Fort Gay, West Virginia, became the first city in West Virginia to declare itself as a Second Amendment sanctuary.
Over the span of the last decade, many programs that were put in place to improve energy efficiency in West Virginia have been scaled back.
West Virginia businesses now have 60 days to apply online for permits to grow, process, dispense and test medical marijuana.
This October, a donation event called the Ready for Work clothing drive was held by WVU for the first time. The purpose of the event was to collect professional clothes and donate them to people who can’t afford them.
WVU researcher Amie Ashcraft is developing an app designed to prevent sex trafficking, which she plans to release in about three years.
Hunters throughout the state of West Virginia can expect a higher black bear harvest and similar white-tail deer harvest this year compared to last year.
Three local religious leaders discussed the interconnectedness between faith and environmental protection at an environmental stewardship discussion on Monday.
A spring cleanup for a historic house in Preston County will take place from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday.
A state trooper pulled over a man in Preston County who allegedly made threats to kill President Donald Trump and blow up the Pentagon, WDTV reported Wednesday.
Since 2017, Morgantown city council has set a goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and making the city more environmentally sustainable with the advice of the Municipal Green Team.
An ambassador for the National Down Syndrome Society gave a lecture on Tuesday about the interactions between people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and law enforcement.
WVU President E. Gordon Gee discussed next year’s tuition, campus carry and the Spruce Street snow day riot among other issues in an interview with the DA staff on Thursday.
WVU provost and vice president for academic affairs Joyce McConnell has been named as the finalist for Colorado State’s president’s job, and will likely leave after more than 24 years at the University.
The campus carry bill is dead, for a second time.
Update: The campus carry bill was voted down in the Senate Judiciary Committee by a 7-9 vote Tuesday night.
The campus carry bill was dead, until it wasn’t.
The booze bill passed the state Senate on Monday and is now headed to Gov. Jim Justice’s desk for approval.
Teachers and service personnel across West Virginia continued their strike into Wednesday, just in case the state Legislature revived the omnibus education bill.
Teachers and service personnel across West Virginia will continue their strike into Wednesday.
An anti-hazing bill aimed at protecting students involved in organizations outside of University control unanimously passed the Senate last week.
In a week where LQBTQ individuals were compared to members of the Ku Klux Klan by an elected state official, those who make up the community said they are choosing to focus on the issues that are actually important to them.
The West Virginia House Education Committee has created a different version of Senate bill 451 after simplifying and removing certain provisions.
Former Deputy Mayor Mark Brazaitis, who has publicly spoken about his mental illness, said his time on the Morgantown City Council will end in July.
Former WVU football head coach Dana Holgorsen’s Morgantown house has hit the market for $2,950,000.
During the 2019 State of the Union address and in the following Democratic response, issues like education and the opioid crisis were hardly mentioned at all.
The West Virginia House Education Committee has created its own strike-and-insert bill on education reform in West Virginia, reforming Senate Bill 451, which was passed by the West Virginia Senate on Monday.
Updates to the 144-page Senate bill aimed at legalizing charter schools and increasing teacher pay came a day after Gov. Jim Justice threatened to veto the originalbill proposed by the West Virginia Senate Education Committee on Tuesday.
The West Virginia Senate Education Committee quickly advanced a massive bill on Friday aimed at legalizing charter schools and increasing teacher pay, making it harder for teachers to strike and giving tax credits to teachers who pay out of pocket for school supplies.
On Wednesday, Gov. Jim Justice invited President Donald Trump to West Virginia to give his State of the Union Address in the State Capitol.
Three West Virginia state delegates plan to introduce a bill that will send $10 million of the state’s budget surplus to help build the proposed border wall along the United States-Mexico border.
Richard Ojeda announced his resignation from the legislature on Monday to focus on the 2020 presidential election.
A West Virginia delegate introduced legislation on Wednesday that would make it illegal to drive a vehicle continuously in the left lane of a highway.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey issued a legal opinion on Friday related to how the state should navigate marijuana laws and how the state might collect revenue from sale of the plant.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice addressed state absenteeism rates, low math scores, pay raises and ways to fix the state’s education system in his State of the State address on Wednesday night.
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