CHARLESTON — Gov. Jim Justice on Thursday rescinded the statewide ban on all types of outdoor burning.
CHARLESTON — As legislators returned to Charleston for September interim meetings, the Senate met to confirm 137 Justice appointees, including Byrd White as commissioner of highways, arguing over concerns on whether he is qualified to hold that office.
CHARLESTON — Disability rights advocates in West Virginia say patients who are sent to state-run psychiatric hospitals after being found not guilty of a crime by reason of mental illness are being held for years after they are well.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia has strengthened an important tool that supports, protects and empowers crime victims and survivors by providing timely and reliable offender information.
MORGANTOWN — Mike and JoAnn Ross and their family have donated $1 million in support of the WVU Medicine Children’s “Grow Children’s” Capital Campaign and the Brick Health Outreach Fund in the WVU School of Medicine.
HUNTINGTON. — A Huntington man who lost his dad many years ago had a unique opportunity to look back on some cherished memories this week. David McKee, who is now 75, lost his father in 1972. But this week he got a call from the Unclaimed Property Division of the office of State Treasurer Jo…
1CHARLESTON — A U.S attorney is confirming that federal authorities are investigating suspicious deaths at a Veterans Affairs hospital in West Virginia, as more federal officials demand answers.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia's top prosecutor filed suits Friday against the major opioid makers Johnson & Johnson and Teva Pharmaceuticals USA for misrepresenting the risks of their painkilling drugs.
1CHARLESTON — Can the governor of West Virginia be forced to live in the state capital? A persistent lawsuit seeking to do just that is heading back to court.
From the time-honored 4-H livestock projects to cutting-edge STEM activities, West Virginia University Extension Service will offer a blend of tradition and innovation at the State Fair of West Virginia in Fairlea from Aug. 8 to Aug. 17.
CHARLESTON — U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., wants President Donald Trump to reconsider legislation to strengthen the national background check system for purchasing firearms.
MORGANTOWN— Mylan and Pfizer are merging — a deal that’ll see Pfizer split off its portfolio of drugs, no longer protected by patents, and combine them with Mylan’s generic and name-brand drugs under a new pharmaceutical company.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump will be attending a fundraiser in Wheeling, West Virginia, on Wednesday, the day special counsel Robert Mueller testifies before the House Judiciary Committee.
WHEELING — Pope Francis has issued disciplinary action against a former West Virginia bishop, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston said Friday.
GLEN JEAN — Thousands of Scouts and adults from around the world were organizing their campsites on Monday as the 2019 World Scout Jamboree began at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve.
CHARLESTON — A sweeping West Virginia GOP education bill that allows the creation of charter schools violates the state Constitution, according to a teachers union that plans to sue over the legislation.
PRINCETON — Social workers are providing a deep look into opioid addiction in a West Virginia county, where they say some addicts relapse as many as seven times before getting clean.
MORGANTOWN — Researchers at West Virginia University are testing an idea to help save freshwater resources by combining wastewater from power plants with wastewater from fracking.
MORGANTOWN — A lawsuit says a former West Virginia University student has permanent brain damage because his fraternity brothers didn't help him after he fell down the stairs at a party, instead ridiculing his unconscious body for hours before calling 911.
CHARLESTON — A new collaboration between the Charleston Area Medical Center and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine will establish a new regional campus for students.
CHARLESTON — A federal prosecutor is warning parents to watch out for products that contain the main psychoactive component in marijuana and look like real candy.
HUNTINGTON — A West Virginia judge has doubled down on the 40-year sentence he gave a man in the fatal beating of an incapacitated 73-year-old man who was under his care.
CHARLESTON — Officials with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources are considering improvements at the state's small-impoundment fisheries.
BEAVER — A real estate company owned by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice’s family has avoided a tax sale in Virginia by paying more than $400,000, while a county attorney in Kentucky says he’s planning to sue the family’s coal company for unpaid taxes.