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Kentucky officials say Justice paying mining fines

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky officials say a billionaire West Virginia coal operator is making progress in addressing dozens of environmental violations at strip mines he owns in this state.

The Courier-Journal of Louisville reports that Jim...

Kentucky officials say Justice paying mining fines

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky officials say a billionaire West Virginia coal operator is making progress in addressing dozens of environmental violations at strip mines he owns in this state.

The Courier-Journal of Louisville reports that Jim ...

Surveillance reforms pass after Capito, others switch votes

Ten days after she helped vote down a bill that would end the federal government’s bulk collection of Americans’ phone data, Sen. Shelley Moore Capito switched her vote on Tuesday, helping to pass a rollback of several of the most...

Surveillance reforms pass after Capito, others switch votes

Ten days after she helped vote down a bill that would end the federal government’s bulk collection of Americans’ phone data, Sen. Shelley Moore Capito switched her vote on Tuesday, helping to pass a rollback of several of the most...

Surveillance reforms pass after Capito, others switch votes

Ten days after she helped vote down a bill that would end the federal government’s bulk collection of Americans’ phone data, Sen. Shelley Moore Capito switched her vote on Tuesday, helping to pass a rollback of several of the most...

Patriot bankruptcy sale proposal excludes union mines in W.Va.

Patriot Coal is proposing a deal that would sell “substantially all” of its assets to Kentucky-based Blackhawk Mining, but the transaction would not include several large West Virginia operations that have union contracts and significant ...

Charleston Gay Men’s Chorale hosts concert Friday

When the artistic director for the Charleston Gay Men’s Chorale thinks about the finale of the group’s upcoming concert, he gets goose bumps.

“That’s how hard it hits...

Sunday’s Child: Family of four seeks a mom and dad
Sunday’s Child: Family of four seeks a mom and dad

Editor’s note: Mission West Virginia has received many calls about this sibling group and is not accepting additional inquiries for these particular children at this time. If you are interested in foster care or adoption in West Virginia,...

Manchin to join Charleston-Fayetteville Flag Day motorcycle run

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., will be among motorcyclists taking part in the inaugural Flag Day Ride for Fallen Service Heroes on June 14.

The round-trip ride begins and ends in Charleston with a lunch stop in the Fayetteville area, followed by a...

Homeless man robbed on East End

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A homeless man was assaulted and robbed on Charleston’s East End early this morning.

Sgt. Tyke Hunt of the Charleston Police Department said Jeffrey Spicer, 50, who stays in Charleston but is homeless, was talking...

State conference offers ideas for healthy community projects

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – An upcoming conference at West Virginia Wesleyan College is all about brainstorming for healthy community projects.

Try This West Virginia is hosting the conference Friday and Saturday in Buckhannon.

The Herald-...

State awards largest highway contract ever for U.S. 35 project

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A Kentucky company has received the largest contract ever awarded by the West Virginia Division of Highways.

West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin says Bizzack Construction LLC of Lexington submitted the winning bid of...

Contest offered for 1st overnight guests of state fire tower

DUNMORE, W.Va. – The West Virginia State Parks system is holding a drawing for the opportunity to be the first overnight guests of the newly refurbished Thorny Mountain Fire Tower.

The tower in Seneca State Forest soars 53 feet above the...

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