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West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin proclaimed the week of March 3, 2014, Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week in the Mountain State.
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A week ago, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin ended the "state of emergency," an official term that helps to define what kind of help is available to the public.
A bill regulating chemical storage tanks, proposed in response to January's water crisis, is inching closer to becoming law.
Some of the amendments legislators have suggested for state Senate President Jeff Kessler's Future Fund bill have interesting undertones.
The House of Delegates overwhelmingly passed legislation Friday to encourage development of a private flood insurance market in the state, despite questions about whether the measure will make much difference for thousands of West Virginians facing massive premium increases to their federally subsidized policies.
The West Virginia Senate voted unanimously on Friday to approve a bill regulating chemical storage tanks.
Singer John Denver never called West Virginia home, but his 1970s hit "Take Me Home, Country Roads" is one of the state's official songs.
Representatives from three Greenbrier County agencies were presented with grant funds by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin in a ceremony held in the Capitol reception room in Charleston on Mar. 5. On hand as recipient for a $12,470 grant from the Records Management and Preservation Board Funds was Greenbrier County Clerk Robin Loudermilk.
After two decades of serving as Boone County's community and economic development director, Larry Lodato is retiring, effective March 15. "I have been extremely fortunate to have worked with a great group of County Commissioners and Economic Development Board members over the years," he said.
West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has an opportunity to serve tens of millions of Americans, as well as Mountain State residents, in a sort of Paul Revere role.
The final set of water test results are back for schools in the counties affected by the water crisis.
Lawmakers were seeing red at the West Virginia Capitol on Wednesday - red clothing and logos worn by members of the American Red Cross.
A special resolution to make the John Denver hit "Take Me Home, Country Roads" an official West Virginia state song is going before the Legislature on Friday.
As the conversation on the water crisis continues, so does concern from some parents.
One of the nation's largest coal producers will pay a $27.5 million fine and spend $200 million to reduce illegal toxic discharges into hundreds of waterways across five Appalachian states, according to a proposed settlement Wednesday.