Two dozen people face federal drug, gun charges for allegedly operating meth distribution ring

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The indictments were announced Wednesday by U.S. Attorney Bill Ihlenfeld. Full Story »

Former student blasts bankrupt ITT: ‘We’ve been robbed’

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Virginia man shares his horror story as a former student of the now defunct ITT Technical Institute Full Story »

Jan. 2 is new goal for modular installations to temporarily replace flooded schools

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The five affected schools are in Nicholas County and Kanawha County. Full Story »

“We haven’t learned from this situation,” former PEIA director says of oxycodone explosion in early 2000s

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Tom Susman talked with STAT for an investigative piece published on Wednesday. Full Story »

Manchin unveils new statewide drug prevention plan

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The company Mallinckrodt has pledged to donate 55,000 drug deactivation pouches to West Virginia. Full Story »

Federal judge rules clerk must accept online voter registrations

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Cabell County Clerk Karen Cole was following up with letters to "complete" registrations. Full Story »

Clay County Schools chooses new interim superintendent

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Joe Paxton, the current assistant superintendent, will start the new job in January. Full Story »

Appy Power adopts new emergency command structure

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Incident Command and Control will give a more rapid and streamlined flow of information from top company officials to linemen in the field during major outages Full Story »

Man charged with murder in fatal heroin overdose investigation

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Police believe the man sold drugs to the woman just prior to her death. Full Story »

West Virginians ready to vote as early voting begins

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Election described as important for future of nation, state. Full Story »

A little help goes a long way in restoring Richwood gymnasium

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"It was a mess," Mamone said. "I mean, picture it. The Cherry River is right behind us. It came through here." Full Story »

Former con artist gives advice on how to stay away from identity thieves

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AARP Fraud Watch Network Ambassador Frank Abagnale speaks to groups in Charleston. Full Story »

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