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Yesterday December 6, 2019

Winkie’s record-setting effort leads Bridgeport over Bluefield in Class AA final

Indians secure 10th state championship with 21-14 win.

W.Va. governor on ‘Nazi salute’ photo: ‘It’s disgraceful’

Three firings confirmed and many more expected.

“He was all heart”… Bluefield takes the field in honor of Tony Webster, Jr.

Tony Webster, Jr. will be on the minds of the Bluefield Beavers as they play for the state championship.

Report on W.Va. Corrections ‘Nazi salute’ photo is near complete and firings underway

But Secretary Sandy says he can't yet tell the public the circumstances behind the photo.

Wheeling officials, businesses excited for another Super Six

Wheeling expects to have an economic boost of around $500,000.

Virginia woman convicted in Mercer County murder

The victim was decapitated at a home in Lerona.

Thursday December 5, 2019

Manchin waiting for all facts in impeachment inquiry

U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., said it's important for him to collect all facts related to the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

Latest subpar month puts West Virginia budget $40 million down

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia general revenue collections were $7 million under estimate for the most recent month, continuing a flat financial trend. The state...

PEIA board approves plan with no increased out-of-pocket costs or benefit reductions

Director Cheatham leaves open possibility of using money from new PEIA Rainy Day Fund.

CAMC is now back with The Health Plan after near breakup over WVU Medicine

"This renewal ensures all persons insured through The Health Plan will have no gaps in coverage at CAMC facilities," The Health Plan stated.

Caputo claims legislative immunity in misdemeanor battery case involving doorkeeper

Pretrial hearing is postponed so magistrate and prosecutors can brush up on immunity provision.

Marshall County father accused of killing young son

Investigators say the boy, age three months, died a violent death.

Wednesday December 4, 2019

PEIA Finance Board votes Thursday on next fiscal year’s insurance plan

The Public Employees Insurance Agency Finance Board held public hearings throughout November regarding the proposal.

Manchin, Capito back paid leave proposal

Under the Advancing Support for Working Families Act, families would be allowed to receive funds from child tax credits and cover unpaid time off in addition to other expenses.

IRS warns of scams as holiday season begins

The Internal Revenue Service and multiple partners recognize the first week of December as National Tax Security Awareness Week.

Cabell Midland Marching Knights ready to bring the show to the Super Six

The band has won eight straight marching band state titles.

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