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Thursday August 25, 2016

Mingo County Commission cuts personnel as coal revenue declines

County budget struggling.

Fayette man convicted in murder trial

Jury deliberated for less than an hour Thursday.

Ronald McDonald House set to open next month in Charleston

The new facility will serve more than 400 families per year.

National Park Service turns 100

NPS features six designated units in West Virginia

Tourism leaders launch West FURginia Guide for pet-friendly locations statewide

The guide highlights pet-friendly places to stay, explore and eat in the Mountain State.

Bresch, Mylan respond to EpiPen firestorm; new discounts offered

Mylan CEO puts blame on broken health care system.

Check out the shoes; students in parts of Clay, Nicholas, Kanawha counties are getting new ones

Around 4,400 pairs of shoes were donated through Dominion's "Sharing Our Soles" drive after flood and distributions began Thursday.

Wednesday August 24, 2016

Martirano wants fewest distractions possible for flood-impacted students

State school superintendent concerned with talk of moving Elk River students again.

Mylan’s EpiPen at center of controversy

Meteoric rise in price and executives' pay called into question.

Former Marriott worker admits to embezzling nearly $1 million

Milton man faces up to 20 years in federal prison.

Road of Charleston car explosion reopens

Woodward Drive was shutdown after a Ford Mustang exploded there early Wednesday morning.

Criticism of Obama’s EPA toned down at grant ceremony

West Virginia projects get $10 in POWER grants.

Recovery Point program working to help substance abuse addicts in W.Va.

The long term recovery model got its start in Huntington, expanded out to Bluefield and is set to open next month in Charleston.

Northern Kanawha County grocery store reopens doors for 1st time since June flood

It took nearly nine weeks to clean and repair Smith's Foodfair in Elkview. It could be months before Smith's Foodfair reopens in Clendenin.

Feds now involved in Charleston car explosion

Nobody injured and so far no evidence of bomb found, but authorities are treating early morning explosion as suspicious

Tuesday August 23, 2016

Mingo County Commission considers budget cuts, layoffs with coal’s decline

With revenues dwindling, commission scheduled to meet again Thursday.

Morgantown police busy with start of fall semester at WVU

Preliminary statistics indicate more than 150 citations for underage consumption. Public intoxication arrests included suspects ranging from 17 to 48 years old.

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