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Virginia couple sues Charleston lawyer Humphreys

A Virginia couple is suing a Charleston lawyer, who is a former state senator, claiming he lied for more than eight years and made them believe he filed a lawsuit on their behalf.

The Tazwell County, Virginia, couple is suing Jim Humphreys and...

Virginia couple sues Charleston lawyer Humphreys

A Virginia couple is suing a Charleston lawyer, who is a former state senator, claiming he lied for more than eight years and made them believe he filed a lawsuit on their behalf.

The Tazwell County, Virginia, couple is suing Jim Humphreys and...

Infant safe sleep practices promoted in pilot project around state
Infant safe sleep practices promoted in pilot project around state

HUNTINGTON -- The numbers are daunting. The most recent statistics from 2012 showed that 42 children -- about one child every 10 days -- died from unsafe sleep practices across West Virginia.

On Thursday, First Lady Joanne Jaeger Tomblin...

Boil-water advisory

The Raleigh County Public Service District has lifted the boil-water advisory for customers of the the Arnett System.

Mount Olive inmates can now pursue college degrees in theology

Inmates at the state’s only maximum-security correctional facility for men can now pursue a four-year college degree, according to a statement from the West Virginia Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety.

This week, nearly 30...

New game combining golf, soccer gets W.Va. course

PIPESTEM, W.Va. – A game that combines two very different sports is getting a test run at Pipestem Resort State Park.

Called FootGolf, the game borrows from soccer and golf. It uses a regulation soccer ball on a course with 21-inch...

Judge extends protective order against Plants; calls behavior ‘mind-boggling’
Judge extends protective order against Plants; calls behavior ‘mind-boggling’

A family court judge has extended a domestic violence protective order against Kanawha prosecutor Mark Plants until December. She calls his behavior “mind-boggling.”

Cabell County Family Court Judge Patricia Keller also continued...

Local school boards’ roles could change

The West Virginia Board of Education is considering major reform for the state’s school system, which would change the way local school districts operate.

Education leaders are examining ways to restructure the state’s 55-district ...

Arabs vow to help fight ISIS army
Arabs vow to help fight ISIS army

JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia — Key Arab allies of the United States pledged Thursday to help in the battle against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria army, promising to stop the flow of fighters and funding to the...

Autumn means activities in West Virginia
Autumn means activities in West Virginia

Associated Press

Autumn’s arrival in West Virginia means the leaves and the weather will be changing – and the fun is just getting started.

Celebrations of the legend of Mothman, parachute-jumping, roadkill and leaf-peeping...

Health-care quality project launches in W.Va.

Choosing Wisely, a national initiative of the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation, is a program geared toward ensuring that health-care providers are providing the right treatments when necessary. More than 60 medical specialty societies...

Heartland approved for remodel

Heartland of Charleston -- a skilled nursing facility in Kanawha City -- is on its way to getting a new look.

The city’s Board of Zoning Appeals approved a conditional use permit on Thursday that would allow the facility, located at 3819...

C8 panel says it didn’t rely on ex-WVU researcher

A panel of scientists that linked exposure to the DuPont Co. chemical C8 to human illnesses said Thursday those findings did not rely on the work of a former West Virginia University researcher whose qualifications have been questioned by a national...

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