Jim Justice

Politics
Initially, Jim Justice said people who found the term racist were "absurd." Now he's sorry "if I’ve done anything that has offended them."
U.S. News
Trainees and staffers with a state agency gave the salute in a class photo, saying they were honoring an instructor.
Politics
State officials are investigating who was involved in photo of a recent correctional officer training class.
Politics
One local black leader called former state delegate Jill Upson’s appointment “absolutely absurd.”
Politics
Any state that's been telling teachers to tighten their belts for years has been put on notice.
Politics
Legislators passed a bill giving teachers and state employees a 5 percent raise.
Politics
The state Senate didn't deliver on the pay hikes the governor had laid out.
Politics
Workers across the state continued the strike after a tentative deal floundered. Now their solidarity will be tested.
Opinion
Teachers do what they do for love, but they also do it for money.
Education
Schools in West Virginia will remain closed Thursday, despite a deal between union leaders and the governor.
Education
Teachers will get a 5 percent raise, and state employees will get a 3 percent raise. But there's no clear fix to the employee health care plan.
Politics
The Democratic Governors Association welcomed Justice to the race in a statement Monday. This post has been updated to include
Politics
Jim Justice wants the people of West Virginia to forget their poverty and contaminated water and blown off mountains, to forget that Justice got a $25 million tax break while the legislature struggled to pass a $1.50 increase in the minimum wage.
Environment
An estimated 90 Appalachian Power distribution substations were toppled last week. Since then, residents have attempted to fend off brutal summer temperatures without electricity, along with shortages of food, water and gas.