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Tuesday November 21, 2017

Class action suits over Parkersburg fire are transferred to federal court

Amount in dispute easily exceeds $5 million, defense lawyers say.

Raleigh County man arrested for burning down wife’s home

The suspect was arrested after striking a Raleigh County deputy's patrol vehicle later the same day.

UMWA’s Roberts urges members to call Congress about pension plan

American Miners Pension Act up for discussion.

Projections for W.Va deaths due to drugs, alcohol, suicide called ‘staggering, preventable’

The numbers were part of a report the Trust for America's Health and Well Being Trust released Tuesday.

Crews battle two house fires on the same Fayette County road

The call first came in just after 6 Tuesday morning to a residence along Livesay Lane in the area of Boomer.

Camper fire claims life

State Fire Marshal's Office investigating.

Monday November 20, 2017

McKinley hoping for energy in getting tax legislation passed

U.S. Rep. David McKinley, R-W.Va., was one of 227 House Republicans who voted for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act last week.

White House council: Opioid epidemic costs more than $500 billion

The White House Council of Economic Advisers said in a 10-page report the economic cost of the opioid crisis was $504 billion, or 2.8 percent of the United States' gross domestic product.

ASP dedicates 9 new homes to Greenbrier flood victims

A ceremony was held Monday in Rainelle.

Settlement reached in 2015 diesel spill

A judge preliminary approved Monday a class action settlement worth $4 million.

Cheatham: PEIA to consider changes in preferred drugs proposal

Health insurance agency in discussion with CVS.

Mooney holds roundtable discussion on tax reform in Charleston

The event was held at the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Office.

Fayette County man facing felony malicious wounding charges

The victim, Rodney Ray Rose, 36, of the Ansted area of Fayette County, identified his shooter as Brian Stephen Willis, 29, of the Victor area.

Charleston man asked police to kill him

Officers showed great restraint, chief says.

Authorities investigating cause of Clarksburg fire

Authorities are investigating the cause of a Sunday night fire that sent one person to the hospital.

Charles Manson’s West Virginia childhood hinted of violence

Leader of murderous 'family' died Sunday in California while serving life sentence.

New law allows W.Va. school bus drivers to carry epinephrine

Implementation will vary county by county.

Sunday November 19, 2017

Victims of Farmington mine disaster remembered on 49th anniversary

Annual memorial ceremony held in Marion County.

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