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Fewer West Virginia Students Heading to College, Stats Show

February 5, 2016 CHARLESTON — With less than 55 percent of West Virginia high school graduates heading to college, the state Higher Education Policy Commission is looking to do something about it. more »»

Ohio Gov. John Kasich Keeps It Positive in New Hampshire

February 5, 2016 DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — John Kasich is betting big on positivity. more »»

Substance Abuse Remains a Focus of West Virginia Legislature

February 5, 2016 CHARLESTON — In the midst of a divisive legislative session, an issue that touches representatives on both sides of the aisle continues to be a major concern. more »»

Ride Sharing Bill in West Virginia on A Rocky Road

February 4, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Bills that would allow ride-sharing services in West Virginia are working their way through the Legislature, but taxi operators are concerned they would give such businesses an unfair... more »»

PNC Bank Robbed

February 4, 2016 STEUBENVILLE —The PNC Bank on Sunset Boulevard in Steubenville was robbed Wednesday morning when an armed man wearing a mask entered the bank and demanded money from a teller and customer. more »»

Water Truck Falls From Marshall County Roadway

February 4, 2016 DALLAS — The driver of a large water truck was seriously injured Wednesday when a road collapse caused him to lose control on a hillside in rural Marshall County. more »»

Steubenville Hires James Mavromatis as New City Manager

February 4, 2016 STEUBENVILLE — James Mavromatis was named Steubenville’s next city manager Wednesday during a press conference at city hall. more »»

Democrats Add Four Additional Debates

February 4, 2016 MANCHESTER, N.H. more »»

Zika Virsus Has A Worldwide Impact

February 4, 2016 NEW?YORK (AP) — Some travelers are trading in Caribbean and Latin American vacations for ski trips and Hawaii as they rethink destination weddings, babymoons and other getaways in light of the Zika... more »»

Public Shut Out of Ohio County Board of Education Session

February 4, 2016 WHEELING — Ohio County Board of Education members met Wednesday for a “work session” to learn more about procedures for hiring a new superintendent, but members of the public weren’t privy to the... more »»

Public Excluded from BOE Work Session on Superintendent Hiring

February 3, 2016 Editor's note: This story has been updated and clarified. more »»

Wheeling Park High School Basketball Players Under Investigation

February 3, 2016 WHEELING — Law enforcement is involved in an investigation of a school bus incident allegedly involving multiple Wheeling Park High School boys basketball player. more »»

Nervousness In New Hampshire for Hillary Clinton

February 3, 2016 MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (AP) — Hillary Clinton emerged from Iowa with a razor-thin victory over Bernie Sanders — and a new round of nervous second-guessing from supporters. more »»

Zika Virus Alters Travel Planning for Pregnant Women

February 3, 2016 WHEELING — Area doctors advise pregnant women to stay away from regions where the Zika virus is present or, if travel is unavoidable, take precautions against mosquito bites. more »»

West Virginia Legislators Take $51.8M To Address Budget

February 3, 2016 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia’s Republican-led Legislature on Tuesday approved taking $51.8 million from reserves to avoid being late on the state’s bills amid a grim budget. more »»

Tyler County Education Association Lacks Confidence in Board of Education President Bonnie Henthorn

February 3, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — The union representing more than 80 Tyler County teachers has expressed a lack of confidence in county board of education President Bonnie Henthorn. more »»

Re-Vote on Ohio County Schools Superintendent Dianna Vargo's Contract is Sought

February 2, 2016 WHEELING — Ohio County Board of Education member Christine Carder believes a Dec. 29 vote not to renew the contract of Superintendent Dianna Vargo was a mistake, and she wants the board to reconsider. more »»

Bethlehem Apostolic Temple Invests In North Wheeling

February 2, 2016 WHEELING — Bethlehem Apostolic Temple officials hope to bake up business and interest in North Wheeling with the purchase of the former Bond Bakery building on Main Street, transforming the property... more »»

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