Gov. Joe Manchin CHARLESTON -- The news last week that another $55 million in workers' compensation rate reductions has been approved by the West Virginia Insurance Commission –- bringing the total amount of money put back into our economy this year as a result of our workers' comp reforms to an impressive $130 million -- should be a call to action.
SHREVEPORT, La. – When attorney generals of 46 states signed a settlement of claims against tobacco companies they violated a section of the U. S. Constitution forbidding compacts between states, according to a lawsuit in federal court in Shreveport.
CHARLESTON – The United States Supreme Court on Monday ordered the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals to reconsider a 2005 decision that upheld a Morgan County man's conviction on sexual assault charges.
POINT PLEASANT – The special prosecutor appointed to investigate allegations of forgery committed by a Point Pleasant attorney says neither his bankruptcy filing nor his brother's position in state government has any bearing on her investigation.
Jeffery Thomas Funding your retirement requires careful planning and it's a task that shouldn't be taken lightly. And even if you have a sound strategy laid out today, you need to be aware that many things can change along the road to reaching your retirement goals. To help you avoid possible pitfalls that may confront you in the future, following is a list of common mistakes people make when saving for retirement.
A statue at the state Capitol Complex is called Lincoln Walks At Midnight. It faces the Kanawha River. WHEELING - West Virginia broke away from Virginia and joined a war to end legal slavery, but legal slavery lasted longer in West Virginia than in Virginia.