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Monday January 27, 2020

Intermediate court judges would be elected under amended bill passed by Senate Judiciary

Bill now goes to Senate Finance, which would examine anticipated $6.3 million cost.

Agreement clears way for building of Milton floodwall

The project is the result of a partnership between West Virginia, Milton and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

DOH hopes overpass problems are behind them

Stress of a detour, heavy rain, and a freeze-thaw cycle were blamed for rapidly deteriorating the surface of the overpass at the Weston exit on I-79

State could assume authority over big hotel projects in small towns in bill backed by W.Va. Senate leaders

Hill Top House, a $139 million project that has been discussed for a decade, could be affected.

Adoption bill gets unanimous approval in the House

Bill is first to pass of several under consideration dealing with foster care.

Collision puts car on top in front of Charleston City Hall

3 people injured in Monday morning wreck.

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Sunday January 26, 2020

Monongalia commissioners provide update on Longview PILOT

Monongalia County commissioners are talking about how negotiations for the new payment in lieu of taxes agreement with Longview Power have progressed.

WVU legend Jerry West on Kobe Bryant’s death: ‘I felt like I lost a son’

On a tragic day in the basketball world, few are hurting more than the greatest Mountaineer.

Huntington to serve as training site for Quick Response Teams in other parts of U.S.

The U.S. Bureau of Justice Assistance recently selected the eight total locations for the Law Enforcement and First Responder Diversion and Referral Program Mentoring Initiative.

Old hangars being torn down at Morgantown airport

Contractors in the steel the structures contain.

Huntington-Cabell opioid case up for status hearing Monday

U.S. District Judge David Faber now has the case.

Saturday January 25, 2020

Charleston Catholic comes from behind upsets AAA top-ranked Cabell Midland

The Irish hand Cabell Midland their first loss of the season.

Jividen tells lawmakers more changes coming in fallout of Nazi salute photo

Corrections and Rehabilitation commissioner says she has both a personal and professional interest to make sure Holocaust is remembered.

Report: RISE says 3 more homes completed

Active cases from June 2016 flood now at 368.

Greenbrier County commissioner named in 3 misdemeanor charges

Mike McClung says he's committed no crimes.

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