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Today December 12, 2017

Once on the outs with Justice, Cary is now an insider

Businessman serves as 'citizen volunteer' in Governor's Office.

Yesterday December 11, 2017

Man dies after being hit by dump truck

The collision happened at Graham Trucking on Rogers Street before 7 p.m.

Fershee wants medical marijuana legalized nationally if elected

Kendra Fershee, who announced her candidacy in September, said she would propose legislation to allow the sale of cannabis for medical purposes if elected.

Wellsburg nurse admits to drug distribution work

Sharon Jackson, 46, of Wellsburg, admitted to conspiring with others to illegally distribute drugs used in treating opioid addiction.

Ritchie County plans to issue new school bond after securing SBA funding

Ritchie was one of 22 counties that received grant money from the state School Building Authority Monday.

Higher education chancellor wants more high schools to take up co-requisite model

Chancellor Paul Hill says problems in academic areas need to be identified before college.

U92 strike continues, Matt Fouty replaced with interim GM

Moments before students of U92 held a press conference on the Mountainlair green Monday afternoon, WVU announced that Kim Harrison is assuming the duties of interim general manager of U92, effective immediately.

Businessman Bray Cary’s role in governor’s office draws scrutiny

Cary is on board of directors for gas firm while also taking unpaid position in Governor's office.

DMV commissioner says pay differential is working

Extra pay for Saturday shift stems turnover and improves morale at Division of Motor Vehicles according to Commissioner Pat Reed

Woman shot dead in Huntington

Woman shot early Monday morning and becomes the city of Huntington's 19th murder case of the year.

Former basketball player shares story of drug use

Chris Herren was invited to speak last week at the West Virginia Air National Guard Armory in Millwood.

Parkways workforce study: satisfaction high among employees

Report organizers and the Authority alike were surprised to get such a high response rate, at roughly 75 percent.

Sunday December 10, 2017

Boyes back at Southcentral

Inmate back at the lockup he walked out of Oct. 25.

Richwood’s financial problems are bigger than purchasing card woes

One councilman calls it “massive financial trouble.”

When to lock the church doors

Leaders of West Virginia local churches, with help from state police, taking steps to better secure their places of worship.

Sides split on if tax bill would benefit West Virginia

Party leaders from the Senate and the House of Representatives appointed conferees last week to draft a joint tax bill.

State DHHR panel seeks public comment for opioid response plan

The public comment period runs through Dec. 15.

Two charged after stealing toys from donations box

Bobby Ray Thornton and Brenda Mathena were allegedly caught on camera Friday taking several bags of toys

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