CHARLESTON — Don Blankenship officially filed to run on the ballot for U.S. Senate on the Constitution Party.
CHARLESTON – A three-judge panel confirmed the removal of Bob Henry Baber as Richwood's mayor July 20, stating that his behavior was the "epitome of an improper abuse" of political power.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is urging Sen. Joe Manchin to support President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.
CHARLESTON — The U.S. Supreme Court ruled last month that out-of-state retailers can collect state sales tax from customers, a decision opposed by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice.
CHARLESTON — The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently shifted oversight of coal combustion byproducts from the federal level to the state level for the first time.
CHARLESTON — A legislative audit was performed on the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals in an attempt to learn why the court had a surplus of nearly $29 million in 2012 and spent it down to approximately $333,000 by 2016.
CHARLESTON – The Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission has recommended four names to Gov. Jim Justice for a vacancy on the Kanawha Circuit Court bench.
CHARLESTON – A Pendleton County delegate has filed a petition claiming Gov. Jim Justice isn’t upholding his duties by not living at the governor’s mansion in Charleston.
CHARLESTON — Two of the four new members appointed to the board of the Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia (DTCWV) are looking forward to serving on the board.
Nathan Bennett and Sarah Petitto, West Virginia University College of Law students, are the first-ever recipients for the Rural Practice Scholarship.
CHARLESTON — Rep. Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) has secured additional funding for West Virginia that will help to redevelop and repurpose abandoned mine lands that will help create more jobs for West Virginians.
CHARLESTON – State government and legal leaders again are calling for suspended Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry to resign after a 22-count federal criminal indictment against him was unsealed.
CHARLESTON — Because of ongoing issues over trade, China Energy executives have canceled their plans to attend a petrochemical conference in Pennsylvania where it was hoped there would be an announcement made about a potential $84 billion Chinese investment in West Virginia.