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Today February 1, 2015

House Education chair makes case for public charter schools

Del. Amanda Pasdon (R-Monongalia, 51) said West Virginia's school leaders need another option.

Coal operator predicts current struggles will continue

Coal River Energy one of several companies to furlough workers in past year.

Super (slushy) Sunday as snow, rain head through West Virginia

Most significant snow predicted for northern panhandle.

Excess levy renewed in Hurricane

Vote took place Saturday.

Post office damaged in McDowell County fire

No word on what started blaze in Maybeury.

Yesterday January 31, 2015

3 men try to rob stores in Kanawha, Jackson counties

Suspects pull guns.

Teenager killed in Fayette County crash

Sheriff says 15-year-old passenger died after driver, 17, sped away from an Oak Hill police officer.

Friday January 30, 2015

DEP secretary feels time crunch on state’s EPA Clean Power rule response

Randy Huffman expresses concern about legislature possibly getting involved.

South Charleston’s Grier presented with MetroNews Football Player of the Year trophy

South Charleston QB Kentre Grier on Friday night was presented with the 2014 MetroNews High School Football Player of the Year trophy.

Alpha announces layoffs in southern coalfields

Operations in Logan and Mingo counties impacted.

Martinsburg man convicted of murdering wife

Rickie Greenfield, Jr. killed his wife with a hammer.

New circuit judge appointed for Randolph County

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin chooses Elkins attorney.

WVSSAC executive director Gary Ray retiring in January 2016

WVSSAC executive director Gary Ray will retire officially on January 29th of 2016.

AG pushes outside counsel bill at State House

He says the hiring of outside counsel in his office and others should be done through a competitive bidding process.

Attorney for Parkersburg mayor addresses controversy about alleged affair

Harry Deitzler says Mayor Bob Newell should not "waste his time responding to garbage."

More snow coming to West Virginia Sunday

Storm's possible track has meteorologists cautious to predict storm totals.

Harrison County Commission names interim prosecuting attorney

Susan Morris will fill the role until a long-term replacement is named

Thursday January 29, 2015

Murder conviction in death of WVU freshman

Robert Hernandez found guilty in stabbing of Fairmont native Devante' Waites.

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