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Thursday January 29, 2015

2010 Harrison County convicted murderer sentenced to life in prison

Ennis Payne will be eligible for parole due to a mercy ruling

NWS: snow events Friday and Sunday

Lowlands could see best snowfall of winter to date.

Freezing rain causes interstate shutdown

Several accidents reported on Interstate 64 in Huntington.

Right To Work debated on MetroNews “Talkline”

The bill is pending in the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Wednesday January 28, 2015

Capehart refutes ethics charges

West Liberty president says he can prove 13 counts aren't true.

Speakers split at charter school public hearing

Two dozen speakers let their feelings known at public hearing.

Police: WVU student’s blood-alcohol level was 0.493

18-year-old Nolan Burch died after fraternity initiation event.

Senator reminds President Cole of his own words in speaking against DOH audit

Sen. John Unger says 'another study' isn't needed.

Senate bill would eliminate straight-ticket voting

West Virginia is one of only 11 states still offering straight-party voting.

Drilling permit transfer bill on its way to the governor

Bill would initially benefit Southwestern Energy.

Treasurer Perdue predicts ‘tremendous pressure’ on popular fund if budget cut goes through

Gov. Tomblin's budget sweeps $15 million from Unclaimed Property account.

Greyhound breeder: Study criticizing state subsidies doesn’t tell full story

Steve Sarras talked about what he thinks the report got wrong on Wednesday's MetroNews "Talkline."

Teen charged in school sexual assault

Police charge 17-year-old with sexual assault of 15-year-old girl at Capital High School.

Wyoming County girl honored for life-saving action

With no adults around, Piper Cook took action when a toddler fell into the pool

Tuesday January 27, 2015

Mountain Valley Pipeline project plays host to informational meeting in Harrison County

The proposed project from EQT Corporation and NextEra Energy, Inc. would run from Wetzel County to Pittsylvania County, Virginia

Daniels music instructor charged with sex assault

Complaint was filed by the mother of 5-year-old boy.

Alleged rape under investigation at Capital High

Charleston police investigating.

Tomblin’s desk next stop for energy repeal bill

Coal association leader says time for right message to be sent.

Elk River a key to new Charleston development

Courtyard by Marriott opens near Civic Center, Town Center Mall.

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