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16 hrs ago | WCHS-TV Charleston
The West Virginia Senate and House came together quickly in a special session to pass bill that deal with several issues including a budget shortfall.
Clean drinking water was still available Friday, if you needed it. There was also a call for Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to reinstate the state of emergency,nine weeks after the spill.
The "flushing" of home plumbing systems recommended by state officials and West Virginia American Water following the January Elk River chemical spill had only "mixed effectiveness," according to preliminary findings by an expert hired by the Tomblin administration.
Less than a week after the close of the 2014 Regular Legislative Session, lawmakers were called back into a Special Session at the State Capitol in Charleston on Friday.
"Judge not, and you will not be judged; condemn not, and you will not be condemned; forgive, and you will be forgiven."
In a split vote, the West Virginia Broadband Deployment Council awarded a $713,000 grant Wednesday for a project that expands high-speed Internet to vacation homes and condos at Snowshoe Mountain resort, even though Frontier Communications already has plans to bring broadband service to the area.
Beginning Monday, March 17, Boone County public schools will be returning to normal operating conditions with regards to the use of water, according to Boone County Schools Superintendent John Hudson.
Although an official announcement about the team involved was not expected until Thursday afternoon, considerable speculation on Thursday morning indicated the planned camp involves a partnership with the New Orleans Saints but sources would not confirm.
Everybody who thought it was a good idea to elect a governor with three names, like Earl Ray Tomblin, are getting exactly what they deserved.
If Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin calls a special session to address legislation that did not make it through the recently completed regular legislative session, local lawmakers expect the so-called Drill Cuttings bill to be on the special session's agenda.
State Board of Education members may ask Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to veto a recently passed bill that gives teachers total autonomy over how they use their daily planning period.
Freedom Industries has submitted the first phase of the tank decommission plan for its Charleston facility, which was the site of a Jan. 9 chemical spill of MCHM into the Elk River that contaminated the water supply for 300,000 West Virginians.
West Virginia American Water has issued a precautionary boil water advisory for about 30 customers in Eleanor.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin officially requested the Federal Emergency Management Agency change its mind and provide additional money to West Virginia to cover costs associated with the recent massive chemical leak.