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2 new members named to West Virginia Board of Education

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Board of Education has two new members. Gov. Jim Justice announced Tuesday the appointments of Deborah Sullivan and...

Rock falling between roof bolts caused miner’s death, federal agency concludes

CHARLESTON, WV (WV  MetroNews) — The federal Mine Safety and Health Administration says a Lincoln County miner who was killed because of an accident died as a result...

Mental Health Awareness Month

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is encouraging everyone to show support for our nation’s veterans by helping to foster a positive national conversation...

Critics: DuPont spent more on legal fees than chemical tests

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Critics say DuPont has spent too little on testing Ohio and West Virginia residents for contamination from a chemical used to make Teflon, while...

A Kanawha County man has admitted to stealing mail

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A Kanawha County man has admitted in federal court that he stole a box of checks and other mail from the Elkview area. Media outlets...

Investigators Searching For Suspects In Oak Hill Homicide

This year’s Easter Sunday began with a tragedy in a neighborhood in Oak Hill. Janet Garrett, who was living on Berry Street, was killed after two men with a gun...

Discounted Mammogram Clinics

Next month, the WVU Cancer Institute and the University Healthcare Regional Cancer Center will offer discounted mammogram clinics. The clinics will be available at...

West Virginians pay the least in federal taxes

WASHINGTON (AP) – Americans are preparing to meet the Tuesday deadline for filing their federal income tax returns. Data from the IRS and the Census Bureau show...

Man accused of hitting 6-year-old boy because child ate last breadstick

MASON COUNTY, WV (WCHS/WVAH) — Mason County deputies said a man faces charges after a 6-year-old boy said he smacked him in the face because the child ate the last...

Marshall hosting suicide prevention event

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – Marshall University’s Department of Social Work will host a suicide prevention event on April 20 at its Huntington campus. The...

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