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Today November 13, 2018

Youth summit on opioid awareness brings thousands of West Virginia students to Capital City

Together, those with the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration organized the event at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center.

With Kanawha vote mystery solved, close races appear unchanged

1,700 votes were affected by discrepancy; Lindsay in Senate and Estep-Burton in House appear to hold on to leads.

MetroNews high school football ‘Top Plays’ for Week 12

All the best plays from around West Virginia in the opening round of the high school football playoffs.

Family creates scholarship to honor late WVU student Leah Berhanu

β€œShe appreciated people who tried to pave the way and be good role models and she wanted to be that for others, too.”

Yesterday November 12, 2018

Video gamers excited for “Fallout 76” release Tuesday night

The game is based in West Virginia.

Anderson leaves WVU for NETL

Anderson, a key player in the China Energy deal, leaves WVU to take over as head of NETL.

Now-former Jefferson County Development Auth. member speaks out following 12 resignations

"I received hate mail. Other members did too, people who didn't even speak out."

WV Senate president: A series of blunders led to FEMA sanctions

Lawmakers learned about the heightened federal oversight this week, even though the penalties began in 2015.

Logan police warning residents of fake money showing up at local businesses

The fake currency was used at two area businesses.

Owner of Morgantown business, destroyed by fire Sunday, will re-open in different location this week

Making sure his Morgantown employees keep their jobs and continuing to grow the business is important to him, LaCarte said.

Gee: Chambers donation about much more than a building or name

Gee cited Chambers contribution to WVU and Brad Smith's recent contribution to Marshall as big reasons to try and keep the talent local.

Ojeda makes his presidential run official with D.C. announcement

Ojeda made announcement on Facebook in front of the Vietnam Wall.

Should state execs have final say on lawsuit settlements?

Secretary of State Mac Warner has objected to $1 million settlement with 4 fired employees.

Agency over healthcare for poor already adjusting to WV abortion amendment

The West Virginia Bureau for Medical Services has already issued a public notice, providing some details about how it will oversee the change.

Consultant: Republican, Democrats starting to reflect national trends

The parties, according to Greg Thomas, are more of a contest between rural and urban voters

Sunday November 11, 2018

Ojeda β€” days after losing congressional bid β€” files for White House run

Sen. Richard Ojeda, D-Logan, lost in his efforts to represent the 3rd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Philanthropy West Virginia preaches “Power of Persistence” at annual conference

The philanthropic leadership association is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

Thomas Health, Saint Francis Hospital introduce BRIDGE device

The device is worn by a patient on its ear to help curb opioid withdrawal symptoms.

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