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Today April 29, 2016

UHC uses the Force at 6th annual cancer walk

The "Walk with the Force and Combat Cancer" event helped raise money for the American Cancer Society and Wings of Hope

New Boy Scouts center to open in Charleston next week

The H. Bernard Wehrle, Sr. Scout Leadership Service Center is scheduled to open this Wednesday.

Fallen workers remembered at memorial service

15 workers died in workplace incidents last year.

Cruz campaign starting West Virginia convention delegate work at grassroots level

Ken Cuccinelli with the campaign said Cruz supporters could see a list of delegates to vote for ahead of May 10 election.

Tomblin spokesman says compromise is a two-way street

Chris Stadelman says new revenue from tax increases needed to stabilize state's financial situation.

Central Taylor County takes hard hit from hail

Friday was a cleanup day for many.

Hampshire teacher charged with sexual abuse

Crimes allegedly involved a 14-year-old student.

Hail damage widespread in Taylor County

Storm roared through Grafton with near baseball sized hail stones

On the Campaign Trail: Justice wants to use vision to help state

Greenbrier owner says he's a good listener.

Yesterday April 28, 2016

WVSU votes on new president, contract negotiation needed

The chair of the West Virginia State University Board of Governors will need to negotiate a contract for the new president of the university before announcing the person's name.

2nd Annual Hubapalooza helps communities “steal” ideas for better future

Director Kent Spellman said these conferences are important because communities in West Virginia may face similar sets of problems

Fairmont doctor accused of trading pills for sex

The 65-year-old man was taken into custody Thursday following an investigation that dates back to 2011.

Steelworkers reach agreement with ArcelorMittal

Union leadership believes enough common ground has been found for a sound contract each side can accept.

West Virginia encouraging more motorcycle tourism

"They're buying everything, and motorcycle riders have a great philosophy--which I love--to buy local."

Senate finance chair says $150 million in budget cuts may be needed

Sen. Mike Hall a guest Thursday on MetroNews "Talkline."

Two dead in early morning robbery in Princeton

Suspect takes his own life after fatally wounding clerk at Mercer County convenience store.

Kessler, Goodwin respond to Justice’s ‘two peas in a pod’ ad

Justice campaign says he's listening to concerns of West Virginians.

Education, public health organizations & others join calls for $1 cigarette tax hike

Their argument is that higher tobacco taxes would benefit West Virginia's fiscal and physical health.

Drug take-back events return to W.Va. Saturday

Residents can drop off any unwanted, expired or unused medications to locations statewide from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

WVSU presidential finalist withdraws from candidacy day after campus visit

Dr. Roslyn Clark-Artis, a 1991 WVSU graduate and the president of Florida Memorial University in Miami Gardens, Florida, announced she will stay at FMU instead.

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