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Jared Hunt column: Columbia Pipeline Group to spend billions after split

Columbia Pipeline Group, which will be spun off from Merrillville, Inc.-based NiSource Inc. on July 1, plans to invest billions of dollars to triple its amount of natural gas project investments through 2020, the company announced last...

Billionaire Justice aims to self-fund in W.Va. governor race

Three decades after Republicans dared Jay Rockefeller to “spend it all” in a campaign for governor, billionaire businessman Jim Justice will help bankroll his own Democratic run for the state’s top executive job.

In the 1980 ...

GW girls, Capital boys win state titles
GW girls, Capital boys win state titles

The George Washington girls lacrosse team got goals from seven players and knocked off Morgantown 11-8 to win the West Virginia State Lacrosse Association championship Saturday at Buckhannon-Upshur High School in Buckhannon.

Also Saturday,...

Danny Jones re-elected to historic 4th term as mayor
Danny Jones re-elected to historic 4th term as mayor

Mayor Danny Jones was re-elected to a fourth term Saturday, becoming the longest serving mayor in Charleston history, as he handily defeated his two challengers: Democrat Paul Monroe and William Carpenter, an independent.

Jones, a Republican,...

Capital High rape defendant arrested

Dallas King, the 17-year-old Capital High School student who admitted to forcing a 15-year-old female student to have sex with him in the school earlier this year, has been arrested.

On Friday, Kanawha County Circuit Court Judge Jennifer Bailey...

Charleston man charged with murder in heroin overdose

A Charleston man was charged Saturday night with first-degree murder in the death of a woman who overdosed on heroin he allegedly gave her.

Steven Craig Coleman, 27, admitted he gave heroin to Melody Ann Oxley, according to a criminal complaint...

Chief of NASA tells WVSU grads to ‘be fearless, dream big’
Chief of NASA tells WVSU grads to ‘be fearless, dream big’

The head of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration addressed more than 260 graduates at West Virginia State University on Saturday, telling them to be bold and dream big, citing the example of a black women born 97 years ago in Greenbrier...

Wiepper family seeks to sell portrait of street personality
Wiepper family seeks to sell portrait of street personality

Charleston portrait artist and sculptor Bernie Wiepper left behind several public pieces around the city when he collapsed and died in 2009 at age 84 in the midst of doing a painting at his West Side home.

Most notable of all is the 10-foot-tall ...

Photos: South Charleston honors U.S. armed forces
Photos: South Charleston honors U.S. armed forces

Recognizing West Virginia’s ‘budding writers’
Recognizing West Virginia’s ‘budding writers’

The director of a statewide student writing contest said she is “tickled” with the work West Virginia’s young people are producing.

“What you get is probably students who gravitate toward writing,...

Funerals for: May 17, 2015

Anderson, Gina 7 p.m., Evans Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Chapmanville.

Cottrell, Michael 4 p.m., Fidler and Frame Funeral Home, Belle.

Eliason, Judith 5 p.m., Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston....

Della Mae Coleman

Della Mae Coleman, 76, of Belva, died Fri. May 15, 2015. Visitation will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Mon. May 18, at Pennington Funeral Home, Gauley Bridge.

Kourtney Kozak
Kourtney Kozak

Kourtney Rose Marie Kozak, 14, of Charleston, formerly of Milford, Del., received her wings at 10:10 p.m. on May 15, 2015, and went home to take her place in Heaven after a long and brave battle with Spinal Muscular Atrophy.

Her loving mother,...

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