Mercer County man charged for child’s death waives preliminary hearing

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John Powers, 46, of Green Valley, faces charges of second-degree murder and child abuse resulting in death. Full Story »

Marshall feeling loss of the likable Oliver

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President Jerome Gilbert considered the Young Thundering Herd quarterback a great friend. Full Story »

Speaker Armstead is among candidates for temporary appointment to Supreme Court

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. —┬áHouse Speaker Tim Armstead is among the names listed as possibilities to temporarily fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by Menis Ketchum. The... Full Story »

Philanthropy group to hear from state education leaders Thursday in Bridgeport

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Fact-finding and goal setting planned. Full Story »

Jenkins will run for Davis seat

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Congressman says confidence needs to be restored in High Court. Full Story »

Unemployment rate rises to 5.4 percent in July

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The national unemployment rate declined in July to 3.9 percent. Full Story »

Mon Commission rejects citizens-proposed levy

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Our existing parks have needs." Full Story »

Century-old quilt stolen from the Mannington Fair

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The quilt was taken between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Full Story »

Clay County football field cleared for play

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Patch work to repair flood damage will keep the field playable for 2018, but school officials say major renovations are in the works after the season. Full Story »

Beckley mayor addresses recent crime concerning residents

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"It bothers me," said Beckley Mayor Rob Rappold. Full Story »

Bone fragments unearthed at Fayette County construction site

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Police say the process to investigate the bones is "usually not a quick one". Full Story »

Crews treat for mold at 11 Kanawha County schools

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Kanawha County Schools officials said Tuesday they are confident classrooms will be ready by the start of the academic year next week. Full Story »

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