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Yesterday April 29, 2017

Fairmont woman gets a surprise

Marion County woman does what most people thought never, ever happens.

Friday April 28, 2017

Cabell County education board names Saxe as new superintendent

Ryan Saxe currently is the executive director of Curriculum and Professional Learning for the Manatee County School District in Florida.

Driver involved in Interstate 64 wreck dies

Jerrell Simmons, 70, died from brain damage suffered from the April 7 crash.

New homes for Roane flood victims

Families get fresh start.

McKinley on miners health care: “It’s going to happen”

Congressman says budget language will guarantee permanent fix.

Fraternity at WVU not being recognized locally

The interim decision follows an investigation by Tau Kappa Epsilon's international headquarters.

State purchasing director Tincher retires

40-year career in state government comes to a close.

Appeals court halts Clean Power Plan at request of Trump administration

West Virginia elected leaders applaud decision.

Water customers will have opportunity to file additional claims as part of settlement

$151 million available following 2014 MCHM spill and water emergency.

Drug Take Back Day returns with nearly 100 drop off sites in W.Va.

Event will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Next stop grand jury for first defendant in Easter Sunday shooting

Crouse is charged with the murder of 48-year-old Janet Garrett.

Man sentenced for sexual assault in Morgantown parking garage elevator

The former WVU student was shown on surveillance video assaulting a woman who was drunk.

Armed robbery suspects arrested in Morgantown

Men taken into custody within an hour of the reported crime.

Special session date is set, and otherwise uncertainty reigns

House leadership objects to proposal; budget package details still being worked out.

Property owners hold meetings prior to state Supreme Court case

The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals is scheduled to rehear Leggett v. EQT on Tuesday regarding royalty payments from companies.

Thursday April 27, 2017

Details released regarding 2014 Elk River spill settlement

The details of the settlement went public Thursday evening, which includes payments for residential households, businesses and those with medical needs.

Justice signs indoor tanning ban for those under 18

The Legislature approved the bill earlier this month.

WVSU files lawsuit against Dow Chemical for water pollution

University officials say contamination does not create risk to human health on campus.

Man convicted in Berkeley County murder case

James Love found guilty in 2015 death of Hedgesville-area woman.

Justice strikes down ‘Tebow bill’

Measure would have allowed home-schooled and private school students to participate in sports and extracurricular activities in nearby public schools.

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