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Today July 23, 2014

Saints receive big welcome in Greenbrier County

Members of the New Orleans NFL team are beginning training camp at The Greenbrier Resort this week.

EPA’s McCarthy to Senate committee–coal still key

Regulator testifies before U.S. Senate committee.

Loan to help pay for new Boone Memorial Hospital

Construction work could start next month.

Parents who allegedly starved son may have violated WIC rules

WIC products cannot be exchanged for money.

Charleston police don’t disagree with decision on shooting case

Mark Bramble found not "criminally responsible."

Ashton Place Kroger cuts the ribbon on a renovated store

Customers can enjoy more space and new departments

Charleston mayor slinging mud over canceled event

Attorney General's office urges Mud Runners to file a consumer complaint.

Overturned truck hauling asphalt causes traffic backup on Route 50

The truck tried to avoid hitting other vehicles after a driver attempted to make an illegal turn ahead

Back to square one for Kanawha County Commission

State tax commissioner won't get involved in efforts to remove Prosecutor Mark Plants from office.

Feds agree to take further look at MCHM impact

Lab studies to take place along with discussion on medical monitoring.

State Democratic party chair says all candidates must comply with the law

Larry Puccio is defending legal challenges for the House candidacies of two Republicans.

No refunds for Dirty Girls

Brand owner says it's following policy.

Tanker crashes in Pocahontas County

One hospitalized and environmental crews monitor some fuel which spilled into Greenbrier River.

Our Children, Our Future Campaign holding regional meetings across the state

The workshops help the community get involved in state policy on a local level

Yesterday July 22, 2014

Key piece of evidence leads to arrests in Wetzel County triple homicide

Investigators said DNA evidence found in suspect Natasha Burns' car lead to issuance of the arrest warrants

Felony charges dismissed against Charleston attorney

Mark Bramble found to be not criminally responsible.

Truck falls on top of Fayette County man

Investigators calling it an accidental death.

Dirty Girl Mud Run not happening

Contracts could not be fulfilled.

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