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Everybody Wants To Get Into the Act

July 13, 2015 WASHINGTON — Who yelled “everybody into the pool?” After all the candidate announcements, after all the speculation about who’d go first and who’s yet to jump in, one question remains in this summer... more »»

Ohio’s Growers Moving Indoors

July 13, 2015 CLEVELAND (AP) — A drop in the number of marijuana plants seized in Ohio in recent years can be attributed a greater push by growers to cultivate the plants indoors, according to authorities. more »»

Iran Deal Expected Today

July 13, 2015 VIENNA (AP) — Disputes over attempts to probe Tehran’s alleged work on nuclear weapons unexpectedly persisted at Iran nuclear talks today, diplomats said, threatening plans to wrap up a deal by... more »»

Mexicans Search For Escaped Drug Kingpin

July 13, 2015 MEXICO CITY — The capture of drug lord Joaquin Guzman was the crowning achievement of President Enrique Pena Nieto’s government in its war against drug cartels, a beacon of success amid domestic... more »»

Ohio County Health Department Explores Needle Exchange Program

July 12, 2015 WHEELING — It’s an idea that makes some people uncomfortable. Some may say it flies in the face of the la. more »»

Radioactive Frack Waste Processed in Martins Ferry

July 12, 2015 MARTINS FERRY — Employees of Pottstown, Pa. more »»

Barnesville Man Who Killed Child Up For Parole

July 12, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — In October 1981, John Fulkerson Jr. picked up his 3-year daughter Angie from his parents’ home in Badgersville, near Bethesda. more »»

W.Va. Schools Ponder Math Classes

July 12, 2015 WHEELING — Educators across West Virginia are adding up whether new standards for high school mathematics under Common Core are effective, or if a new sequence for the curriculum is needed in the... more »»

Professor Claims Hazard in Streams

July 11, 2015 WHEELING — Although many worry about the 1,076 chemicals the Environmental Protection Agency identifies as used in fracking, Wheeling Jesuit University biology professor Ben Stout is more concerned... more »»

Tyler County Pipeline Ignites

July 11, 2015 MIDDLEBOURNE — A pipeline rupture led emergency officials from Tyler, Wetzel and Doddridge counties to respond to a fire at the the Jay Bee Oil & Gas Gorby Marcellus Shale drilling pad early Friday. more »»

Cuomo Named Circuit Judge

July 11, 2015 MORGANTOWN — Jason A. Cuomo was selected as judge of the First Judicial Circuit on Friday by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin. more »»

Southern Flag Is Removed In S.C.

July 11, 2015 COLUMBIA, S.C. more »»

Little People Group Targeting ‘Midget’ Mascots Across U.S.

July 11, 2015 FREEBURG, Ill. (AP) — As with many small towns, the biggest source of bragging rights in this agrarian outpost in southern Illinois are its high school athletes — the Freeburg Midgets. more »»

Data Breach Claims Personnel Chief’s Job

July 11, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — The embattled head of the government’s personnel office abruptly stepped down Friday, bowing to mounting pressure following the unprecedented breach of private information her... more »»

Housing Officials: Safety Is Priority

July 10, 2015 MOUNDSVILLE — Following a drug raid last month, the staff of the Moundsville Housing Authority are working with local law enforcement to ensure safe living conditions in the cit. more »»

Mountaintop Mining Down 62 Percent

July 10, 2015 WHEELING — Since 2008, coal production via mountaintop removal mining is down 62 percent across the nation, according to new data from the Energy Information Administration. more »»

Confederate Flag Will Come Down Today

July 10, 2015 COLUMBIA, S.C. more »»

Country Music Acts Quietly Abandoning Longtime Prop

July 10, 2015 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Confederate flag was once a familiar symbol in country music, representing the rural South and the renegade spirit of artists such as David Allan Coe and Hank Williams J. more »»

Three Finalists Named For Judicial Vacancy

July 10, 2015 MORGANTOWN — The West Virginia Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission has recommended the names of three local attorneys to Gov. more »»

Capito: There’s Less Bickering in Senate

July 9, 2015 WHEELING — There are signs the partisan bickering in Washington may be lessening, but Sen. Shelley Moore Capito says congressional accord isn’t happening fast enough. Capito, R-W.Va. more »»

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