Members of West Virginia’s congressional delegation have offered one of two responses to President Donald Trump’s words in the aftermath of a violent white supremacist gathering in Charlottesville, Virginia last week: criticism or...
The West Virginia Ethics Commission will allow state Development Office employees to attend a business conference at The Greenbrier, despite Gov. Jim Justice’s failure to put the resort into a blind trust.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Steve Bannon, a forceful but divisive presence in President Donald Trump’s White House, is leaving.
Employees with the West Virginia Division of Tobacco Prevention have been relocated after the Legislature zeroed out the office’s funding in this year’s budget.
The West Virginia Ethics Commission will decide today if workers with the state Development Office and Division of Tourism attend events at The Greenbrier resort, given that Gov. Jim Justice has not put his ownership of the resort into a blind trust....
Jim Johnson has been named director of the West Virginia’s new Office of Drug Control Policy.
State Auditor JB McCuskey will serve as U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins’ campaign chairman in Jenkins’ run for U.S. Senate, the campaign announced today.
West Virginia Solicitor General Elbert Lin is resigning after spending more than four years challenging federal policies as a top lawyer in Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s office, according to a notice filed today in federal court.
Stephen K. Bannon, the White House chief strategist, seemed to take issue with President Donald Trump on North Korea, attacked white supremacists as “clowns” and “losers” and described his efforts against administration...
Gov. Jim Justice is sick and won’t attend Governor’s Day at the State Fair of West Virginia today, according to a news release from his office.
NEW YORK — Combative and insistent, President Donald Trump declared anew Tuesday that “there is blame on both sides” for the deadly violence last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, appearing to once ...
Vice President Mike Pence will speak at the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s 81st annual Meeting and Business Summit Aug. 30, according to a West Virginia Chamber of Commerce news release.
A trustee for a real estate company requested last week that a firm with ties to U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin be declared in default of a $14.6 million debt and for someone to be appointed to oversee the firm temporarily.
Former West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Franklin D. Cleckley, who was the first black person to serve on the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, died Monday at his home in Morgantown.
Gov. Jim Justice hired Sen. Mike Hall, R-Putnam, as his chief of staff Tuesday.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A coal company run by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice’s family has sued two Kentucky regulators individually, claiming they’re to blame for the company’s reclamation...
Just 11 days after Gov. Jim Justice switched parties from Democrat to Republican, the governor’s chief of staff, Nick Casey, has been fired.
As trial began Monday in a Putnam County businessman and political leader’s lawsuit against the U....
WASHINGTON (AP) — Under pressure all weekend, President Donald Trump on Monday named and condemned hate groups as “repugnant” and declared “racism is evil” in an updated, more forceful statement on the deadly, race-...
Gov. Jim Justice has asked President Donald Trump to declare a federal disaster after flooding last month in the northern part of West Virginia, according to a news release from the state’s Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety.
The Dunbar City Council will choose from among 10 candidates when it replaces former Mayor Terry Greenlee. The council will have a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday to discuss mayoral candidates.
Jim, you done done it now.
I’m talking about the continuing fallout on Gov. Jim Justice’s party flip, and its implications for changes of passing the “2017 Roads to Prosperity” amendment on Oct. 7.
Data about state agencies’ pension liability that held up the most recent statewide financial audit has already been sent to agencies this year, months ahead of when the information went out last year.
The law is clear — the lottery director cannot engage in another profession while running the operation, but questions remain as to if that’s happened with Alan Larrick.