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Webb Adds More Cities to Drug Lawsuit

CHARLESTON– Charles “Rusty” Webb will represent eight more West Virginia cities in a lawsuit against distributors of opioid drugs, similar to the cases settled...

Grand Opening of Greenbrier County VA Clinic

The ribbon was cut for the new, long-awaited Greenbrier VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic. Local and state leaders joined members of the community to celebrate the...

Summer Pool Season Is Approaching And Lifeguard Training Has Started

Lifeguard Training started Monday afternoon at Alpine Ministries on the campus of the Appalachian Bible College. Many eager trainees went through rigorous training to...

Many factors contribute to lower life expectancy in West Virginia

WHEELING, WV (WHEELING NEWS-REGISTER)  — A local health official believes many factors contribute to southwestern West Virginia’s “very low” life expectancy....

Beckley man charged with killing girlfriend's husband

BECKLEY, WV (BY: ALEX WIEDERSPIEL, WV METRONEWS) — The Raleigh County Grand Jury indicted more than 100 people in their May term, including a Beckley man facing...

Science Says: Medications prevent opioid addiction relapse

CHICAGO (AP) — Remarks by a top U.S. health official have reignited a quarrel in the world of addiction and recovery: Does treating opioid addiction with medication...

Delay in court case deepens health insurance uncertainty

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Trump administration and House Republicans are asking a federal appeals court for a 90-day extension in a case that’s casting a shadow...

With populations thriving, are bobcats the next urban pest?

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – Once almost impossible to spot, bobcats are on the rise across the country. Known as solitary and shy creatures, the cats are becoming...

Gov. Justice in Beckley tomorrow to celebrate school anniversary

CHARLESTON, WV (NEWS RELEASE)  – Governor Jim Justice will visit the St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School in Beckley on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 to issue a...

Fruit juice for infants is now a strict no-no, say new guidelines

NEW YORK (ABC NEWS) – Fruit juice for children younger than 1 year old is now a no-no, according to new guidelines by the American Academy of Pediatrics. The...

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