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Saturday May 20, 2017

Virginia couple found guilty in Mercer County abuse case

Monty Bone, 58, and his wife Sonja, 51, face decades in prison in connection with the treatment of Monty bone's mother.

Former Randolph County correctional officer pleads guilty to use of force on detainee

Adam Joseph Neal Graham, 26, was previously a correctional officer at the Tygart Valley Regional Jail.

Friday May 19, 2017

Manchin says Trump administration “keeps throwing gasoline on the fire”

Senator says Senate Intelligence Committee won't allow a "witch hunt" to happen.

Armstead says $100 million revenue bill has “a lot of positives”

House adjourns until Tuesday awaiting Senate action.

KCHD seeking approval to cut positions

The state Personnel Board would have to approve the request at its June meeting.

Man dead after Clay County ATV crash

Rollover happened near Wallback.

West Virginia records 4th mining death of 2017

Worker killed at Pinnacle Mine in Wyoming County.

3 arrested for concealing, moving body of apparent overdose victim

A third person, Rayburn Buchanan Jr.,, turned himself in early Friday afternoon.

Event to honor West Virginia’s Rosie the Riveters

Ceremony to be held Thursday night in Charleston.

House expects to pass revenue bill today, and then negotiations really begin

Conference committee seems most likely way to work out differences.

Herbert Hoover, Richwood hold first graduations after flood destroyed schools

The commencement took place nearly 11 months after the flood destroyed both buildings leaving students to spend the year in temporary quarters.

Thursday May 18, 2017

Manchin, Capito petition to rename VA hospital after Medal of Honor recipient

U.S. Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., introduced a bill Wednesday to name the Veterans Affairs hospital in Huntington after Hershel Williams.

State BOE plans to take up Nicholas County request after court ruling

Nicholas County BOE wants to consolidate schools following last year's flood.

Capito, Manchin, McKinley outline benefits of natural gas storage hub in Appalachia

Bills for a feasibility study have been introduced in both the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.

Parkways bond counsel urges E-ZPass to be used in new roads plan funding

Lawmakers considering Turnpike tolls to pay for road projects across the state.

Governor Justice and the crocodile comments

Justice unveils latest metaphor.

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