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Tuesday September 10, 2019

Two weeks after reopening, Pinnacle prep plant is shut down

The facility was closed in 2018 after Mission Coal declared bankruptcy.

September temps look a lot like July for West Virginia

NWS: Above-average temperatures are expected to continue into next week.

CareSource MetroNews Week 2 Top Plays

All the best plays from around West Virginia in the second week of the season.

Morgantown middle school holding 9/11 remembrance event Wednesday

The Westwood Middle School will hold a Sept. 11 remembrance and memorial event on Wednesday.

Monday September 9, 2019

Former prison guard, mother of inmate enter guilty pleas following drug smuggling

Mark Steven Taylor, 40, was a prison guard at the Huttonsville Correctional Center; 44-year-old Pamela Gail Adkins was the mother of an inmate.

Trump campaign announces West Virginia teams

President Donald Trump carried West Virginia in the 2016 general election.

Doyle: State, local governments must act to keep MARC trains

The Maryland Transit Authority has proposed cutting four of its six trains that head into West Virginia.

Domestic violence programs make case to keep suit on gun law going

The West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence is opposing state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s August motion to dismiss the case.

Elizabeth Warren pitches an early endorsement for Stephen Smith’s campaign for governor

Meanwhile, Justice is named honorary chairman of Trump's campaign in West Virginia.

Delegate Caputo accused of misdemeanor battery, months after angrily storming into chamber

Criminal complaint accuses Caputo of injuring doorkeeper, making physical contact with delegate.

Marshall ranked among nation’s top institutions by U.S. News & World Report

This is the first time Marshall has been on the list.

FEMA removes longstanding sanctions from W.Va. emergency management agency

West Virginia had been on manual mandatory reimbursement because of its lack of grant oversight.

Unclaimed property find triggers a host of memories

State Treasurer's Office Unclaimed Property Division returns war medals and gun to a son who had long forgotten they existed.

Speed, wet road contributed to fatal fire truck crash, report concludes

NIOSH releases final investigative report on the 2018 crash that claimed the lives of two members of the Pratt VFD in Kanawha County and left three more hurt.

Groundbreaking brings spark to Reconnecting McDowell partnership

Renaissance Village will house educators and public workers in Welch.

Want to win a Nintendo Switch Lite?

Nintendo’s new Switch Lite releases in September, and we’re entering Cartridges Galore members into a giveaway for a brand new system! The Switch Lite ($200...

Sunday September 8, 2019

Child advocacy centers look to put new funding to good use

Grants recently handed out by Gov. Jim Justice.

Capito visits border, tours facilities during last week of recess

U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., and other lawmakers toured facilities on the U.S.-Mexico border last week to better understand border security efforts.

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