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Human trafficking conference set in Morgantown

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – A workshop at West Virginia University will focus on issues related to human trafficking.

The free, private conference is set for Tuesday at WVU’s Life Science Building in Morgantown.

Among those invited...

Human trafficking conference set in Morgantown

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – A workshop at West Virginia University will focus on issues related to human trafficking.

The free, private conference is set for Tuesday at WVU’s Life Science Building in Morgantown.

Among those invited...

Twenty-three litter control grants awarded in West Virginia

Twenty-three litter control grants awarded in West Virginia

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The state Department of Environmental Protection has awarded more than $54,000 in grants for litter control programs to 23 communities, county commissions and ...

State man arrested after child found in hot car

WHEELING, W.Va. – A Wheeling man faces charges that he left his 18-month-old daughter in a hot car while he was asleep on a couch.

Media outlets report 33-year-old Cory Rockhold was arrested Thursday night after police found his daughter...

Two killed in crash in southern West Virginia

Two killed in crash in southern West Virginia

MADISON, W.Va. – Police in southern West Virginia say two men have died when their vehicle overturned outside Madison.

Media outlets report the accident occurred early Saturday on state...

Man fatally shot by police in Huntington bar

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Huntington police have fatally shot an armed man during an argument at a city bar.

Huntington police Capt. John Ellis identified the gunman as 37-year-old Robert Henderson. Ellis says Henderson was a native of the...

As TV ads kick off in W.Va.’s U.S. Senate race, coal is still the theme

West Virginians have seen more ads for the Senate campaigns in neighboring states than the one happening in the Mountain State. That will begin to change Monday, but the primary tenor of the campaign — promises from both candidates to stand up...

Rain barrels moving to the East End
Rain barrels moving to the East End

The painted rain barrels that have lined the sidewalk near Lee and Capitol streets will be moved today.

Lee Ann Grogg, with the Charleston Stormwater Department, said the barrels will be moving to Washington Street in the East End....

Innerviews: Chemical engineer living dream role as nonprofit CEO
Innerviews: Chemical engineer living dream role as nonprofit CEO

Reared in Guyana, she immigrated to New York as a teenager and envisioned a lifelong career in chemical engineering. Then that game-changing rascal called fate stepped in.

A chemical engineering post at Carbide brought her to...

Statehouse Beat: Republican complaints over ballot questions laughable
Statehouse Beat: Republican complaints over ballot questions laughable

I think we can all agree that Republican complaints of some sort of political chicanery behind the Democratic Executive Committee’s efforts to remove two House of Delegates candidates from the November ballot is laughable.

These are not...

Funerals for: July 28, 2014

Bird, Clarence G. 11 a.m., Matics Funeral Home, Clendenin.

Campbell, Carl H. Jr 2 p.m., Handley Funeral Home, Danville.

Chancey, Glen Roy 11 a.m., Gatens

Coffman, Zenola I. 1 p.m., Good...

Judy Kay Nicholas

Judy Kay Nicholas, 63, of Powellton, died July 26, 2014. She was born Oct. 20, 1950, in Fayette County, and was the daughter of the late Ray George and Irene Holcomb Parsons.

Judy was a member of Glen Ferris Apostolic Church, Glen Ferris, and...

Curtis Evan Kelley

Curtis Evan Kelley, 30, of Greenview, was born July 30, 1983, and went to a better place on July 26, 2014.

Curtis was a coal miner for Black Castle Mining/Elite Coal. He loved his job and the people he worked with. He enjoyed four wheeling and...

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