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Yesterday April 28, 2016

Senate finance chair says $150 million in budget cuts may be needed

Sen. Mike Hall a guest Thursday on MetroNews "Talkline."

Two dead in early morning robbery in Princeton

Suspect takes his own life after fatally wounding clerk at Mercer County convenience store.

Kessler, Goodwin respond to Justice’s ‘two peas in a pod’ ad

Justice campaign says he's listening to concerns of West Virginians.

Education, public health organizations & others join calls for $1 cigarette tax hike

Their argument is that higher tobacco taxes would benefit West Virginia's fiscal and physical health.

Drug take-back events return to W.Va. Saturday

Residents can drop off any unwanted, expired or unused medications to locations statewide from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

WVSU presidential finalist withdraws from candidacy day after campus visit

Dr. Roslyn Clark-Artis, a 1991 WVSU graduate and the president of Florida Memorial University in Miami Gardens, Florida, announced she will stay at FMU instead.

Stabbing leaves woman dead in Mercer County

Troopers know the motive, but are releasing few details about the incident

On the Campaign Trail: Goodwin learned public service at a young age

CHARLESTON, W.Va.¬†—¬†Booth Goodwin is seeking a different office from the one he’s held for five years on West Virginia’s May 10 primary day, but his...

Wednesday April 27, 2016

Ohio woman faces prison after admitting to stealing from Wheeling elderly woman

Stephanie Walker was a caregiver for a woman suffering from heart failure for Visiting Angels. Police say she she stole thousands of dollars' worth of jewelry from the woman and sold it.

Beckley doctor sentenced to 8 years in prison and $15,000 fine

Jose Jorge Abbud Gordinho, M.D., had previously admitted to healthcare fraud and illegally prescribing the painkiller hydrocodone.

Marshall tuition raises to depend on passage of state budget

The university's Board of Governors approved three possible tuition increase plans Wednesday ranging from 5 to 11 percent.

Huntington advances, Charleston out in America’s Best Communities competition

Huntington officials celebrated being named 1 of 8 finalists in the America's Best Communities competition Wednesday in Durham, NC.

‘Jessie’s Law’ on its way in Congress

Manchin, Capito join parents of Jessica Grubb in efforts to improve health care communication.

Displaced coal miners could find future in aviation industry

Stose believes programs like these are vital for retraining laid off miners.

WVU plans expansions and improvements amid state funding limbo

A student union upgrade and new engineering lab are among recently discussed projects.

West Virginia hospitals in “uncertain” territory

Letter from DHHR says Medicaid payments could be delayed because of state revenue problems.

WVSU graduate, presidential candidate wants to ‘bring back Yellow Jacket pride’

Dr. Roslyn Clark-Artis, the current president of Florida Memorial University in Miami Gardens, Florida, is one of three presidential finalists for West Virginia State University.

Lewis County authorities bust man with variety of drugs

Ruha Krinov is being held in the Central Regional Jail on numerous drug charges

More West Virginians leaving Democratic Party

Pollster weighs in on growing number of independents or unaffiliated voters.

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