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Justice still owes property taxes

Despite a statement that all delinquent property taxes would be paid by the end of April, at least one business owned by Jim Justice — the state’s richest man and the leading candidate for governor — continues to owe more than...

Justice still owes property taxes

Despite a statement that all delinquent property taxes would be paid by the end of April, at least one business owned by Jim Justice — the state’s richest man and the leading candidate for governor — continues to owe more than...

Trump to WV GOP: Don’t vote; he forgets candidates on rest of primary ballot

Raise your hand if you’ve ever heard a politician tell you not to vote before.

Sanders and Clinton neck and neck in new poll
Sanders and Clinton neck and neck in new poll

The West Virginia Democratic primary is neck and neck, as Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders holds a narrow lead over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a new poll finds.

Trump says he was surprised by Paul Ryan’s rebuff
Trump says he was surprised by Paul Ryan’s rebuff

Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) – Donald Trump says he was surprised by House Speaker Paul Ryan's declaration that he wasn't ready to support Trump as the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

Trump rallies in Charleston, tells people not to vote
Trump rallies in Charleston, tells people not to vote

Donald Trump loves coal miners and thinks you should not vote in Tuesday's elections, he told a crowd of thousands at the Charleston Civic Center Thursday, also hitting all the themes of his campaign — building a wall between the United States...

Cavender ramps up Kanawha school board campaign spending
Cavender ramps up Kanawha school board campaign spending

New campaign finance reports show the previously largest fundraiser in Kanawha County’s school board race hasn’t significantly increased his haul since around the end of March, but he has greatly accelerated spending.

Trump draws thousands to WV event
Trump draws thousands to WV event

The lines outside the Charleston Civic Center stretched across the street to the Charleston Town Center mall, as people from all over the region waited in a cold rain Thursday afternoon for a chance to see Donald Trump, the all-but-official...

Photo: Former senator, first lady of WV ‘get out the vote’ for Clinton
Photo: Former senator, first lady of WV ‘get out the vote’ for Clinton

Former Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., and former first lady of West Virginia Gayle Manchin campaigned for Hillary Clinton in Beckley and Charleston on Thursday, attending grassroots organizing events with supporters and volunteers to discuss what’s at ...

Lobbyist spending disclosures due soon
Lobbyist spending disclosures due soon

In the past 25 years, lobbyists have spent more than $8.6 million on legislators and other public officials, according to data complied by the state Ethics Commission.

32 state, local candidates have yet to file financial disclosures
32 state, local candidates have yet to file financial disclosures

A total of 32 candidates for state and local offices have yet to file required financial disclosure statements with the state Ethics Commission, commission records show.

Sanders returns to WV to discuss poverty, economic issues
Sanders returns to WV to discuss poverty, economic issues

KIMBALL — Erica Lucas broke into tears as she told Sen. Bernie Sanders about the stress that comes with being poor.

New poll finds Justice leads close primary; all 3 Democrats lead Cole
New poll finds Justice leads close primary; all 3 Democrats lead Cole

Businessman Jim Justice leads the Democratic field in the race for governor, but all three Democratic candidates lead Republican Senate President Bill Cole in general election matchups according to a new poll, released Thursday.

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