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Today May 24, 2017

West Virginia Health Right unveils new mobile dental clinic

Clinic to serve low-income residents in McDowell, Logan, Boone, Clay, Roane and Harrison counties.

Senate approves its tax plan — again

All Republicans except Senator Randy Smith vote for the bill.

Former MU coach Randle remembered as being tough but fair

Former MU coach died Wednesday in Harrisonburg, Va.

Putnam County farmers to be featured in Father’s Day documentary

Carhartt apparel selects West Virginia farm family to be featured for four generations of continuing a family run business.

Wesleyan softball prepares for national tournament

Fourth-seeded Wesleyan will begin their march towards a national championship Thursday.

Mobile Vietnam Memorial Wall greets Run for the Wall in Nitro

More than 700 West Virginians died in Vietnam War.

Barbour County explosion kills 2, injuries 1

Explosion came as workers prepared to clean a storage tank at Midland Resources worksite

Missing Calhoun County boy safely returns home

Sheriff Starcher said Edwards is in good condition.

Morgantown man found in Mexico

David Thompson, 23, was reported missing on May 5.

Yesterday May 23, 2017

Kanawha County Commission agrees to move forward with multi-sports complex

The plan would involve reconfiguring Shawnee Park in Dunbar to host local and regional sports tournaments.

Capito chairs Senate hearing on air quality and ozone

U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va, discussed legislation aimed at allowing parties more time to prepare for new air quality standards.

UPDATE: I-79 reopened following logging truck accident

The incident happened around 6:30 p.m. near mile-marker 9.

West Virginia to receive $200,000 in Target settlement

State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced the settlement Tuesday.

School year to end in Kanawha County after flood

The county has faced major challenges this year after June flood waters destroyed two school buildings.

Update: Turnpike reopens in Fayette County

Semi crashes hauling batteries and spills load onto highway, traffic being detoured from Beckley to Sutton on US Route 19 for several more hours.

Murder of Beckley pastor ends in guilty plea

Prosecutor says Camille Browne's crimes were "incomprehensible cruel acts."

Kanawha BOE hires architects, engineers to design new schools for flooded-Hoover, Clendenin

New schools will be built for Herbert Hoover High and Clendenin Elementary.

Wheeling-Charleston Diocese pays off Wheeling-Jesuit’s long-term debt

WJU now plans to move ahead with new strategy.

Senate’s tax reform bill passes committee hurdle

Bill raises revenue for the coming fiscal year but shows deficits in the years after that.

Mennonite flood volunteers to leave Greenbrier County Wednesday

Mennonite Disaster Service built nearly three dozen homes in the county since the June 2016 flood.

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