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Yesterday June 22, 2017

Events planned in White Sulphur Springs to mark flood anniversary

Friday is the one year anniversary of the flood.

Glenville State opts against tuition raise following higher education cuts

Dr. Tracy Pellett announced Thursday morning from The Waco Center in Glenville a symbolic tuition decrease of one dollar.

Cindy promises heavy rain and floods but no repeat of 2016

Rain expected to come in heavy bands Thursday night into Sunday morning---but cold front will push it out of the state by Saturday evening.

Former Greenbrier County sheriff: ‘Warrior spirit’ led recovery from 2016 flood

Remembrance events are scheduled for Friday in Rainelle, White Sulphur Springs and other Greenbrier County communities.

Increased police presence to be at topless women’s march in Charleston

Organizers agreed to move the event time on Saturday after mayor's request.

Gee: With state budget numbers finalized BOG will act on WVU budget soon

WVU president sends out letter to university community.

Tiny border community’s flood stories differ based on Fayette-Nicholas line

Just over the bridge, things were a little quieter in Nicholas County's Belva.

Documentary focused on what’s after coal premieres Sunday

After debuting at the Tribeca Film Festival, "From The Ashes" will air on National Geographic Channel.

Joe Fryz, former WVU basketball player, succumbs to ALS

A former teammate of John Calipari and then Bob Huggins, Fryz had battled ALS since 2014.

McElhinny: Toward better budget battles

Some self-reflection might help.

A return to Valley View Drive — the state’s most damaged road from 2016 flood

Resident Terry Young says the recovery as been slow, frustrating, and plagued with pitfalls

Wednesday June 21, 2017

Caregivers gather to share stories, raise Alzheimer’s awareness

The West Virginia Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association and the Alpha Omicron Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority held the event Wednesday.

Mooney praises House committee work on flood insurance

A U.S. House of Representatives committee has passed seven bills in the past week related to improving the National Flood Insurance Program.

Kanawha County shooting suspects plead not guilty to September 2016 shooting

Robert Earl Ruffin, 17, and 21-year-old De-Anthony Akeen Thornabar, both of South Charleston, were charged in May for the death of Dylan Bailey.

Huntington woman meets with W.Va. senators in D.C. to talk importance of Medicaid coverage

Ethel Turned met with U.S. Senators Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) Wednesday.

Organizers of topless march change time after mayor’s request

Danny Jones says many kids will be in downtown Charleston at the same time Saturday.

West Nile Virus detected in Cabell County

Positive sample of mosquitoes was received at the Cabell-Huntington Health Department.

Ripley High student wins full scholarship to Wesleyan

Kenna's Chris Neil is the latest MetroNews West Virginia Scholar.

Models show Tropical Storm Cindy won’t do WV any favors

Heavy rain during 30-hour period could cause flooding.

W.Va. legislators sound off on social media about Justice criticism

Governor's budget announcement draws reaction.

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