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Dirty Girl Mud Run won’t issue refunds

Participants who registered for this weekend’s canceled Dirty Girl Mud Run won’t receive any refunds “under any circumstances,” according to a post on the organization’s Facebook page.

About 2,500 people...

Dirty Girl Mud Run won’t issue refunds

Participants who registered for this weekend’s canceled Dirty Girl Mud Run won’t receive any refunds “under any circumstances,” according to a post on the organization’s Facebook page.

About 2,500 people...

Kroger recalls fruit because of Listeria concerns

Kroger is joining other national grocery store chains recalling more than 15 fruits items purchased between June 1 to July 20.

The fruits may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, which may cause severe illness to pregnant women and...

NPS assesses impact of state attractions

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The National Park Service is tallying up the number of visitors to West Virginia scenic attractions and how many dollars they drive to local communities.

The report looked at attendance in 2013 at the New River Gorge...

W.Va. solid waste programs get $360,000 in grants

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Grants totaling $360,000 are headed to 29 solid waste authorities across West Virginia.

The grants approved by the Solid Waste Management Board are designed to assist local authorities on properly managing solid waste....

One dead after vehicle rolls over Nicholas mountain

BELVA, W.Va. ­— One person was killed after a sport-utility vehicle rolled 225 feet over a mountain in Nicholas County Monday night, police said.

The driver, John Henry Kinser, 56, was ejected from...

County exploring ways to remove prosecutor from office

Kanawha County commissioners are trying to figure out whether they can use an obscure section of the state’s tax code to remove Prosecuting Attorney Mark Plants from office.

Commissioners Kent Carper, Dave Hardy and Hoppy Shores are...

Man shot in hand near state Capitol
Man shot in hand near state Capitol

Teresa Burdette didn’t know what was going on, but she had a good idea — and a bird’s-eye view.

From her porch on the 2200 block of Washington Street East, she saw the caution tape, the men getting their pictures taken by...

Water main break lifts road in South Charleston

The water shooting up under the ground lifted part of the road between Irving and Chestnut streets about a foot and a half, according to South Charleston Police Cpl. J.F. Amburgey.

The water main break happened around 3 p.m. and the road was...

Police: infant dies after parents sell formula to buy drugs

A 20-month-old infant died from anemia and malnutrition after his Mason County parents traded his formula in for money for drugs, according to state police.

Jimmie Edwards, 25, of Milton, is charged with child abuse causing death, while Carla...

W.Va. customers’ health insurance subsidies in peril

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A ruling issued by a federal appeals court Tuesday has called into question whether West Virginia will be able to offer health insurance subsidies through the Affordable Care Act.

In its decision, the U.S. Court of...

Freedom executives want legal costs paid

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The nearly $3 million settlement Freedom Industries has reached with its insurance company has hit a potential snag, as former officers of the bankrupt company try to force that insurer, AIG Specialty, to pay their personal...

Campers talk education at Capitol
Campers talk education at Capitol

Courtney Fogle, 14, likes school, but she’s concerned that other kids don’t take it seriously.

“It’s fun to me,” Fogle said. “I like to learn new things [but] kids don’t care. I don’t know...

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