West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice Addresses Public Questions On Income Tax Cut PlanWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has held an online discussion to promote his proposal to eliminate the state income tax.
Jim Justice Inaugurated To Second Term As West Virginia GovernorRepublican West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice was sworn in to a second and final term Friday.
West Virginia Governor: Be ‘Super Careful’ With COVID-19West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice on Wednesday urged caution during holiday celebrations amid record-breaking coronavirus cases and deaths.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice Doesn't Acknowledge Joe Biden As Election WinnerWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice on Wednesday refused to acknowledge that Joe Biden won the presidential election.
Ruling Favors West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice In Lawsuit Over Monongalia County Bar ClosuresA federal judge has ruled in favor of West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice in a lawsuit over his decision to close bars in student-heavy Monongalia due the coronavirus pandemic.
W. Va Seeks More Than $700 Million In Federal Funding For Broadband InvestmentsWest Virginia Governor Jim Justice signed an executive order to ensure the state can access $766 million in funding to expand broadband access.
West Virginia's Color Map For Schools Reopening Being Adjusted To Include Community Spread ConcernsA recently released color-coding system for West Virginia public schools to stay open during the coronavirus pandemic is being tweaked to focus more on community spread, Gov. Jim Justice said Monday.
Pence Visits West Virginia Governor, Congratulates State's Response To CoronavirusVice President Mike Pence visited West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice to congratulate the governor on his response to the coronavirus.
W. Va Governor Jim Justice Announces In-State Coronavirus Testing AvailableAlthough there have been no positive cases of COVID-19, a state lab in West Virginia can now test for coronavirus.
Trump Ups Federal Share Of West Virginia 2016 Flood RecoveryPresident Donald Trump has increased the federal share of costs to help West Virginia recover from floods that ravaged the state in June 2016.
West Virginia Gets $131M In FEMA Funds For Flooded SchoolsGov. Jim Justice’s office announced on Friday that West Virginia will receive more than $131 million (118 million euros) to replace schools in Nicholas County that were destroyed by flooding in 2016.