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Monday December 9, 2019

CAMC Women and Children’s receives NICU equipment after nomination in program

The hospital is getting seven mamaROOs.

Carmichael says controversial photo a “teachable moment”

Senate president says everyone involved should lose their jobs.

Kanawha BOE approves Lewis County company bid for Herbert Hoover work

Doss Enterprises' bid was $6.5 million less than the second lowest.

W.Va. health care deal chugged along for months before sudden termination

Insurance commissioner says result could help heal rift with CAMC.

WVU law school student explains $100,000 win

Tyler Gordon will pay student loan debt with Dr. Pepper context winnings.

Monongalia County residents trek to Canada for low-cost insulin

The trip was organized by West Virginia Insulin For All.

Sunday December 8, 2019

Shepherd holds the line of tuition and fee hikes

School officials say after evaluation they believe keeping tuition at its current level will help students stay in school or decide to go.

Open enrollment numbers continue declining as period’s end approaches

Around 6,000 West Virginians have purchased health insurance coverage during the open enrollment period so far.

Manchin continues challenge to FCC data on internet, cellphones

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said last week the 5G Fund will replace the planned Mobility Fund Phase II.

Saturday December 7, 2019

Three-peat: Wheeling Central downs Doddridge County to stay on top in Class A

Rine throws four touchdowns in 38-21 victory.

WVU professor set to be inducted into National Academy of Inventors

Greg Thompson is an associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.

No bull, just Dogs: Martinsburg tops Cabell Midland for 4th straight title

Bulldogs claim 56th straight win and eighth title in last 10 years.

Efforts continue in Monongalia County to give families homes for the holidays

According to Monongalia County Commission President Tom Bloom, interviews of potential families are moving forward.

Friday 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.

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