Public Service Commission Requests Review Of New Federal Energy Policy

The Public Service Commission of West Virginia asked federal administrators Wednesday to reconsider a recent decision that granted regional authorities more control over local energy infrastructure.

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Ravenswood Titanium Project Fuses Manufacturing, Solar Power

A company called Timet will make titanium parts for use in the aerospace industry. And it will be powered by solar panels, across state highway 2.

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The CPS Process And A New Plant Powered By Solar On This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, two companies are working side by side to build a new titanium plant in Jackson County, powered by solar. Also, even in ideal circumstances, the removal of a child from their home by CPS is always traumatic. We talk with community advocates about the process and resources available.

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Manchin Drops Democratic Party And Patient Sues Hospital For Abuse, This West Virginia Week

On this West Virginia Week, longtime Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin has officially changed political affiliations, registering as an independent on Friday. We’ll look into his decision, plus the sudden departure of the watchdog for West Virginia’s foster care system and a lawsuit filed against a state hospital over allegations of physical abuse.

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