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Questions remain as House resumes look at tourism tax credit extension

Bill would extend eligibility dates as more tourism businesses apply.  Full Story »

CSX employee struck and killed by train

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CSX Transportation is conducting an investigation. Full Story »

93 homes in RISE program completed; 2 final inspections conducted this week

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The inspections this week of a mobile home unit in Webster County and reconstruction project in Greenbrier County. Full Story »

Mountaineer Challenge Academy graduates new class

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Ceremony held Friday at Camp Dawson. Full Story »

Man arrested for murder in Fayette County

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Deadly shooting happened near Oak Hill Thursday night. Full Story »

Governor Justice takes constitutional questions over his residence to state Supreme Court

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Filing asks justices to halt lower court action in residency case. Full Story »

Mooney: Committee impeachment vote ‘one of the most shameful moments in our nation’s history’

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The House Judiciary Committee voted Friday to charge the president with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Full Story »

Morgantown effort helping keep kids warm

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Operation Warm a success once again. Full Story »

Candidate says backlash over salute photo isn’t enough; anti-discrimination policies need full look

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — One of the candidates for West Virginia governor says a photo of state Corrections trainees saluting like Nazis is unacceptable — but also... Full Story »

Trial in connection with 2017 jail escape to resume Monday

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Todd Boyes was on the run for several days following 2017 escape. Full Story »

Justice wants disabilities care program waiting list eliminated

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The governor has directed the DHHR to conduct a study. Full Story »

DEP, EPA working together on addressing ethylene oxide

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The EPA recently elevated the risk of ethylene oxide as a hazardous air pollutant compared to its previous analysis. Full Story »

West Virginia receives $38 million in federal funds to fight opioid epidemic

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U.S. Attorneys Mike Stuart and Bill Powell helped make the announcement. Full Story »

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