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Yesterday March 3, 2015

NWS: Tygart Valley, Tug Fork areas could see flooding

Meteorologists more concerned about high water than snow.

House passes elk restoration bill

87 delegates agree elk should be in southern WV.

RJA’s DeLong gets new job at Connecticut state capitol

Jail leader taking job in Connecticut.

Heavy rain, sleet, snow, ice, floods, and high winds

Emergency officials in W.Va. prepare for a weather barrage in the next two days

MetroNews to provide coverage of Mountain East Conference tournament

The quarterfinal games begin Thursday at the Charleston Civic Center.

Charges pending in Morgantown robberies

Police were led on a chase Monday night after two more convenience store robberies.

Wheeling man sentenced to three years in prison on firearms charge

Melvin Neff pleaded guilty in December to one count of being a Prohibited Person in Possession of a Firearm

Ohio native sentenced to a decade in prison for drug trafficking operation

Shawn McClain received 120 months after pleading guilty to one count of Possession with Intent to Distribute Heroin

Monday March 2, 2015

Greyhound breeders want a ‘fair shake’ according to lobbyist

Issue apparently headed to study resolution.

Charter schools bill heading to House after Senate 18-16 vote

Opponents say best teachers, students will be cherry picked.

Kanawha prosecutor watching bill that may change Giles case

Giles' attorney files motion to dismiss misdemeanor charge.

Snow, gas leak cause fire at Wyoming County school

Fire occurs before kids get to school because of 2-hour delay.

One in custody, two sought in car thefts

Alert detective spotted suspicious activity and busted car thieves in the act.

Makeups for snow could be painful in some counties

School systems have to figure out how to get in 180 days and spring break could be the answer in some counties.

Police academy program begins for Charleston Police Department

The program runs for 10 weeks for 3 hours every Tuesday evening.

Police trying to find who shot Roane County elementary school window

Roane County School Superintendent says no one was injured.

Victim in fatal Harrison County vehicle accident identified

The victim was pronounced dead at the scene early Sunday morning

Common Core repeal sent to Senate subcommittee

State education officials ask senators for more time to work on standards.

Compromise campaign finance bill going back to Senate committee

It would raise the amounts individuals could give to political candidates.

Senator: Virginia border could be lottery gold for state

Democrat Herb Snyder says lottery model needs to be fixed.

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