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Monday January 15, 2018

Voting underway for Fayette County levy

The $9.5 million levy will go toward student instruction materials, transportation, salary supplements and the child nutrition program.

One hospitalized after morning fire in Charleston

Elderly woman pulled from burning home, condition unknown

Weston ranked as West Virginia’s safest city

Yet another publication has named Weston as the safest city in West Virginia, this time by online outlet SafeHome.org.

Sunday January 14, 2018

House of Delegates introduces bill placing work requirements for SNAP applicants

House Bill 4001 would place work requirements on recipients of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program beginning in October.

WVU Law professor and congressional candidate says Congress needs more working parents

I think we need people who are working parents and people who have kids in grade school like I do," Fershee said.

Strong ski season positively impacts area business

One of the busiest weekends of ski season is around the Martin Luther King Jr holiday.

Quick WV budget turnaround still leaves many scratching their heads

Lawmakers say they'll be looking closely at revenue figures.

GOP Senate candidates ready for primary battle

The winners of the Republican and Democratic primaries will face off in the general election, which will be held Nov. 6.

PEIA plans bill to find out family income information

Director Ted Cheatham says bypass to tax department would solve a lot of potential problems.

High Court considers rule change connected to medical marijuana act

Rule would allow attorneys to give advice concerning new law.

DHHR: Kenova reopens water intake

Monitoring will continue until sunken towboat is removed.

Saturday January 13, 2018

Alleged break in ends with man’s death in Kanawha County

Deputies with the Kanawha County Sheriff's Department were investigating.

Changes accompany approval of WV’s Every Student Succeeds Act plan

State education officials say they wanted to go ahead start implementation.

Federal commission denies proposed sale of Pleasants Power Station

FirstEnergy had been attempting to sell the site for $195 million to two subsidiaries.

Governor calling for moratorium on, review of state rules and regulations

He signed two executive orders for as much this week.

One dead, one still missing after heavy rain and high water in Wood County

Investigators said the two were in a vehicle that was swept away into Laurel Creek near Parkersburg on Friday.

Friday January 12, 2018

Manchin signs letter asking for extension of opioid declaration

In a letter sent Friday to Trump, the senators said they have not seen enough action since Trump's Oct. 26 declaration at the White House.

Victims of fatal Harrison County crash identified

Authorities have released the names of the four victims of a fatal crash in December.

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