CHARLESTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a new rule called Affordable Clean Energy that will relax carbon emission limits on power plants.
10 each to fill Ketchum and Davis's spots on the bench
CHARLESTON – President Donald Trump made another visit to West Virginia as the Environmental Protection Agency proposed a rule to ease carbon emission limitations on power plants.
CHARLESTON – Speaker Tim Armstead has resigned from his House of Delegates seat to run for the state Supreme Court.
CHARLESTON – The state Senate has approved the proposed rules for the impeachment trials of three state Supreme Court justices.
CHARLESTON – A nonprofit organization headquartered in Arizona alleges the federal government has failed to protect two species of crayfish found in the southern portion of West Virginia.
CHARLESTON – Nine people have applied to temporarily fill retired state Supreme Court Justice Menis Ketchum's seat.
CHARLESTON – State lawmakers still are talking about the impeachment of the entire state Supreme Court.
CHARLESTON — The U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Professional Responsibility says former U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin and former Assistant U.S. Attorney Steve Ruby committed professional misconduct and recklessly disregarded discovery obligations during the prosecution of Don Blankenship's case in 2015.
CHARLESTON – Two more charges have been added to the federal indictment against suspended state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry.
CHARLESTON — Americans for Prosperity-West Virginia has released its scorecard this week, detailing which West Virginia legislators vote in line with the organization's policies.
CHARLESTON – Robin Jean Davis has retired from the West Virginia Supreme Court, while Chief Justice Margaret Workman and Justice Beth Walker say they won't step down.
CHARLESTON — State Senate president Mitch Carmichael says West Virginia is seeing an economic resurgence like never before.
CHARLESTON – A loophole in judicial code means candidates have the possibility to run for separate offices during the November election.
Morrisey joins coalition to defend government's right to refuse abortions to unlawfully present, underage immigrants
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has joined a coalition of 10 other states to defend the right for the federal government to refuse abortions to unlawfully present, underage immigrants.
HUNTINGTON — The federal government and the State of West Virginia are suing a steel manufacturing company, alleging failure to protect the public.