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Morgantown woman sentenced in drug trafficking pipeline

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The leader of the operation is scheduled for sentencing Friday. Full Story »

Charleston school pilot project enters new school year with new goals

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The focus is on the Capital City's West Side. Full Story »

Mason County leaders balk at proposal to change women’s prison

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County Commissioner said residents were promised a women's prison when it was created more than 15 years ago and nobody wants male inmates in the county. Full Story »

School year begins for all 55 W.Va. counties

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Marshall County schools were the last to end their summer break Thursday. Full Story »

State PSC releases truck inspection data for recent quarter

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Most inspections conducted during off-hours in high traffic areas. Full Story »

Charges against Wayne County Assessor Hodges bound over to grand jury

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Assessor allegedly ran up over $50,000 on two county credit cards. Full Story »

Hazmat team cleaning up spill after wreck in Monongalia County

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A box truck rolled over leaking oil and diesel fuel into a stream near the Daybrook community. Full Story »

Kanawha County man gets home confinement for pointing rifle at a sheriff’s deputy

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Brandon Weese, 29, previously pleaded guilty to wanton endangerment for the June 2014 incident. Full Story »

Dozens arrested in central West Virginia drug round-up

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Police cover Fayette and Nicholas counties. Full Story & Video »

Car bursts into flames after Huntington police chase

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Car catches fire after hitting spike strip. Full Story »

Citizens group joins coalition threatening lawsuit with EPA over fracking

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Organizations call for more responsible disposal of oil and gas drilling wastes. Full Story »

PBHS hostage incident serves as a wake-up call for security officials

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Kanawha County Schools security officials feel prepared in the event of an emergency. Full Story »

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