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Today October 20, 2014

Man sentenced in connection with cop shooting

Nickey Don Smith shot Glasgow police officer.

Delegate wanted blood test not breath test

Doug Skaff says he should have had a designated driver.

Harrison County man enters guilty plea to involvement in infant son’s death

Clovis McCoy is scheduled to be sentenced on December 8

Kanawha Forest Coalition seeking more support

Lunchtime discussions aimed at educating public about mining just outside the forest

Sugar Grove base could provide much needed prison beds

Pendleton County facility could be transferred to the state DOC.

Social media being used to identify those who did damage on Morgantown’s streets

WVU is promising to move quickly to expel any students involved in the riots that followed the Baylor win.

Probable cause hearing delayed for Harrison County Magistrate

Magistrate Mark Gorby will now appear before Special Magistrate Kim Blair on October 29

Safety chief: Drug, alcohol problems plague mining industry

State mine safety director tells lawmakers hundreds have lost certification.

WV teachers tackle the future

WV Education Summit brings teachers and business together.

Three-car accident on I-79 sends multiple people to hospital

The collision happened near the Weston/Buckhannon exit

Ebola preps continue in West Virginia; No new cases have been diagnosed in U.S.

Officials at WVU Hospitals said, if anything, they've overprepared.

Taylor County accident claims life

Unattended vehicle hits pedestrian.

Two dead in burned out car in McDowell County

Fire marshals and troopers investigating.

Crowds create fire, mayhem after WVU’s win

Police use tear gas and chemical munitions to disperse large groups.

Did two Marion County teachers go too far with team-building exercise?

They were suspended for a day after two students fell and were injured.

Tamarack director settles in to new job

Jim Browder previously worked in Lexington, Kentucky.

Turnpike to replace aging maintenance facility

New state of the art operations facility near Beckley to take two years to complete

Summit from Education Alliance set for Monday

Business, education and community leaders will attend.

Senate President questions gas rate increases

Sen. Jeff Kessler said rate hikes for gas seem unusual in a state where natural gas is booming.

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