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Man brandishes knife, demands drugs at Parkersburg pharmacy
Man brandishes knife, demands drugs at Parkersburg pharmacy

PARKERSBURG -- A Parkersburg man who wanted prescription medication brandished a knife and made threats at a pharmacy Monday, according to the Parkersburg Police Department.

Joseph Michael Shuman, 37, allegedly refused to drop the approximately...

Man brandishes knife, demands drugs at Parkersburg pharmacy
Man brandishes knife, demands drugs at Parkersburg pharmacy

PARKERSBURG -- A Parkersburg man who wanted prescription medication brandished a knife and made threats at a pharmacy Monday, according to the Parkersburg Police Department.

Joseph Michael Shuman, 37, allegedly refused to drop the approximately...

Man pleads guilty to St. Albans robbery from November

St. Albans police have solved a November armed robbery at El Dorado Club, according to a news release.

Joseph Michael Eads, 30, of St. Albans, fired a shot into the ceiling of the bar, then fled in a small red car after taking an undetermined...

Veterans Affairs to reopen outpatient clinic in Maxwelton

MAXWELTON, W.Va. – A veterans outpatient clinic in southern West Virginia that’s been closed since last fall is set to reopen Friday.

Media outlets report that Department of Veterans Affairs officials announced the clinic’s...

Former Capital High principal pleads not guilty

Clinton Giles walked into the courtroom Tuesday morning and shook hands with several men who had come to support him before pleading not guilty to the misdemeanor charge of failing to immediately report an alleged sexual assault at Capital High School....

Equipment problems hamper snow removal in Beckley

BECKLEY, W.Va. – Equipment problems are hampering Beckley’s efforts to dig out from more than 2 feet of snow.

Mayor Bill O’Brien tells The Register-Herald that crews are working around the clock to clear the city’s...

Several areas under boil-water advisories

Several areas are under boil-water advisories in the state and one advisory was lifted. They include:

West Virginia American Water has issued a boil-water advisory for approximately 200 customers in the upper elevations of the Edgewood area in...

Bill would allow concealed firearms without permits

Concealed weapons permits would no longer be necessary for persons wanting to carry concealed firearms, under legislation advanced by the Senate Judiciary Committee Monday (SB347).

“The vote you’re about to take is a vote for your...

Allegiant to offer flights from Bridgeport to Myrtle Beach

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. – Allegiant Air plans to offer direct flights from north central West Virginia to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, beginning this summer.

The Exponent Telegram reports that the flights from North Central West Virginia...

Healthy hearts the aim of grant money in Va., W.Va.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – More than $644,000 in grant funding aimed at promoting healthier lives in Appalachia is being awarded to care providers in Virginia and West Virginia.

The grants are from the AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation and are...

Seasons coming to close for many game species in state

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia is reminding hunters and trappers that seasons are ending this week for several species of game.

The Division of Natural Resources says hunting and trapping seasons for red fox, gray fox, bobcat and ...

Venue for Wheeling mayor’s speech changed due to leaky roof

WHEELING, W.Va. – A leaky roof has forced Wheeling officials to move the mayor’s State of the City address to a different venue.

Media outlets report that the leak developed in the historic Capitol Theatre’s roof over the...

Funerals for: February 24, 2015

Bell, Judy A. 11 a.m., Handley Funeral Home, Danville.

Black, Laura 11 a.m., Cunningham

Blake, Thomas J. 2 p.m., Stockert

Burgess, Dolphine 11 a.m., Gatens

Core, John 1 p.m., ...

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