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Sunday February 10, 2019

Dominion Energy’s Atlantic Coast Pipeline delayed until 2021

The company now expects the project cost to be between $7 billion and $7.5 billion.

Wheeling chief selected to drug enforcement board

Appalachia HIDTA area includes 90 counties in four states.

Concord excited to begin varsity eSports program

Concord will be the first public university or college in the state to have eSports.

Thursday February 7, 2019

Capito believes congressional conference committee will strike deal before deadline

The deadline to avoid another partial government shutdown is February 15.

Wednesday February 6, 2019

Cahill proud of WVSP troopers’ dedication at promotion ceremony

Ceremony took place at the South Charleston headquarters.

Tuesday February 5, 2019

Alzheimer’s Association leader hopes day in the Senate can spark more discussion

Tuesday was Alzheimer's Awareness Day in the state Senate.

Monday February 4, 2019

New commander of the West Virginia Air National Guard has high hopes

Walker become the first African-American commander in the Guard's history.

Sunday February 3, 2019

Marshall the first location in U.S. to be introduced to FunEBall game

The game is a mix between volleyball and dodgeball.

Saturday February 2, 2019

Bill introduced in state Senate would give more exemptions to immunizations

The bill is currently pending in the Health and Human Resources Committee.

Friday February 1, 2019

Three-alarm fire at Ziegenfelder’s in Wheeling ruled accidental

Wheeling Fire Department spokesperson said the investigation is ongoing.

Thursday January 31, 2019

Significant damage to longtime Wheeling company after 3-alarm fire

The fire took several hours to get under control.

Town hall meetings in Parkersburg let citizens voice concerns, questions about Hepatitis A

The Mid-Ohio Valley Health Department encourages vaccination for best prevention.

Wednesday January 30, 2019

Kanawha County Board of Education passes resolution opposing education bill

The board strongly opposed the idea of charter schools in the bill.

Tuesday January 29, 2019

Justice, Raney believe the state of coal is in good shape

Gov. Justice spoke at the 2019 West Virginia Mining Symposium on Tuesday.

Monday January 28, 2019

Jury asks questions, deliberation heads to third day in Charleston murder case

The incident occurred in April of 2017.

West Virginia braces for plummet in temps, precipitation this week

Wind chills midweek will be well below zero.

Sunday January 27, 2019

Talk of developing Appalachian storage hub for natural gas continues

IOGAWV President calls the hub a reality.

Saturday January 26, 2019

Kanawha County Schools waiting on parts from overseas before reopening Sissonville HS

The school has been closed since Tuesday.

Thursday January 24, 2019

Accused murderer takes stand in own defense during Charleston murder trial

Closing arguments are set for Friday morning.

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