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August 14, 2014

Grocery store clerk shot in Charleston robbery

Officers looking for two men.

Miracle Meadows School employee arrested on charges of choking child

Timothy Arrington allegedly choked a resident child to the point of unconsciousness

Man killed in ATV crash

Body found Thursday evening.

Parkersburg police charge 3 after meth lab fire

Outbuilding destroyed in Thursday blaze.

Practice report: Patience paying off for Glowinski, Calicchio

Holgorsen plans redshirt season for juco transfer, wishes kickers weren't goof balls.

Shining light on the hunger issue

Appalachian Power and Mountaineer Food Bank join voices to help residents save money on power and food.

Capito, Tennant, others to debate in October

Congresswoman says all four candidates should take part.

Murder scene getaway car driver sentenced

Naquil Sayles sentenced to up to 10 years in prison.

Reaves learning inside out

Deandre Reaves has moved from inside receiver to outside this week, bringing more competition to the position.

The Stampede with Dave Wilson, Aug. 14

Dave explains why Marshall is once again nationally relevant.

Couple sentenced for 2011 infant death

Christopher with serve 15 years in jail, Julia Mick will serve 3-15 years in jail and both will be under post-release supervision

Nominations open for 2014 AARP Scholar Athletes

Weekly statewide honor to will be announced on MetroNews GameNight.

WATCH: Dana Holgorsen’s final media update of preseason camp

With three days remaining in camp, West Virginia's coach sounds satisfied with what his team has accomplished.

Accused in 1999 Lewis County murder pleads not guilty, trial date set

Charles Freeman will go to trial in October

West Virginia finalizes its men’s basketball schedule

Big 12 once again accommodates the Mountaineers' travel requests with early January road trip and fewer road games on weeknights.

Saints call Greenbrier camp a success

NFL team completes first of three-year deal.

Man hired to kill in Upshur County sentenced to life in prison

Jessie Lee Heater will spend life in prison on first degree murder charges as well as 1-5 years each for three other charges

U.S. drug czar visits Huntington

Michael Botticelli saw one of the areas Huntington officials are now targeting in the fight against drugs.

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