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Today January 18, 2019

Charleston police search for carjacking suspect

Woman threatened and car stolen outside Women and Children's Hospital.

Accuweather: Areas surrounding Morgantown in path of winter weather, including possible ‘blizzard-like’ conditions in Preston County

Accuweather's Dave Samuhel said north of Morgantown around I-70 and east towards Preston County and on I-68 could make for difficult travel conditions this weekend.

Bluefield High mourns the death of Tony Webster

Bluefield High School junior Tony Webster died Friday at age 17.

House bill takes care of pets

Delegates make "compassionate" move.

Manchin brings government shutdown discussion to Martinsburg

Sen. Manchin said he wants to work with the Trump administration toward a solution.

Abandoned gas wells are target of W.Va. ‘Orphan Well Prevention Act’

The concern is the 12,000 wells in West Virginia that have stopped producing at all.

Fayette County woman accused of sexually assaulting teen

The alleged incident occurred at the suspect's home.

All 55 counties will feel brunt of weekend winter storm

Weekend will end with coldest temperatures of the season.

Monthly Harrison County Mountaineer Food Bank distribution opens to furloughed employees

Mountaineer Food Bank hosts a distribution for veterans and seniors on the third Friday of each month.

New W.Va. Senator Hardesty, former lobbyist for Justice’s Greenbrier, is sworn in

Hardesty replaces Ojeda, who resigned to run for U.S. president.

New information in bizarre St. Albans murder

Police find suspect naked, victim dead and a witness who claims she simulated a sex act on the unconscious victim

Car crash claims life in Boone County

Deadly wreck happened Friday morning.

Charleston, Romney to see events for Saturday’s Women’s March

The event, which coincides with similar marches in Washington, D.C. and across the U.S., is now in its 3rd year.

Capito remains on GOP whip team

U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., has been part of the whip team since January 2015.

Yesterday January 17, 2019

Justice chooses lobbyist with ties to governor to fill Ojeda seat

Paul Hardesty will replace Richard Ojeda in the Senate on Friday.

Senate Bill 1, community college bill, comes under question

Prezioso wonders if grants should be extended to regional colleges with associates degrees.

PSC chair expresses concern to lawmakers about utilities surcharge process

Mike Albert says natural gas utilities making lots of construction requests.

House begins considering bill changing W.Va. foster care

Managed care aspect of proposal draws questions from delegates.

Conservative advocacy group supports criminal justice reform efforts

Americans for Prosperity has been a frequent critic of mandatory minimum sentences.

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