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Monday April 8, 2019

Annual W.Va. Police K-9 training underway in Kanawha County

Nearly 100 dogs will be trained this week.

Sunday April 7, 2019

Appalachian Power files program requests to PSC that includes economic fund

The fund includes a flat rate increase of 12 cents per month.

Friday April 5, 2019

Ideas on solving nursing workforce issues in W.Va. discussed at summit

This was the second annual West Virginia Nursing Workforce Summit.

Thursday April 4, 2019

Officials excited for opportunities following Northrop Grumman announcement

The company is expanding its Rocket Center plant in Mineral County by up to 500 jobs.

Stuart says task force to fight child exploitation seeing results as cases rise

FBI officials said complaints on these cases in W.Va. doubled from 2017 to 2018.

Wednesday April 3, 2019

Wheeling brings in consultants for project help as city manager remains suspended

Mayor Glenn Elliott told MetroNews the city is talking with an employment firm on what to do at the position.

Roberts promises miners they will win the pension fight in Congress

The UMWA president was in Charleston on Wednesday talking about their current pensions.

Tuesday April 2, 2019

Cross Lanes boy gets a day in the life of a Charleston Police officer

This was part of the eleventh "Operation Citation."

Emergency officials warn of approaching expiration of 2016 flood insurance

The three-year plans from the 2016 floods will be expiring in September.

Revamped 2-1-1 line launched in W.Va. through the United Way

This is the first statewide collaborative project ever undertaken by all 14 individual United Ways.

Monday April 1, 2019

McConnell ready for next adventure at Colorado State

The WVU provost was named as CSU president last week.

Regional road preservation group meets in Charleston for ideas, discussion

The Southeast Pavement Preservation Partnership was in Charleston.

Saturday March 30, 2019

Exhibit opens in Charleston to honor W.Va. State Police’s 100th anniversary

WVSP was created in March 1919

Thursday March 28, 2019

Wheeling Jesuit making numerous cuts to programs, full-time faculty

The institution making students, faculty and staff aware of the decisions on Thursday.

Justice signs Social Security tax bill as officials declare victory

The three year phase-in will begin next tax season.

Officials want to educate citizens during W.Va. Money Smart Week

A kick off event for the week was held Thursday as week officially gets underway Saturday.

Wednesday March 27, 2019

Yeager Airport board approves new food vendor that will build two restaurants

Better Foods, home of Gino's and Tudor's, had been the vendor for more than 18 years.

Tuesday March 26, 2019

Three bills centered around school safety signed into law by Justice

Gov. Jim Justice has until Wednesday to sign bills into effect.

Programs around W.Va. helping fight opioid issues honored in Charleston

National non-profit Addiction Policy Forum hosted the event; Huntington Mayor Steve Williams spoke.

Sunday March 24, 2019

Halfway around the state: 5th of 8 education forums Monday in Parkersburg

Fred Albert and Dr. Steve Paine shared thoughts on the first four forums on MetroNews 'Talkline.'

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