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Yesterday October 18, 2017

Manchin announces 2018 campaign staff

Members include longtime adviser Larry Puccio and two former staffers of Gov. Jim Justice.

RJA trainee fired after allegedly sending racist message to Texas Tech football player

Brandon King purportedly sent the message to redshirt freshman wide receiver T.J. Vasher on Oct. 14.

Survey launches on medical marijuana care

The anonymous survey comes nearly six months after Gov. Jim Justice signed the West Virginia Medical Cannabis Act into law.

Man arrested in connection to Boone County death

Allen Lambert was charged with murder in the death of Charles Lester.

Driver charged in fatal April Turnpike accident

Bertram Copeland, of Rockford, Illinois, was charged Wednesday with four counts of negligent homicide and reckless driving.

Golfers at Shawnee Park concerned about project to replace golf course

Golf course will be replaced with a multi sports complex in Dunbar.

Man convicted in deputy’s death denied parole

Putnam County woman keeps pledge to grandmother.

Strangulation case among latest Preston County indictments

Stout is wanted by authorities in Preston County. 

Westover Taco Bell employee arrested in alleged assault of 14-year-old girl

Chad Campbell, 34, of Westover, is facing a 3rd degree sexual assault charge after an alleged sexual encounter with a 14-year-old.

City of Nitro breaks ground on riverfront stabilization project

A groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday at the Nitro City Park.

More resources, education, broader drug scheduling among suggestions offered to stop spread of fentanyl

Federal, state and local officials talked about the issue with 3rd District Congressman Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) during a Wednesday roundtable in the Capital City.

Former Boone County school employees sentenced for embezzlment

Prosecutor says crimes were particularly insulting amid the county school board's layoffs and budget cutting measures with declining revenue.

Justice enjoying recent winning streak

Governor, lawmakers laud work completed in 2-day special session.

FSU Board of Governors to select new president Thursday

The search for a new president at Fairmont State University will come to an end Thursday when the Board of Governors meets and makes their selection.

Attorneys answer myriad of questions about water settlement

With $151 Million available, lawyer in class action suit believes there is plenty to make sure everybody is compensated for damages.

Princeton mayor resigns following DUI accident

The City said in a press release Wednesday that, "In light of recent developments, Mayor Dewey W. Russell tendered his resignation as Mayor of the City of Princeton." 

Marion County home deemed total loss after fire

The fire was reported just before 7:40 a.m. Wednesday. Crews now have the fire under control.

Tobacco, vaping banned in Berkeley County Parks starting 2018

Parks board gets complaints about smokers.

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