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Thursday August 15, 2019

Welcome Week at WVU is here

Classes start on Wednesday.

Hancock County crime spree leaves 1 dead, 5 injured

Sheriff releases more information including names of those involved.

National Guard unit set for deployment

The deployment event is on Friday evening in Charleston.

Update: Lewisburg Walmart reopens after earlier evacuation

A suspicious package turned out to be a false alarm.

Fire marshals probe rash of suspicious fires in Mineral County

Blazes started in Keyser and Piedmont about 6 weeks ago.

Morrisey, others shut down Martinsburg business claiming to help service members

Hearts 2 Heroes, Inc. of Martinsburg was listed as a for-profit organization doing business as Active Duty Support Services, Inc.

As new school year begins, positive vibes being felt in Cabell County

Superintendent appeared on Thursday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'

Annual Mountain Mama Regatta to benefit Hospice of Southern W.Va.

The event has raised more than $50,000 for hospice care since 2011.

Wednesday August 14, 2019

Drugmaker wants billions from Mylan related to EpiPen rival

Sanofi revealed the $11.7 billion damages claim in a recent filing issued in response to Mylan’s motion for summary judgment to dismiss the case.

Vandergriff trial continues in Putnam County

Morgan Vandergriff, 39, allegedly hit John Maynard in May 2018 on Ranch Lake Boulevard.

1 dead, 3 injured after Hancock County incidents

One person is dead and three people are injured following multiple incidents Wednesday evening in Hancock County.

Land for new Herbert Hoover High purchased

The Kanawha County Board of Education in April approved a resolution to acquire the land in the Givens Fork area.

Class action filed in West Virginia takes aim at Juul electronic cigarettes

Lawsuit claims e-cigarette manufacturer created buzz to hook youth.

State BOE approves school building plan for Meadow Bridge

Next up--presentation to state School Building Authority.

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