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"Religious Freedom" Bill Pending In West Virginia

Other states are passing similar laws, but House Speaker Tim Armstead (R-Kanawha, 40) says more discussions on the bill are needed here.

St. Francis Hospital Workers Walk for "National Walking Day"

The American Heart Association encouraged employees to bring their sneakers to work and walk together.

Civic Center Firms Submit Renovation Proposals

Three hopeful firms submitted proposals Wednesday, will present on Thursday

Kanawha Delegate Applauds Governor's Signing Of Addiction Treatment Bill

Delegate Chris Stansbury says it'll utilitze an opioid blocking drug.

High Speed Chase Follows Home Invasion In Mason County

Police say suspect fired shots at an officer after Route 2 chase

Freedom, DEP Finalize Remediation Agreement

State DEP and Freedom Industries finalize terms of Voluntary Remediation process

New Initiative Revealed To Help Children Suffering From Trauma

New Handle With Care program revealed at WV State Police Academy

29 West Virginia Counties Qualify For Aid Following Thor

Governor says request for federal disaster declaration was granted

Five Arrested in Jackson County Drug Bust

All five people were from New Jersey.

Man Arrested for Stabbing Woman in Cross Lanes Apartment Building

The investigation continues.

Groundbreaking Set For Late-April for New UC Project

President Ed Welch excited about innovation center.

Civic Center Could Hold Championship Game

WNIT may come here if WVU wins.

Medicaid Card Changes From Monthly to Annual Card

The move is expected to save West Virginia $2.5 million per year.

Montgomery Citizens Flood Meeting In Support Of WVU Tech

Montogomery residnets turn out in droves to address concerns about the future of a school they love

Congressman Hopes to Expose Intent of Controversial Mining Rule

Rep. Alex Mooney introduces STREAM act.

Institute Industrial Park Going From Bayer to Dow

Bayer CropScience announces divestment; will become tenant.

Dozens of Special Metals Workers Without Jobs

The number of layoffs have not been confirmed.

Emergency Procedure Put In Place For Barlow Drive Residents

Evacuation planned in the event of another emergency around Yeager Airport

DEP's Huffman Responds to New Tank Law

Secretary says it's a more workable solution. 

Arrest Made In Lincoln County Shootings

State Police are identifying the woman who was killed and the man who was wounded.

Lineup Announced For FestivALL Charleston

The 10 day summer festival is scheduled for June 19-28.

Trial Rescheduled In Bar Bouncer Shooting

Charleston men now scheduled to face jury June 1.

New Disaster Corps Gathers In Cross Lanes

Volunteers to help in tough times.

Cole Hasn't Decided If He'll Run For Governor

Senate president says he's a few months away.

Chancellor: Education Opportunities Endless With Presidential Debate

Dr. Paul Hill excited about application process.

Police Captain James Discusses 1-64 Project

Work on Charleston I-64 bridges set to begin next month and go through end of October

New Interim Schedule to Take Effect in W.Va. Legislature

Instead of the usual three-day meetings per month, they will hold four two-day sessions this year.

Nicholas County Won't Be Left Uncovered By State Police

Schedule adjustments coming with layoff of deputies.

"Take the Stairs" Campaign Encourages Physical Activity in Work Places

The campaign is expected to run from April 1-22.

Shoppers Did Their Part In Shopping Season

Retailers say best numbers in 3 years.