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Yesterday August 21, 2019

Judge is deciding whether to ask Supreme Court if governor’s residency can be compelled

Governor Justice calls focus on his residency 'garbage.'

With a lot of kids using e-cigarettes, advocates are calling for more parent education at start of new school year

In 2018, more than 20 percent of high school students were using e-cigarettes, according to the National Youth Tobacco Survey.

Weld’s hope becomes reality with relaunch of military court program

A formal announcement will come Wednesday afternoon in Brooke County.

Secretary of State, GOP chairwoman sued over county chairman’s removal

Rob Cornelius files suit in Kanawha Circuit Court.

Tuesday August 20, 2019

Harrison County firm disappointed in bidding for secondary road work

“It shows impropriety and it shows favoritism,” said Abby Childs, owner of Inca Roads, of the decision.

Lawsuit accusing Bransfield of sexual misconduct settled

The civil suit was filed in Ohio County Circuit Court in May.

Wheeling council approves user fee

The user fee will go toward a proposed public safety building and infrastructure projects throughout the city.

Economic development the focus of meetings between Capito, ARC leadership

Co-chair of the Appalachian Regional Commission visited three cities in the state Tuesday.

Cabell detectives discover new information that could help in search for hit-and-run driver

Hurricane woman struck and killed on U.S. Route 60 last week.

Huntington’s Tri-State Airport receives financial commitment for needed fixes

Dam and pond near runway safety overrun are in need of repair.

Gee: Freshmen class most academically accomplished

WVU president says average GPA is 3.75.

Greenbrier County police chief reinstated following assault investigation

Ronceverte Chief JR Byer Jr. was place on leave after a video of the incident emerged.

Pikewood Creative wins Emmy for ‘Hot Rod’ documentary

“Hot Rod: The Clown Prince of Basketball” took the top spot in the Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards’ nostalgia category.

Bids submitted to manage healthcare for W.Va. foster children

The move to managed care is scheduled to happen by Jan. 1, 2020.

Consultants — former Highways engineers — are meant to guide priorities for secondary roads

Governor's Office acknowledges low bidders are retired engineers who have been helping for past few months.

Cleveland man dead in Wheeling Island shooting

Wheeling Police searching for suspect.

Vote on user fee expected at Tuesday’s Wheeling City Council meeting

The user fee is going towards funding of a public safety building.

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