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Yesterday October 17, 2019

Charleston police officers on paid administrative leave as ‘use of force’ investigation continues

Video shows punches being thrown by officer.

Wednesday October 16, 2019

Murray Energy has until Oct. 28 to address debt payments

The company announced Wednesday it and lenders amended a forbearance agreement regarding debt payments.

Charleston Police Department investigating force used during arrest

The police department said Wednesday its Professional Standards Division will determine if the force used was necessary and within the department's policy.

US Senate confirms Volk as district judge

Frank Volk is currently the chief judge of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the southern district of West Virginia.

Lawmakers, health care group planning trip to Canada over lower drug prices

Delegates Barbara Fleischauer, D-Morgantown, and Jordan Hill, R-Nicholas, are organizing the trip with West Virginia Insulin for All.

Suspicious deaths at VA hospital in West Virginia get first look by Congress

Members of Congress expressed concern about troubling but unrelated events at Veterans Administration hospitals across the country.

Justice creates committee in connection with 2020 Census

Complete Count Committee's initial report due Jan. 1.

Report: State tourism numbers grow for second straight year

A candidate for governor in 2020 disputes these numbers.

Upshur County hunter missing in Utah

A full scale wilderness search is underway in a remote part of Utah for a West Virginia man who's gone missing during an elk hunting trip

Manchin and other Senators rally to save pensions

Manchin says if UMWA pensions are allowed to fail it will cascade across all pension plans in America. He blames U.S. bankruptcy laws which have led to the brink of insolvency

National science, math teaching winners include 4 West Virginians

They'll be recognized in Washington, D.C. this week.

Investigator’s alert memory cracked double-murder/suicide

Clay County deaths weren't known for nearly two weeks until a trooper involved in a pair of separate investigations recognized two key names and the two cases quickly become one.

RAM free health clinic returns to Kanawha County this weekend

Basic medical, dental and vision care will be available on Saturday and Sunday at Charleston's Bible Center School.

Tuesday October 15, 2019

Manchin, again, urges Senate to pass protections for pensions

Tuesday marked 285 days since U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., introduced the American Miners Act in the Senate

Morgantown Energy Associates plant to come off the power grid

Plant is expected to continue providing steam heat to WVU.

Group urges Charleston officials to bring back needle exchange program

The needle exchange program was shut down in Spring of 2018.

National fraternity revokes WVU chapter’s charter

Members of Sigma Phi Epsilon will be evicted from its house at the end of the semester as well.

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