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Yesterday July 26, 2016

New Nicholas superintendent unveils emergency plan; no decision on flood-damaged schools

Hundreds of concerned citizens turned out to hear--and in many cases meet--Dr. Burge-Tetrick for the first time to talk about the uncertain future

In the wake of teacher salary and benefit cuts, WVEA plans Boone County meeting

Cuts to supplemental pay, as well as vision and dental benefits were made last week by the Boone County School system to avoid a takeover by the WV Dept. of Education.

U.S. GSA accepts high bid in auction for Sugar Grove Station

The GSA accepted the $11.2 million bid and awarded the contract, expecting a closure on the sale of the property within 60 days.

New Orleans Saints to help with flood cleanup Wednesday near The Greenbrier

Before officially beginning their 2016 campaign at The Greenbrier on Thursday, the Saints will help West Virginia in it's time of need.

Alpha emerges from Chapter 11, new CEO optimistic about coal and company’s future

The reorganized company will result in a privately held company operating 18 mines and eight preparation plants in West Virginia and Kentucky.

Business and industry forum discusses jobs, Eastern Panhandle’s future

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — The West Virginia Business and Industry Council and the Eastern Panhandle Business Association teamed up on Tuesday to present the first...

Lincoln County mother charged in 3-year-old boy’s drowning death

State Police say 28-year-old Nicole Hall waited several hours to call 911 after boy went missing. His body was found in the Little Coal River Monday evening.

Racetracks bet on small business comeback following flood

Tracks will only apply for half of what's available in modernization fund; other half to flood recovery efforts.

Charleston Recovery Point delays grand opening

The women's drug treatment facility was scheduled to open in September, but is now being pushed back to October or November.

DOH worker killed by falling tree in Mason County

Second incident involving DOH crew member in the past week.

Flood victims can apply for Disaster SNAP benefits through state DHHR

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Residents impacted by the June flood, who are normally not eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, may now apply for...

Dem delegates predict unity by end of week

DNC continues in Philadelphia.

Victim identified in fatal tractor accident

One man was killed in Monongalia County Monday in the crash.

Intuit chief Brad Smith eager to generate flood relief for W.Va.

"My wife and I have said from day one any and every opportunity we have to give back to those who gave to us, we will."

1 defendant pleads guilty in 2014 Wayne County murder, 2nd awaiting sentencing

The murder victim was stabbed 19 times in his Genoa home. His wife was wounded.

Body of toddler found in Lincoln County stream

Three year old boy apparently drowned in Little Coal River

Temporary public library opens in northern Kanawha County for 1st time since flood

The site is for those who would have utilized the flood-damaged Clendenin Branch and currently inaccessible Elk Valley Branch at Elkview Crossings Mall.

Grand jury to take up Morgan County triple murder

Case against Erick Shute may not be presented to grand jury until January.

Monday July 25, 2016

Kanawha Del. Stansbury holds drug addiction summit in Chesapeake

Stansbury, who had previously hosted summits at the state Capitol Complex, and on Charleston's East End, says there's some unfinished business from the past legislative session on addiction crisis.

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