senate floor later this week. More>>
A few of the concerts have been announced for this year's State Fair of WV. More>>
US Airways is adding a daily flight between Yeager Airport in Charleston and Philadelphia International Airport beginning June 5. More>>
Schuette alleges the two companies decided in 2010 to collaborate in order to avoid bidding up prices for drilling rights for public and private properties in the state's Collingwood/Utica shale plays. More>>
The West Virginia House of Delegates passed Senate Bill 373, the water bill, by a unanimous vote on March 5. More>>
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives has moved to block the president's plan to limit carbon pollution from new power plants. More>>
Petcoke piles along the Detroit River drew complaints last year and Detroit officials ordered them removed. More>>
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