The West Virginia Legislature passed a bill designed to encourage retail customer investment in solar energy by exempting solar power purchase agreements from the state Public Service Commission’s jurisdiction.
The West Virginia Senate on Saturday confirmed all 257 of Gov. Jim Justice’s recently requested appointments to various boards.
There is nothing new under the Hollywood sun, as evidenced by the release of 40 feature films based on video games since “Super Mario Bros.” started the risk-avoidance trend in 1993.
INWOOD — Utilizing life skills learned in their Musselman High School career and technical education program, the school’s culinary students prepared meals for the first responders working local vaccination clinics, proudly giving back to those people the students said have constantly put th…
The West Virginia Legislature passed a bill Friday night banning transgender middle school, high school and college girls and women from playing on women’s sports teams.
Gov. Jim Justice on Friday signed into law a bill establishing an intermediate court of appeals, putting end to a legislative effort that’s been underway since before Justice was governor.
The West Virginia House of Delegates approved a bill Friday crafted to keep the state’s coal-fired power plants operating through the end of their planned lifespans, but not before adding a provision aimed at helping communities where plants have already closed.
The James “Tiger” Morton Catastrophic Illness Commission is supposed to help people who’ve been denied Medicaid coverage pay for lifesaving medical treatment.
All 100 members of the West Virginia House of Delegates, in a major and perhaps unprecedented rebuke to Gov. Jim Justice, voted unanimously Friday afternoon to reject the Senate’s version of a tax cut proposal endorsed by the governor.
The South African variant of COVID-19 was detected in Berkeley County this week, as cases of the UK variant continue to rise in the state.
After proms and other end-of-year celebrations were canceled in 2020, Kanawha County officials gathered Friday at Metro 911 headquarters to announce the resumption of Operation GPA, a program to ensure the safety of Kanawha students at prom and graduation.
The West Virginia House of Delegates has approved a Senate resolution expressing support for a pipeline project that died nine months ago.
Symphony Sunday is returning to Charleston this summer, although it will be quite different from what fans have become accustomed to attending.
A vigil will be held at 7 p.m. Friday for the Capital High School student-athlete shot and killed on Charleston’s West Side.
The West Virginia Senate approved a bill Thursday designed to encourage retail customer investment in solar energy by exempting solar power purchase agreements from the state Public Service Commission’s jurisdiction.
On day 58 of the 60-day regular legislative session, the fate of a West Virginia income tax cut/sales tax hike proposal, and what final form the 2021-22 budget will take, remains unclear, after the Senate passed new versions of both in a contentious Wednesday night session.
The West Virginia Senate adopted a bill Thursday that sets up a potential rewriting of the state’s criminal code in 2022.
The West Virginia Senate passed a bill Thursday banning transgender middle school, high school and college girls and women from playing on women’s sports teams.
CHARLESTON — After hearing from advocates on both sides of the debate, the West Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee passed out this session’s anti-abortion bill.
CHARLESTON — A bill to continue drug testing Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF, benefit recipients is soon headed to the desk of West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia became the first Southern state to legalize marijuana Wednesday, as lawmakers voted to approve Gov. Ralph Northam’s proposed changes to a bill that will allow adults to possess and cultivate small amounts of the drug starting in July.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has signed into law legislative rules on environmental protection that include a weakening of water quality standards for certain carcinogens.