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Monday August 31, 2015

Potential closure of WVU Tech could spell doom for Montgomery

Residents, business owners fear for the future economy of the Fayette-Kanawha County town.

Carson tops State Executive Committee straw poll

Detroit native pediatric neurosurgeon edges out Sen. Ted Cruz in weekend state poll.

Grant program gives newborn babies $100 toward college savings

West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue made the announcement in Charleston Monday.

WVU Tech community learns of WVU’s plans to move school to Beckley

WVU BOG will discuss and possibly vote on proposal Tuesday.

Changes to come during the 2016 election process

The West Virginia Secretary of State's Office hosted an election planning conference in Charleston Monday.

Missing man found dead in Ritchie County after apparent ATV accident

Lee Salzwimmer was reported missing Sunday and his body was located Monday morning

Closing ceremony planned this week at Pendleton County U.S. Navy station

There are still many questions about the site's future.

Nohe leaves Senate to take position on state Parole Board

Republican approaches governor after position on board opens up.

Morgantown will host first Common Core town hall Tuesday

Former Gov. Bob Wise defended the education standards on Monday's MetroNews "Talkline."

Harrison SCAD Unit arrests three on drug charges involving heroin

Emily Floyd, Gianna Scott and Dimetri Ripley were charged with possession of heroin with intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute heroin

Pennsylvania man sentenced on federal drug trafficking charges

Juwan Woods received 87 months Monday morning

Peacemaker to host NRA Freedom Weekend

Shooting contest is one of the largest in the country.

Ihlenfeld joins multi-states group targeting Detroit drug trade

U.S. Attorney says drug trafficking from Motor City has ravaged the Mountain State.

$82 million Civic Center renovation nearing start

Charleston venue will remain open thanks to phasing of construction.

Sunday August 30, 2015

West Liberty graphic design students to assist non-profit groups

The class allows seniors to work with clients outside of the the classroom.

Workers picket over staffing concerns at federal prison

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Staffing shortages, mandated overtime and position transfers are among the complaints from the union representing prison workers at the Federal Correctional Complex...

Saturday August 29, 2015

Former Wayne County school building damaged in fire

State Fire Marshal's Office will be called in to investigate Saturday evening blaze.

2 dead in Boone County fire

Mobile home blaze near Madison.

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