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Gliding into town: Dancing with the Stars tour heads to Charleston
Gliding into town: Dancing with the Stars tour heads to Charleston

Professional dancer Emma Slater admits she didn’t have a “Plan B” career-wise.

From the time that she was 10, the “Dancing With The Stars” performer has always just danced.

“I saw a demonstration...

Statehouse won’t pursue Robin Davis case

Staff writer

Despite calls from a legal organization to investigate the handling and subsequent dismissal of a complaint against state Supreme Court Justice Robin Davis, the chairmen of the West Virginia Legislature’s House and Senate...

Bureau works to stop payday lending industry abuses

The federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is working on creating stronger federal regulations to control consumer abuses by the payday lending industry.

The West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy is supporting the Bureau’s...

Gliding into town: Dancing with the Stars tour heads to Charleston
Gliding into town: Dancing with the Stars tour heads to Charleston

Professional dancer Emma Slater admits she didn’t have a “Plan B” career-wise.

From the time that she was 10, the “Dancing With The Stars” performer has always just danced.

“I saw a demonstration...

Boil-water advisories

West Virginia American Water has lifted the boil-water advisory for approximately 125 customers on Log Town Road and all side streets off of Log Town Road in the town of Ansted in the company’s New River system.

The McDowell County ...

FEMA approves $7.7M in state homeland security funds

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved $7.7 million in funding for emergency preparedness and homeland security programs in West Virginia.

U.S. Sens. Joe Manchin and Shelley Moore Capito announced the...

WVU student team selected for solar home building contest

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – A team of students from West Virginia University has been selected to participate in a national solar home building contest.

WVU students will combine their efforts with students from a college in Rome, Italy, as part ...

Two children injured after homemade bomb thrown into window

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Two Huntington children have been injured after a homemade explosive was thrown into their living room.

Christy Cabell tells WCHS-TV that her children were taken to the hospital after a crudely constructed bomb made...

Man charged with second degree murder in Weirton slaying

WEIRTON, W.Va. – Weirton police have charged a man with second-degree murder in the death of another man whose body was found in a creek.

Weirton police chief Rob Alexander tells media outlets that “good, old-fashioned police...

Martinsburg considers expansion of nondiscrimination law

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – Martinsburg City Council members are considering adding sexual orientation to the city’s nondiscrimination ordinance.

Media outlets report that the council voted unanimously Wednesday night to authorize the...

Funerals for: July 30, 2015

Crouch, William J. 11 a.m., St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, St. Albans.

Drake, Ronald I. 1 p.m., Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway.

Graham, Robert 2 p.m., Wilson

Hager, Linda K. ...

Margaret "Missy" Davis
Margaret "Missy" Davis

Margaret "Missy" A. Davis, 54, of Charleston, passed away July 28, 2015 from an extended illness.

She was a former employee of BrickStreet.

Missy was preceded in death by her parents, Edward Davis Jr. and Peggy Davis.

She is survived ...

Charles "Bud" Withrow Jr.
Charles "Bud" Withrow Jr.

Charles "Bud" Withrow Jr., 60, formerly of Dunbar, and currently of St. Albans, passed away suddenly on Sunday, July 26, 2015.

As everyone who knew him would say, Bud always lived his life his way and made no compromises when it came to what he...

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