West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning have the latest on several controversial bills that Governor Tomblin has signed into law as well as an update on Senate Bill 347 that allows citizens to carry a concealed weapon without a permit.

On this West Virginia Morning, We bring you the latest developments from the House as well as an update on the rollback of regulations for above-ground storage tanks that were a result of the chemical spill last year.

On this West Virginia Morning, we’ll bring you the latest developments in the Senate and the House, including a public hearing that was held yesterday on Charter Schools

On this West Virginia Morning, we’ll bring you up to date on major changes to the conversation over common core education standards in the senate, and we’ll have the latest on house bill that aims to amend the concealed carry law in the house

On this West Virginia Morning, We’ll bring you information on a large pro-union rally that took place over the weekend at the capital, and Catherine Moore brings us the story of a community organization from Clay County that is fighting for a better future.

On this West Virginia Morning, we bring you the latest on developments in the House and a public hearing that took place yesterday about Senate Bill 347, the West Virginia Firearms Act of 2015, which would allow adults to carry a concealed firearm without a permit.

On this West Virginia Morning, we bring you the latest from the House and the Senate including a move by Delegates to overturn Governor Tomblin's veto of the 22-week abortion ban.

On this West Virginia Morning, we bring you the latest on a discussion in WV about loopholes and possible changes to laws regarding sexual assaults in schools, a team at Marshall work on including black history elements in a mobile phone app, and we bring you our Mountain Stage Song of the Week.

It was a rather important day for the prevailing wage issue yesterday as Democratic leaders tried to prevent the scaling back of wages for construction workers. On this West Virginia Morning, we bring you the latest on this and other stories.

Some heated debate took place in the House Judiciary Committee yesterday as a proposal about transporting mining equipment was discussed. The idea caused concern for some as it does appear to relax some safety rules.


On this West Virginia Morning, we bring you that latest developments in the fracking Debate with both sides speaking out over New York’s decision to ban the horizontal drilling industry.

On this West Virginia Morning, We take a close look at homeschooling which appears to be increasing in the US and bring you the latest information from the train derailment that took place in Fayette County.

On this West Virginia Morning, One of the companies that make the train cars that derailed in Fayette County is pushing for modernization from the government, and we bring you up to date on a scaled-back version of the prevailing wage repeal that made it to the house yesterday.

With safe crude oil transportation on everyone’s minds, Dave Mistich sat down with Peter Goelz a former managing director of the National Transportation Safety Board. We also take a look at some activity on the Senate floor that took place over a bill to cap damages for certain lawsuits.

Senate Bill 6 Passes

Feb 18, 2015

On this West Virginia Morning, we bring you the latest on Senate Bill 6 which aims to cap liability for nursing homes and was up for passage yesterday, as well as an interview with Delegate Ron Walters.

Coming up on West Virginia Morning, we take a look at how some folks in communities dependent on coal jobs are making the transition to new work, The Department of Natural Resources' budget woes, and we’ll have the latest on the protest at the capital over the repeal of prevailing wages.

On this West Virginia Morning, we take a look at how Eagles are maintaining long-term monogamous relationships, and a new type of malware that is causing quite a headache for some folks.

Lawmakers voted to approve several pieces of legislation including the Coal Jobs and Safety Act. Ashton Marra will bring us up to date on this, along with other stories on this West Virginia Morning.

An emotional public hearing was held yesterday morning to discuss Senate Bill 6, dealing with medical professional liability for nursing home administrators. This story and more on this West Virginia Morning.

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