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Friday January 12, 2018

Senator Mullins plans to resign today

Mullins intends to focus on his private business, friends say.

Two federal inmates plead guilty to weapons charges

U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart commended the Federal Bureau of Prisons for their work investigating these cases. 

One dead after domestic-related shooting in Harrison County

The incident happened on Jones Run in Lumberport around 8:40 p.m. Thursday.

Thursday January 11, 2018

DHHR releases opioid response plan

The proposal includes six approaches to respond to issues stemming from risky opioid use and fatal overdoses.

Teen in custody after alleged carjacking

Justin Wilson, 18, of Sissionville, allegedly carjacked a Putnam County Public Service District vehicle and led authorities on a pursuit.

Sunken towboat causing problems on Big Sandy

The Kenova water system intake was closed Thursday, with the state Department of Health and Human Resources citing concerns of possible water contamination.

Charleston Gazette-Mail is being prepped for sale, documents state

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia’s largest newspaper is being marketed for sale, according to court documents filed this week. Bankruptcy may also be a part...

Homicide investigation launched in death of Greenbrier County man

Officers from the Greenbrier County Sheriff's Office and West Virginia State Police found the body of Clarence Sheppard, 72, Sunday at his Rupert apartment.

Tebow bill moving again

Legislation vetoed last year by Gov. Jim Justice.

Thrasher says increased funding for Commerce much needed

Cabinet secretary says state needs to get in front of more site consultants.

Suspect at large following Morgantown bank robbery

Anyone with any information is asked to call the Morgantown Police Department at (304) 284-7522.

Police searching for “armed and dangerous” man after Beckley incident

Randolph Stump is believed to be armed and dangerous.

American Red Cross experiencing blood shortage this winter

Winter weather has led to cancellations of more than 150 American Red Cross blood drives nationwide, leading to an urgent blood shortage this season.

In high spirits, WVU President Gee looking forward to returning to work after operation

Gee fainted at the Pittsburgh International Airport after returning from a 10-day trip to see his grandchildren.

Kanawha delegate calls for closer look at Supreme Court spending controversy

Del. Mike Pushkin wants House Judiciary Committee to investigate whether Chief Justice Allen Loughry should be impeached.

Messy weather headed to W.Va.

Starting with rain, ending with snow....and in between a lot of nasty weather making for slick roads

Walmart to boost starting salaries for hourly workers, provide bonuses

The starting salary for all hourly workers in the United States will increase to $11-an-hour.

WV sees 10 percent increase in flu cases at MedExpress centers

Out the 18 states MedExpress serves, West Virginia had the second highest amount of flu cases reported this season.

The Thrasher Group supports Robinson Grand’s capital campaign in a big way

The Thrasher Group has donated $100,000 to the Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center to assist in renovation and restoration of one of Clarksburg’s most historic landmarks.

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