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If Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin calls a special session to address legislation that did not make it through the recently completed regular legislative session, local lawmakers expect the so-called Drill Cuttings bill to be on the special session's agenda.
State Board of Education members may ask Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to veto a recently passed bill that gives teachers total autonomy over how they use their daily planning period.
Freedom Industries has submitted the first phase of the tank decommission plan for its Charleston facility, which was the site of a Jan. 9 chemical spill of MCHM into the Elk River that contaminated the water supply for 300,000 West Virginians.
West Virginia American Water has issued a precautionary boil water advisory for about 30 customers in Eleanor.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin officially requested the Federal Emergency Management Agency change its mind and provide additional money to West Virginia to cover costs associated with the recent massive chemical leak.
Multiple shots fired reported on McCorkle Ave in St. Albans. Police are on the scene of a shots fired call near Sheer Fantasies in St. Albans.
The Greenbrier resort and its billionaire owner struck a deal late this legislative session worth up to $25 million in tax breaks over 10 years for a new medical institute.
Charleston Mayor Danny Jones with Rough & Rowdy Brawl Heavyweight Champion Obi Henderson.
A bill passed during this year's legislative session clears up questions the city of Charleston had about its redistricting process and whether wards could be consolidated.
Organizers estimate up to 800 people from across West Virginia, including busloads of children, came to Charleston this session to support legislative proposals aimed at ending child poverty.
After the House or Senate sends Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin a bill, he has 15 days to sign it, veto it or let it become law without his endorsement.
West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin is "supportive" of a West Virginia bill banning abortions after 20 weeks and is considering backing a similar federal ban in the Senate.
Charleston's mayor says he expects to revoke the city's limits on gun purchases next week in the wake of action by the Legislature.
Calling it a "huge win for the city of Elkins," local officials rejoiced after a bill designed to help fund the official closing of the Elkins-Randolph County Landfill was passed in the final hours of this year's Legislative session Saturday.
Sen. Donna Boley, far left, cut a cake Saturday in honor of her 30 years in the legislature representing Pleasants County.