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Authorities Assess Rioting Damage In Wake of WVU Win

October 20, 2014 MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Morgantown authorities on Sunday assessed damage from riots that broke out following West Virginia’s 41-27 win over No. more »»

Expelled Nazis Receive Millions in Social Security

October 20, 2014 OSIJEK, Croatia (AP) — Dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals and SS guards collected millions of dollars in U.S. more »»

Mineral Rights Ruling Could Affect Ohio Parks

October 20, 2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An analysis finds that about 20 percent of the land under Ohio’s state parks, forests and wildlife and nature preserves could be subject to private mineral rights claims. more »»

Pittsburgh wins ugliest accent tourney

October 20, 2014 PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburghers talk funny. The city has "won" Gawker.com's ugliest accent tournament, besting the other finalist — Scranton — in a reader's poll with more than 54 percent of the vote. more »»

Belmont County Included in Ebola Monitoring Report

October 19, 2014 An unspecified number of people in Belmont County have been identified for possible contact with the Ebola virus, the Ohio Department of Health reported Sunda. more »»

Pension Promises Come Home to Roost

October 19, 2014 WHEELING — Decades of promises made to city police officers and firefighters — without long-term plans to pay for them — are coming home to roost in communities across West Virginia. more »»

Benefits Less Lucrative Under State Plan

October 19, 2014 WHEELING — Future police officers and firefighters in Wheeling could expect to receive a less lucrative benefits package than those already on the payroll if City Council opts to close its current... more »»

Riots in Morgantown following WVU win over Baylor

October 19, 2014 MORGANTOWN -- City police used tear gas to disperse crowds late Saturday following West Virginia University's 41-27 victory over Baylor. more »»

Air Permit Sought for Power Plant

October 19, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — The planned $615 million Moundsville Power natural gas power plant may not produce as much pollution as a typical coal-fired facility, but that does not mean it will be emissions-free. more »»

W.Va. Early Voting Starts Wednesday

October 19, 2014 WHEELING — Early voting begins Wednesday at all 55 county courthouses throughout West Virginia. Election Day is Nov. 4, but Mountain State residents can cast ballots any day between Wednesday and Nov. more »»

Marshals Search For Sex Offfender

October 19, 2014 WHEELING — The U.S Marshal’s Service is searching for a man wanted for allegedly sexually assaulting a 3-year-old child. more »»

Nurse With Ebola Says She ‘Felt Funny’ in Ohio

October 18, 2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio — A Texas nurse indicated she “felt funny” and spent extra time resting during a visit to Ohio in the days before she was diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas, a Centers for Disease Control... more »»

WHO Faulted for Failures As Obama Taps Non-Medical Czar

October 18, 2014 LONDON (AP) — The World Health Organization bungled efforts to halt the spread of Ebola in West Africa, an internal report revealed Friday, as President Barack Obama named a trusted political advise... more »»

Salvation Army Seeks Bell-Ringing Assistance

October 18, 2014 WHEELING — For nearly 150 years, the ringing of Salvation Army bells outside of stores and restaurants have signaled the Christmas season. more »»

Islamic State Going Airborne

October 18, 2014 BAGHDAD (AP) — Syrian activists say the Islamic State militant group has captured some MiG fighter jets and is test-flying the warplanes in Syria with the help of former Iraqi air force pilots. more »»

Conference Addresses Gender Equality in the Workplace

October 18, 2014 WHEELING — Equal opportunities are still a concern for women in the workplace, according to West Virginia University Provost Joyce McConnell. more »»

Chesapeake Sells Assets For $5.4B

October 17, 2014 WHEELING — After acquiring 413,000 acres for Marcellus and Utica shale drilling in northern West Virginia over the past few years, Chesapeake Energy officials said Thursday they will sell their 1,50... more »»

First Same-Sex Marriage Held in Ohio County

October 17, 2014 WHEELING — Just after noon Thursday, Circuit Judge David Sims performed Ohio County’s first same-sex marriage by uniting Daniel and Mark Fetty. more »»

Eight in Ohio Placed Under Quarantine

October 17, 2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio — Eight individuals in northeast Ohio were under quarantine Thursday as health officials broadened the group of people being notified that they may have had contact with a Texas nurse... more »»

White House Says No to Travel Ban

October 17, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Warning that Americans are losing faith in their government’s ability to stop Ebola, Republican lawmakers on Thursday pressed for a ban on travel to the U.S. more »»

 
 
 

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