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A former George Washington High School ROTC instructor found out Wednesday just how long he will in jail.
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Even though 33 percent of its roads are in "poor" condition, West Virginia spends about 73 percent of its road budget building new roads and adding lanes.
In the face of public criticism, officials in West Virginia have change course and will allow a high school student to read a poem about coal mining disasters in the state.
Two West Virginia men were arrested Tuesday night by North Franklin Township police after allegedly stealing a combination mixer, pasta roller and cutter they planned to exchange for drugs.
Since October 1, 2013, more than four million Americans have signed up for health care coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, which was established under the health reform law.
A Virginia wood products company is moving its manufacturing operations to West Virginia.
An English professor from Marshall University has won the Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia's Professor of the Year award.
West Virginia continues to lag behind the rest of the country in the number of younger people enrolled in health insurance through the federal marketplace.
Editor's Note: This is the ninth part of a 52-week series to run throughout 2014 on 52 West Virginians who made a difference and who matter.
The transition to new rules and policies within West Virginia's juvenile detention facilities is turning out to be a bumpy one, according to one representative of the juvenile correctional officers who staff the sites.
State Treasurer John Perdue's office said an expansion in online unclaimed property listings has resulted in a increased number of claims this year.
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp. could have spotted external corrosion that caused a West Virginia pipeline to rupture in 2012, a federal safety agency said.
As the drunken post-session parties finally start to wind down at mid-week, there is an opportunity to evaluate the 2014 West Virginia regular legislative session.
West Virginia lawmakers are ironing out kinks in an election-year budget that avoids tax hikes and gives public workers raises.
Engineers sprung into action when more than 10,000 gallons of a chemical mixture leaked from a storage tank near Charleston, W.Va., and entered a river upstream of a water-treatment plant in January.
After the House or Senate sends Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin a bill, he has 15 days to sign it, veto it or let it become law without his endorsement.