CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Interstate construction is going to slow commutes into West Virginia’s capital city for about the next three months. WCHS-TV reported Tuesday that delays are expected into
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Unions representing teachers and school service workers in West Virginia are calling for an upcoming special
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Candidates are starting to line up for Supreme Court races next year in West Virginia. Three
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine is making several stops in Southwest Virginia Thursday and Friday.
(Charleston) Legislators are toughening up penalties for motorists who pass a stopped school bus. It’s not the first time penalties have gotten tougher, but this
U.S. Rep. Carol Miller and U.S. Rep. Morgan Griffith have been named to the House Select Committee on Climate Crisis.
(Charleston) A campus carry bill is up for a final reading in the House of Delegates Wednesday. Amendments will also be offered tomorrow that if
(Charleston) Funding public employee health insurance or PEIA has been a headache for lawmakers since it caused the nine day teacher strike last year. This
On Friday, Congresswoman Carol Miller stopped by the WVVA studio for a one on one interview with Evening News Anchor Melinda Zosh. She talked about
The Mercer County Prosecuting Office is pushing for a bill to amend the current Code of West Virginia criminal penalties, for reckless driving, resulting in
Mercer County Prosecuting Attorney George Sitler has confirmed, a bill providing harsher penalties for child abuse crimes has unanimously passed in the West Virginia House
(Charleston) Chances are if you’re a teacher or know someone who is you’re still keeping a close eye on Charleston for any legislation that resurrects
House Bill 2730 has passed the West Virginia House of Delegates.
(Charleston) A last minute bill originating in the House of Delegates Finance Committee aims to add work requirements for those on Medicaid. The federal government