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Wednesday July 19, 2017

Technology investments keep Scouts up to date

AT&T made $5 million worth of investments at the Summit Bechtel Reserve since the 2013 National Jamboree.

Bullet leaves hole in vehicle at State Capitol

No one was in the parked car at the time.

Marshall Board of Governors extends Gilbert’s contract

The new contract expires July 15, 2022.

Alpha Natural Resources to sell idle mines

The deal includes around 280 permits, reclamation equipment, royalty payments and 100 million tons of reserves.

Medical examiner takes stand in Campbell trial

Crossbow may have been part of attack.

Capitol dome in need of repairs; state to seek bids soon

Engineers say cabling system connecting outer and inner domes has weakened.

Morgantown business owner uncertain annexation benefits outweigh costs

One of those areas is the Suncrest Town Centre, which is where Justin Byers's restaurant Bartini Prime is located.

DOH hopes key interchange finished before WVU students arrive

Don Williams, District Manager from the West Virginia DOH, said that the goal is to have traffic back on the road in two weeks.

Three people arrested in Morgantown after shoplifting becomes police chase

Two officers with the Morgantown Police Department were on scene at 3:40 a.m. to respond to the call.

Gunnoe Farms owner says natural disasters are only part of their demise

Joy Gunnoe says the state's business climate is terrible and she doesn't see any sign it will improve.

Sophia fire chief laid to rest

Jeff Pittman dedicated 36 years as a firefighter and paramedic.

Hoover portables will be ready when Kanawha school year begins Aug. 14

Students impacted by 2016 flood will go back to full-day schedule.

Former WVBC students more at ease with educational future

The Community and Technical College System of West Virginia organized workshops to connect former WVBC students to representatives from West Virginia Junior College, Pierpont Community and Technical College and WV Northern Community College to discuss student transfer options.

Eastern Panhandle county aspires to be center of development

Morgan County possibilities expand with "Opportunity Center."

Huntington’s mayor gets into 3rd District Congressional race

Mayor Steve Williams is in his 2nd term as Huntington's leader.

Deputies seek information in Grant County death

Investigation focusing on hit-and-run possible homicide.

Reynoldsville man facing multiple charges after mobile home fire

Gage Allen Lyons is charge with first-degree arson, fourth-degree arson and two counts of burglary. If convicted of all four felonies, Lyons could face 5 to 41 years in prison.

US House Appropriations Committee OKs funding for Trump’s wall

Rep. Evan Jenkins, R-W.Va., serves on the Appropriations Committee.

Tuesday July 18, 2017

State pharmacy board terminates Potters

David Potters served as executive director and general counsel.

Leaders, volunteers prepared for Boy Scout National Jamboree

The 10-day gathering begins Wednesday at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve.

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