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Fayette County to require permits for injection wells, ponds

FAYETTEVILLE, W.Va. – Operators of future underground injection wells in Fayette County will have to obtain a permit from the county. Some residents say the move is a step in the right direction but does not go far enough.

The County...

Fayette County to require permits for injection wells, ponds

FAYETTEVILLE, W.Va. – Operators of future underground injection wells in Fayette County will have to obtain a permit from the county. Some residents say the move is a step in the right direction but does not go far enough.

The County...

W.Va. ban on trinkets touting elected officials now effective

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A West Virginia ban on publicly funded trinkets bearing an elected official’s name or likeness is becoming effective.

The law prohibiting elected officials from using taxpayer money for certain products and...

Federal officials reviewing disability benefits for 1,500

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Federal officials have confirmed that they are re-determining disability benefits for 1,500 people who were represented by attorney Eric C. Conn.

Social Security Administration spokeswoman LaVenia J. LaVelle told the...

Shot fired near Boone County grade school

NELLIS, W.Va. -- A gunshot prompted Boone County school officials to take security precautions at two elementary schools.

John Hudson, superintendent for Boone County Schools, said Nellis Elementary was placed on lockdown shortly before noon...

Judge orders Alpha to fund Blankenship’s defense

Alpha Natural Resources must pay for former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship’s legal costs as Blankenship fights an indictment charging him with mine safety and securities...

Report: Patriots to visit state, Greenbrier

ProFootballTalk.com is reporting the New Orleans Saints won’t be the only NFL team in the Mountain State this year.

The site says “per multiple sources, the [New England] Patriots intend to join the Saints for three days of...

Nonprofit Christian organization plans to open youth camp

MOUNT NEBO, W.Va. -- A nonprofit Christian youth organization is planning to open a state camp in Nicholas County.

Scott Berg, the state director of Young Life West Virginia, tells The Charleston Daily Mail the camp is in the final phase of...

Nicholas man shot during drug bust

MUDDLETY, W.Va. -- A Summers County man was shot during a drug bust late Wednesday in Muddlety.

West Virginia State Police spokesman Lt. Michael Baylous said troopers from the Richwood State Police detachment and...

Suspect sought in Charleston stabbing

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Charleston police are looking for a man who allegedly stabbed his brother late Wednesday.

Sgt. Tyke Hunt of the Charleston Police Department said Christopher Cranfield, 30, and Corey Cranfield, 26, got into an argument at an ...

Records show Moore refused to extradite fugitive in 1975
Records show Moore refused to extradite fugitive in 1975

COLUMBUS, Ohio – In 55 years as a fugitive, Frank Freshwaters got caught twice.

The first time, in 1975, the escaped Ohio inmate’s good behavior helped him avoid a trip back to prison when then-West Virginia Gov. Arch A. Moore Jr....

Man detained at Ruthlawn Elementary School

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Local police have detained a man who allegedly tried to crawl into a window at Ruthlawn Elementary School this morning.

A Kanawha County Metro 911 dispatcher said a man tried to crawl into a kitchen window at the...

CAMC sees revenue loss from Medicaid, Medicare patients

Charleston Area Medical Center Health System has seen less than half of its anticipated operational revenue for the year to date, caused primarily by a higher than expected proportion of Medicaid and Medicare patients versus those who are privately...

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