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Rare penny fetches $750 during online auction

Staff reports

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A West Virginia resident successfully bid $750 for a rare copper penny, while two other state residents drove up the bidding process during the latest online property auction set up by State Treasurer...

Rare penny fetches $750 during online auction

Staff reports

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A West Virginia resident successfully bid $750 for a rare copper penny, while two other state residents drove up the bidding process during the latest online property auction set up by State Treasurer...

Investigations lead to animal cruelty, dog-fighting charges

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Investigations into animal cruelty allegations at opposite ends of the state earlier this week led to charges against two people and the rescue of 24 farm animals in Kanawha County and 21 pit bulls allegedly used in a dog-...

Ambulance Authority to pursue regional training center
Ambulance Authority to pursue regional training center

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Members of the Kanawha County Emergency Ambulance Authority are one step closer to creating a regional training center with the purchase of the former Charleston Work Release Center building on Brooks Street.

The...

Judge to be sworn in in northern WV circuit

MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. — A new circuit judge will be sworn in to a seat in the Second Judicial Circuit.

The circuit serves Marshall, Tyler and Wetzel counties.

A ceremony has been scheduled for...

WV’s 2014 decision to end gay-nuptials ban affirmed in ‘incredible, history-changing moment’
WV’s 2014 decision to end gay-nuptials ban affirmed in ‘incredible, history-changing moment’

Seven months after same-sex marriage began in West Virginia, with couples streaming to county courthouses on the first day it was legal, there is now no going back.

On Friday morning, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the U.S....

WV officeholders unenthusiastic over marriage ruling

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — On the day the U.S. Supreme Court granted same-sex couples in all 50 states the right to marry, elected officials and political leaders across West Virginia had mostly negative reactions to the historic decision.

Gov....

Police: W.Va. woman, son beat man who didn’t pay bill

BECKLEY, W.Va. — A Wyoming County woman and her son have been arrested after police say they beat a man who had refused to pay his full utility bill.

The Register-Herald reported Thursday that Anita Gail ...

Authorities ID Va. man who drowned in Greenbrier River

HINTON, W.Va. — Authorities have identified a Virginia man who drowned in the Greenbrier River while trying to help two swimmers.

West Virginia Division of Natural Resources officers tell media outlets...

Tomblin: No prevailing wage July 1 due to lawmakers

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Blaming inaction by state lawmakers, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s administration says the state’s prevailing wage will disappear July 1 for a short-term lapse that is creating...

W.Va. leaders don’t love road tax hike; some won’t rule it out

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia leaders aren’t thrilled by suggestions to raise taxes, tolls and fees to fix the state’s roughed-up roads, particularly as they approach a feisty election year....

Water service restored to most after Dunbar break

West Virginia American Water on Friday afternoon restored service to more than 20,000 customers, most of those who have had little or no water pressure since Tuesday evening.

According to a news release the company sent about 4 p.m., water was...

Capital playing 9-game schedule in football

Last year, it was unintentional. This year, it’s just unfortunate.

For the second straight year, it looks like Capital will be playing just a nine-game regular season football schedule. The defending Class AAA champion Cougars were not...

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