Mylan announces $465 million settlement over whether EpiPen qualifies as generic

'Bringing closure to this matter is the right course of action,' says CEO Bresch. Full Story »



Good help is hard to find down on the farm

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Head of the American Farm Bureau, during a visit to the State Fair of West Virginia, says the lack of labor is the top problem facing American growers today. Full Story »

Trial rescheduled in Charleston murder case

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William Pulliam will go on trial Dec. 11 following the shooting death of 15 year old James Means. Full Story »

Governor Justice, under the weather, explains cancellation of appearances

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. —¬†Gov. Jim Justice says illness is the reason he’s had to cancel several planned appearances this week, including the introduction of his new... Full Story »

26 people in Fayette County sought following drug investigations

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The 26 warrants come after several weeks of investigation into drug trafficking crimes. Full Story »

Man dead after unusual behavior around traffic

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Officers saw the man, 43-year-old Jeremy Bennett, of Muddlety, in traffic, causing drivers to swerve around him. Full Story »

Senator Manchin named in $14 million hotel lawsuit, but aides say he’s not an investor

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Manchin and Puccio agree they're invested in AA Property. But they say AA Property isn't an investor in hotel company. Full Story »

Randolph County teacher faces felony charges

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Albert Chewning, 37, is a shop teacher at Randolph Technical Center who allegedly contacted several students through Snapchat. Full Story »

Marshall team to play role in NASA live tracking of Monday’s eclipse across U.S.

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One of 55 teams nationwide, team members will be launching a helium-filled balloon in southern Illinois to provide more than two minutes of NASA's live eclipse coverage. Full Story »

2018 Teacher of the Year finalists announced

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The Teacher of the Year will be named Sept. 18 during a ceremony at the Clay Center in Charleston. Full Story »

Medical cannabis board gets to work on new law

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Board to develop plan to implement West Virginia Medial Cannabis Act. Full Story »

Monroe County sheriff to leave office next month

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Monroe County Sheriff Sean Crosier cited family obligations in a letter to the Monroe County Commission. Full Story »

West Virginia and the solar eclipse

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National Weather Services releases guide for Monday's much-anticipated event. Full Story »

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