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Thursday April 16, 2015

Appeals panel questions timing of Clean Power appeal

WV Attorney General Patrick Morrisey says panel also asked about merits of EPA's rule.

USDA announces $1.8M loan for Boone Ambulance Authority

Ambulance authority will receive money to upgrade engines, facilities

WSAZ’s Mr. Cartoon dead at 91

WSAZ-TV's Jule Huffman entertained kids for decades.

Commission changes weapons policy at Coonskin Park

Those with conceal carry will not face charges if guns are detected while on property.

Charleston man pleads guilty to killing daughter, wounding son

Roy Pittman, 70, will be sentenced June 8 on charges of second-degree murder and attempted murder.

Parkersburg council member says Newell should resign

Kim Coram says mayor has become ineffective leader for the city and she's personally embarassed

New flat fare system to take effect for Kanawha County buses

KRT board members approved a $1.50 flat fare to be implemented July 1.

Some counties stick with testing schedule despite missed days

Dozens of students in Wayne County try to opt-out of testing.

Randolph County man convicted on federal drug charges

Mark Lambert pleaded guilty to one count of Distribution of Marijuana

Wednesday April 15, 2015

After a day’s work, Blue Creek Road partially cleared

Part of Blue Creek Road now clear as crews work to remove boulder

Three men charged in Cross Lanes hotel murder

Police say trio robbed and killed man over several thousand dollars.

Website established for Freedom spill victims

New site to provide the public with information

Raw milk bill supporters rally on statehouse steps

The bill would have allowed herd sharing agreements.

Romney fire whistle back on with plans to move location

Attorney says client never wanted siren turned off just moved.

Another close call for a DOH crew

Workers scurry as speeding car crashes in work zone in Buckhannon.

High water a way of life on Coal River

Kanawha County resident says river's changes in times of flood are fascinating

Environmental groups denounce shooting of oil well worker

"We don't do that. We don't do violence."

Union feels sting of Murray layoffs

Union leaders hope layoffs will be brief, but stockpiles are high

Search for Capital High principal continues with 6 candidates interviewing

School board member says Capital needs to "get back on track."

Mount Hope mayor resigns

His replacement could be named as early as next week.

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