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Monday March 30, 2015

Dozens of Special Metals workers without jobs

The number of layoffs have not been confirmed.

Bayer shifts from owner to tenant at Kanawha County industrial park

Company to become tenant instead of owner.

Lineup announced for FestivALL Charleston

The 10 day summer festival is scheduled for June 19-28.

Our Children, Our Future Campaign preps for next legislative session

Those with the coalition are applauding several moves from the Legislature this year as work begins on new priorities.

Volunteer group is ready to respond to disasters

West Virginia Disaster Corps is trained and ready to respond to any kind of disaster when volunteers are in short supply

Environmental group raises concerns about river drilling

OVEC worries about numerous potential maladies of fracking beneath the Ohio River

Jacobs remembers Hundley before he became ‘Hot Rod’

Hundley, a WVU standout and longtime NBA broadcaster, died last week at the age of 80.

Man charged with murder, malicious wounding for Lincoln County shootings

A Branchland woman was killed while a Branchland man was wounded.

Hancock County smoking ban still a go for July 1

State lawmakers opt not to support measures to exempt casino.

Man fatally hit by a car in Cabell County

The victim'a name has not been released at this time.

One man dead after one vehicle accident in Ohio County

The crash is still under investigation.

Police make arrest in Lincoln County deadly shooting

2 shot; 1 dead in Monday morning incident.

New interim schedule to take effect in W.Va. Legislature

Instead of the usual three-day meetings per month, they will hold four two-day sessions this year.

Higher education chancellor excited about debate bid

Dr. Paul Hill excited about possibility.

Another historic drive-in facing closure

Costly upgrades for digital technology puts 65-year-old Calhoun County landmark in peril.

Sunday March 29, 2015

State police plan to fill gaps as Nicholas County cuts deputies

Adjustments will be made to cover sheriff's department budget cuts.

Still no deal on Iran nuclear program as deadline nears

U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) signed onto open letter to Iran's government.

Saturday March 28, 2015

State police shoot armed man after standoff

KEYSER, W.Va. — West Virginia state police shot and killed an armed man overnight after a 90-minute standoff. Police identified the victim as Harvey E....

Friday March 27, 2015

Hot Rod Hundley dies at 80: Legendary scorer, court jester, NBA broadcaster

Hoops legend and Charleston native was an All-American at WVU

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