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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd’s Shuler could cap prolific career with milestone in Boca Raton Bowl
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd’s Shuler could cap prolific career with milestone in Boca Raton Bowl

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WVU goes to 11-1 with 77-44 win over Wofford

MORGANTOWN -- Well, if nothing else West Virginia’s basketball team seems to have earned the four-day holiday break it now enjoys.

Bob Huggins sent his players on their holiday ways Monday night, not to return until Friday night and...

City planning panel OKs rezoning for rehab center near Capital High School

Charleston City Council’s Planning Committee approved a proposed zoning amendment on Monday that would change 44 acres near Capital High School from an R-4 designation to a Professional or Medical Campus.

The measure will now go to City...

WVU crushing Wofford at halftime, 42-20

MORGANTOWN -- West Virginia seemed to put tonight’s game against Wofford in the bag right from the start.

The Mountaineers led 18-2 at one point before taking a 42-20 lead over the Terriers at halftime of their game at the Coliseum....

Girlfriend of alleged West Side shooter faces drug charges

The girlfriend of a man accused of killing a man last week now faces charges for her alleged role in the drug deal the parties were involved in that day, police said.

Tommissina Brooks was charged with conspiracy to possess drugs with intent to...

Appeals court strikes down North Carolina abortion law

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – A North Carolina law requiring abortion providers to show and describe an ultrasound to the pregnant woman is “ideological in intent” and violates doctors’ free-speech rights, a federal appeals court...

Officials: 22 indicted in multistate dog-fighting ring

BALTIMORE (AP) – After the raid of a violent, multistate dog-fighting ring, 22 people face charges and hundreds of dogs are in shelters, authorities said Monday.

A Baltimore grand jury returned indictments against 22 people involved in...

Woman injured, vehicles damaged by thrown rocks

Debbie Summerhill and her sister were returning from Christmas shopping Sunday night when she heard a loud boom and the sound of the passenger side window breaking.

“We thought I got shot,” she said.

While the sisters...

UC eliminating full-time MBA degree, may expand online offering

The University of Charleston will stop offering regular daytime master’s of business administration classes to students next year, but may expand its evening and online MBA offerings, according to a dean.

Scott Bellamy of the School of...

Christmas tree business winding down
Christmas tree business winding down

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — With the big day fast approaching, Christmas tree vendors are, frankly, ready to go home.

Charleston’s Whipkey Tree Farm has closed for the year, leaving the downtown Capitol...

Grand Prix thief breaks glass with vehicle, steals ATM
Grand Prix thief breaks glass with vehicle, steals ATM

Someone broke into Southridge Grand Prix by smashing through the glass front windows with an off-road vehicle on Monday morning, then made off with an ATM, according to police.

Sgt. Tony Hazelett of the Charleston Police Department said police...

New state fire marshal to emphasize education
New state fire marshal to emphasize education

West Virginia’s next state fire marshal plans to prioritize fire education once he starts his new position on Jan. 1.

Kenneth Tyree, of St. Albans, was chosen by the West Virginia Fire Commission at a Monday meeting. Tyree will retire...

Blankenship travel request denied by federal judge
Blankenship travel request denied by federal judge

A federal judge on Monday denied a request that former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship be allowed to “travel home for the holidays” as a condition of his bond.

U.S. District Judge Irene Berger denied the request made by...

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