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Tuesday April 22, 2014

Supreme Court schedules hearing in Plants case

Arguments on ODC recommendations set for May 5.

Water contamination affected more than 90,000

The number was much larger than originally reported after the Jan. 9 chemical leak into the Elk River.

Star City bank robbed for second time 27 days

Armed robbery took place Tuesday morning.

WVOW Report: Another worker fired at Arch Coal’s Mountain Laurel Complex

The Logan County facility is the focus of a federal investigation into an alleged kickback and billing scheme.

NTSB: Pilot in Kanawha crash tried to avoid rain

Investigators still probing what led to April 11 crash that killed Ohio couple.

Monday April 21, 2014

West Virginian finishes what she started in Boston

Teresa DeLong crosses the finish line of the Boston Marathon.

Marion couple charged in child’s death

Investigators say 2-year-old girl overdosed.

State Trooper: Motorists going too fast on Interstate 81

Eastern Panhandle interstate becoming one of state's deadliest.

Semifinalists named for MVB Bank West Virginia Scholar Program

The grand prize is a full, four-year scholarship to West Virginia Wesleyan.

Rockefeller to look back at Wesleyan

He'll return to the school where he, at one time, served as president.

DOH on rock slide patrol

Raleigh County road closed Monday afternoon.

Voter registration deadline Tuesday; Putnam County has some challenges

New addresses for residents since last election.

Greenbrier sheriff ‘not ruling anything out’ in discovery of human remains

State Medical Examiner's Office trying to make identification.

Raleigh BOE chooses new school superintendent

Current Assistant Superintendent David Price hired.

Mooney says he’ll continue fighting for conservative principles if elected to U.S. House

The Republican candidate in the Second District talked about the issues on Monday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'

Summers County school official sees summer practice expansion from different angles

If handled correctly, Wayne Ryan says the proposal could be positive.

Charleston City Council could vote Monday on race fee

City official says proposal is work in progress.

Morrisey not worried about campaign debt

Attorney general says he's been focused on getting office in order.

Sunday April 20, 2014

Lawmakers return to capitol for interim committee meetings

Only one day, three meetings scheduled.

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