Summary of West Virginia news/sports/weather for Tuesday, August 8, 2023
Charleston Chief of Police Tyke Hunt was suspended last year following an investigation involving a meeting with a woman after-hours.
The Women's Health Center had recently applied for a syringe service program license.
Longtime WVU president says his plans are to move to the College of Law after that.
Agreement became final on July 25.
Work continues on 44-bill agenda.
Storm hit Monday afternoon.
Lewisburg police say no foul play suspected.
The governor proposed the bill to state lawmakers Sunday.
Deputies say victim was checking on daughter following a domestic dispute.
Risk is higher than normal.
The PSC extended the deadline for municipalities to respond to August 25.
Get updated on what's happening across the state.
Most bills lined up for passage Monday.
State Higher Education Policy Commission Chancellor Dr. Sarah Tucker answered questions from a few state senators and delegates Sunday.
The new mobile dental clinic replaces a 2005 retrofitted Winnebago.
Members of the Communications Workers of America will continue to work under the current contract till August 19.
Kaden Barker, 21, of Orgas, was found near Woodrow Hendricks Drive in the Orgas area Saturday morning.
After Governor Jim Justice signed Senate Bill 570 into law last March, the association has been training law enforcement officers in a specially-designed course which teaches them how to identify people with Alzheimer's Disease.
The programs will be offered at Watson Elementary School, East Park Elementary School, and Blackshere Elementary School.