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With power plant closure, Glasgow tax revenue to drop
With power plant closure, Glasgow tax revenue to drop

When plant closes, Glasgow will take a big tax revenue hit


Daily Mail STAFF

In 1953, Glasgow was rich — really rich.

The Kanawha River town’s 900 residents were driving on newly paved streets...

EPA wins another round on Spruce Mine veto

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday won another major legal victory in the long saga of one of the largest mountaintop removal mining permits in West Virginia history.

U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson concluded that the...

Charleston police arrest man in connection to Tudor’s break-in

Charleston police on Tuesday arrested a man in connection to a break-in at a Tudor’s Biscuit World over the weekend, Charleston Police Sgt. Tony Hazelett said.

Gregory Allen White, 33, of Charleston, was arrested at his home on Lee Street ...

Report shows unbalanced growth amid recession recovery
Report shows unbalanced growth amid recession recovery

The recent recession may have ended, but West Virginia workers aren’t better off than they were before, according to the annual “State of Working West Virginia” report from the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy.


Morrisey bids to prosecute criminal cases
Morrisey bids to prosecute criminal cases

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia’s county prosecutors told the Supreme Court on Tuesday they don’t want Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and his lawyers prosecuting criminal cases in their courtrooms.

“Never before...

First Ebola case diagnosed in United States

DALLAS (AP) -- A patient being treated at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola, the first case of the disease to be diagnosed in the United States, federal health officials announced Tuesday.

Officials at Texas Health Presbyterian...

Suddenlink drops Viacom channels following pricing dispute

Suddenlink Cable will drop several popular channels from customers’ cable packages beginning Wednesday, after the company failed to reach an agreement with Viacom.

Due to the change, customers will lose multiple channels, including MTV,...

Kanawha Senate candidates talk guns, W.Va.’s future
Kanawha Senate candidates talk guns, W.Va.’s future

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Republican newcomer Ed Gaunch, who is running for the state Senate in the 8th District, supports home rule for West Virginia’s cities, including allowing cities to establish their own gun laws.

“I think...

House ballot vacancy argued at Supreme Court
House ballot vacancy argued at Supreme Court

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Arguments before the West Virginia Supreme Court Tuesday on the issue of filling a ballot vacancy in the 35th House of Delegates district in Kanawha County became a confusing debate over who should have done what and when....

UC men’s soccer No. 2 nationally

The University of Charleston moved up to No. 2 Tuesday in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America national college rankings for NCAA Division II men’s soccer.

It’s the highest ranking in school history for the Golden...

Editorial: Eric Holder, law warrior

America’s first black U.S. attorney general — Eric Holder, whose resignation is pending — set an impressive record as the nation’s top official lawyer.

He attacked America’s shameful rate of imprisonment, which ...

CAMC used water during ban, fired employee says

A woman claims she was fired from Charleston Area Medical Center after she refused to cook and clean with tap water while a do-not-use order was in effect during January’s water crisis.

Terri Williams, of Fayette County, filed a lawsuit...

W.Va. developer to pay $1.7M to fix units not accessible to disabled

Charleston developer Douglas Pauley has agreed to spend $1.7 million to renovate 30 apartment complexes in West Virginia so they’re accessible to people with disabilities, according to a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department....


West Virginia’s bowhunters are primed for early season opener