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Woman dies after stabbing in Charleston; roommate charged with murder

A woman is dead after a stabbing on Charleston’s East End early this morning, and police have charged her roommate with murder.

Patricia Miller, 50, of Charleston, was charged with second-degree murder, police said at a news conference...

Woman dies after stabbing in Charleston; roommate charged with murder

A woman is dead after a stabbing on Charleston’s East End early this morning, and police have charged her roommate with murder.

Patricia Miller, 50, of Charleston, was charged with second-degree murder, police said at a news conference...

State getting $26 million in heating assistance

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia is getting $26 million in federal funding to help low-income families keep warm this winter.

The funding is part of a $3 billion package nationwide being released by the government under the Low Income...

Chemical incident at Yeager Airport “not an intentional act”

A chemical leak at Yeager Airport late Wednesday that sent two airport workers to the hospital and closed the airport for about three hours was an accident, airport officials believe.

“There was no indication it was intentional at all,...

With amendment, Boy Scouts would bring new level of events
With amendment, Boy Scouts would bring new level of events

MOUNT HOPE — Gary Hartley, communications director at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, wants the Summit to become a national destination. Hartley said the only things limiting the summit’s facilities reaching...

Ohio doctor pleads guilty to drug charges in W.Va.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – An Ohio doctor faces up to nine years in prison after pleading guilty in West Virginia to federal drug charges.

U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin says Dr. Robert Timothy Hogan of Coolville, Ohio, wrote more than 160 illegal...

Transfers poised to make big impact in Big 12
Transfers poised to make big impact in Big 12

KANSAS CITY — College basketball these days is becoming a game of free agency.

That’s not news, of course. It’s been the case for more than a few years. Once upon a time the complaint was that if ...

State unemployment rate holds steady in September

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate held steady at 6.6 percent in September.

WorkForce West Virginia says that rate translates to 52,800 unemployed in the state, up 2,200 from a year ago. The...

Chesapeake selling Marcellus assets in W.Va., Pa.

HOUSTON -- Southwestern Energy will spend about $5.38 billion to acquire drilling assets in West Virginia and southwest Pennsylvania now owned by Chesapeake Energy.

The acquisition includes 256 operated and producing horizontal wells in the...

Dave Hickman: Petty a Chip off the old block

MORGANTOWN — At first I wasn’t sure I’d heard him right because the comment didn’t seem to raise even an eyebrow among a small group of media types gathered around Bryce Petty this summer in...

WVU campaign surges to nearly $800 million

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – A historic fund-raising campaign for West Virginia University is nearing the $800 million mark.

The WVU Foundation announced Wednesday that the campaign has reached $791 million, an increase of nearly $20 million over...

Charleston to see raining pumpkins

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The forecast in Charleston calls for raining pumpkins.

Today is the 16th annual Capital City Pumpkin Drop. Sponsored by BridgeValley Community and Technical College, the competition involves students from across West...

Gov. Tomblin names policy chief

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has tapped a communications professional as his director of policy.

Lawrence J. Malone will succeed Hallie Mason, who left the Tomblin administration this past spring. Malone’s appointment...

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