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Today September 20, 2019

Pastor says Alex Miller left a large legacy on his community

The pastor who will preach Saturday's funeral of late Roane County football player says there is comfort in knowing he was a champion in all aspects of his life.

Teen indicted on murder charges in fatal Wood County fire

The fire claimed the lives of two people in May.

Fayette County mining operation shut down; owner says it’s temporary

The site was acquired by Murray Energy in April.

Claim against VA: Families should have been warned about prior deaths

Shaw family says it should have been allowed an informed decision about whether hospital was safe.

Ohio County magistrate resigns a month after taking position

It was discovered she never finished high school.

Yesterday September 19, 2019

US House passes resolution to keep government open

The U.S. House of Representatives voted 301-123 on the continuing resolution.

Clarksburg welcomes 7 new police officers

The police department grew to 40 officers with Thursday's ceremony.

Harrison-Clarksburg Health Department ends harm reduction program

The Harrison-Clarksburg Health Department has voted to close its harm reduction program.

No cost increases are being proposed for next year for West Virginians insured through PEIA

The plan remains stable as it is set to be reviewed by the public for coming fiscal year.

Eastern Panhandle delegates taking counts, talking with commuters as threat of MARC rail cuts loom

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — You could call it a “boots on the ground” approach to clarifying numbers and listening to the concerns of Eastern Panhandle commuters....

W.Va. unemployment rate hits lowest in a decade, but still behind national average

Justice credits administration's work for economic performance.

Morrisey sues Johnson & Johnson over surgical mesh marketing

Morrisey says the company took away the doctor's abilities.

Another victim is named in suspicious deaths at Clarksburg VA

Autopsy concludes death is suspicious, identifies four insulin injection points.

Wednesday September 18, 2019

A week after announced closure, Justice-owned Pinnacle plant announces reopening

A dozen employees were laid off; operators say most may come back.

Marshall journalism school to honor 5 graduates with induction into Hall of Fame

Chris Dickerson, Janet Dooley, Rick Haye, Keith Morehouse and Sandy Wells are this year's inductees.

Monongalia County officials consider rules for subdivisions

The policies will be designed to guarantee safe and adequate streets, utilities, and drainage.

25 Fairmont hospital employees laid off

Employees of the Fairmont Regional Medical Center learned Wednesday they were laid off from the facility.

Yeager Airport ‘flips the switch’ on new solar panels

The project has an estimated cost savings of over $50,000 per year.

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