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No to EPA, no to budget deficits, say congressional candidates
DAVID GUTMAN | Gazette
No to EPA, no to budget deficits, say congressional candidates

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. -- All of the major party candidates running for Congress in West Virginia’s 1st and 2nd Congressional Districts will work to rein in the Environmental Protection Agency and cut federal spending and none will vote...

No to EPA, no to budget deficits, say congressional candidates
No to EPA, no to budget deficits, say congressional candidates

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. -- All of the major party candidates running for Congress in West Virginia’s 1st and 2nd Congressional Districts will work to rein in the Environmental Protection Agency and cut federal spending and none will vote...

Military pilot in Virginia F-15 crash identified

WESTFIELD, Mass. – The pilot who was killed in the crash of an F-15 jet this week in the remote Virginia mountains has been identified.

Officials with the Massachusetts Air National Guard say Lt. Col. Morris Fontenot was the inspector...

State historic preservation grants available

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Division of Culture and History is accepting applications for historic preservation survey and planning grants.

The State Historic Preservation Office says about $800,000 in grants will be available...

Beckley man pleads guilty in Kareem Hunter murder

A Beckley man pleaded guilty this morning to first-degree murder in the brutal killing of Kareem Hunter.

Deveron Patterson’s agreement with prosecutors guaranteed he be given mercy, meaning he can be eligible for parole after 15 years....

Recycling subcommittee formed on City Council

A subcommittee of Charleston City Council’s environment and recycling committee was formed Thursday evening in order to address a lack of recycling participation in public housing and schools, among others.

At-large Councilwoman Kasey...

WVU cornerback, safety jobs still up in the air
WVU cornerback, safety jobs still up in the air

MORGANTOWN — As Dana Holgorsen contemplated the question of who would be assigned to cover Alabama’s All-America wide receiver Amari Cooper Saturday, he predictably mentioned sophomore cornerback Daryl Worley....

Mitch Vingle: A WVU secret that simply Glows
Mitch Vingle: A WVU secret that simply Glows

ATLANTA — If you promise not to tell anyone, I’ll let you in on a couple secrets.

The first has been blowing around WVU’s football team for a while now.

You know how Quinton Spain has...

Payne family to run with heavy hearts at Charleston Distance Run
Payne family to run with heavy hearts at Charleston Distance Run

There will be plenty of participants running with heavy legs by the end of the Charleston Distance Run on Saturday, but for Kathy Payne, her sons Tommy and Michael, and friends of the family also in the race, it will be more of a case of heavy hearts. ...

Friday cartoon
Friday cartoon

Mitch’s Matchups: WVU vs. Alabama

Special teams

Well, WVU knows Alabama has a problem with its field goal return defense. (See Auburn’s Chris Davis’ 108-yard touchdown in the 2013 Iron Bowl.) Otherwise, though, the Tide has the edge, despite a new punter and ...

Dave Hickman: For Saban, it’s all about ‘The Process’

ATLANTA — Nick Saban likes to talk about The Process, which anywhere else but Alabama isn’t necessarily capitalized.

That process is pretty basic, of course, and not all that unique. Tons of people talk about the process of doing...

Editorial: Will the world go for a carbon tax?

Next year could bring an international treaty that eventually would damage West Virginia’s coal industry, and the gas industry to lesser degree.

The controversial 1997 Kyoto Protocol against air pollution will expire in 2020. To replace...

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