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Omission: Mayoral candidate left out of story

A story in Friday’s Gazette omitted a mayoral candidate. Independent Bill Carpenter is running for mayor in Charleston’s general election.

Correction

Based on incorrect information provided by a spokeswoman for the property owners, the Gazette inaccurately reported that a father crawled under the fence at the Top-O-Rock home with a group of teenagers. The father came to pick up his daughter.

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A March 9 story about West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey hiring a private lawyer to counsel him on whether he could take part in his office’s lawsuit against Cardinal Health should have stated that Morrisey was advised that no...

Correction: May 1, 2015

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — An article in Friday’s Gazette misstated the year state Treasurer A. James Manchin was impeached. It was 1989.

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An article in the Saturday Gazette-Mail about a 5k race to benefit crime victims misstated the day of the event. It is on Friday. Kanawha County Prosecuting Attorney Charles Miller is scheduled to speak around 11:30 a.m.

Clarification

The Moments in Time photo that ran in Monday’s Gazette of The People’s Store was taken in 1947. The People’s Store moved to 214-216 Capitol St. in 1928.

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A Sunday Gazette-Mail story about passage of a children’s immunization bill Saturday night misstated the actions of the West Virginia Supreme Court in a 2012 lawsuit filed by parents against the state. The Supreme Court dismissed the case as...

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An article in Thursday’s Gazette incorrectly reported the time for county school districts to submit waiver requests to the state school board to avoid making up canceled days. Districts can submit waiver requests starting April 1.

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Because of a reporter’s error, a story in Wednesday’s Gazette incorrectly stated the original charges against former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship. The original indictment charged Blankenship with three felony counts and one...

Clarification

Sen. Health and Human Resources Chairman Ryan Ferns, R-Ohio, said Thursday he took a bill to legalize medical marijuana off his committee’s agenda because he had received word from Senate leadership that House leaders would ...

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