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Wednesday April 16, 2014

Armed robbery under investigation in Parkersburg

Man produced handgun.

3rd District candidates spar at Huntington forum

Huntington High School seniors got a preview of the Congressional race to come.

DMV online offerings should reduce lines at regional offices

Residents in 43 counties can renew annual registrations on the web.

Lincoln County man charged in vehicle, house fire in Charleston

Yawkey resident allegedly used SUV to ram house.

FEMA reimbursement process begins

Kanawha County government officials prepare applications.

U.S. Attorney says Bank of Mingo investigation will continue

Darrin McCormick, a Williamson branch manager and former Williamson mayor, was charged with lying to an FBI agent this week.

Bar smoking ban being considered in Berkeley County

A Hedgesville business owner says the choice should be left up to adults, not the health department.

Kids Count pushes for big payoff

New survey shows most young kids in state getting unlicensed child care.

Tuesday April 15, 2014

Rahall-Jenkins at Huntington High Wednesday

Students will ask candidates in 3rd District race questions.

Toms Toes Day

UC students bare their feet for a good cause

Putnam deputies issue 49 ‘cell phone’ citations

Department enforcing state law.

Putnam prosecutor says shooting appears to be self-defense

Mark Sorsaia says decision hasn't been made on whether to take case to grand jury.

Williamson mayor resigns, charged with federal crime

Darrin McCormick allegedly lied to FBI investigator.

Congresswoman Capito tackles cyber bullying

Students at one Lewis County middle school got a lesson from the experts.

Wyoming investigators have ‘strong lead’ in discovery of human remains

Discovery on property of man in jail on separate murder charges.

Public retirees protest pension descrimination

They want tax exemption for their pensions.

Former Congressman Mick Staton dead at 74

Parkersburg native served one term in U.S. House.

Kanawha County prosecuting attorney defends actions on MetroNews ‘Talkline’

Mark Plants said he has always done what he thinks is best for his family and the Kanawha County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.

Nearly half the state under freeze warning tonight

Residents in 24 counties should cover outdoor plants tonight according to National Weather Service.

Hancock County woman prepares to return to Boston Marathon

Teresa DeLong was near the finish line when last year's bombings happened.

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