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WVU FOOTBALL: Variables of Kiffin, QB make Alabama offense a mystery
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WVU FOOTBALL: Variables of Kiffin, QB make Alabama offense a mystery

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Every day throughout preseason practice, Tony Gibson would gather West Virginia’s defense, put what happened that day to the side and turn the group’s attention to the future. Every day, those Mountaineers...

Charges against son of W.Va. Supreme Court justice dismissed

Prosecutors on Wednesday dropped malicious-wounding charges against the son of West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Margaret Workman — but police say they stand by their report that led to charges being filed....

Tyler Childers plays solo showcase in Huntington Friday
Tyler Childers plays solo showcase in Huntington Friday

Working his way from the backroads of Kentucky to a club near you, Americana singer/songwriter Tyler Childers is making a name for himself with his thoughtful songwriting and earnest delivery that has been compared to everyone from Sturgill Simpson to ...

Testimony ends in Kanawha State Forest-area surface mine review
Testimony ends in Kanawha State Forest-area surface mine review

Testimony ended Wednesday in a hearing to decide whether to revoke a permit for the Keystone Development No. 2 surface mine adjacent to Kanawha State Forest, but it is expected to take a month or more until the West Virginia Surface Mine Board rules...

Tomblin has not named water panel members

More than four months after Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin signed into law legislation responding to the January water crisis, the governor has yet to appoint members of a new commission charged with coming up with other ways to improve protections for West...

Senate control could rest with well-funded women

WASHINGTON — The political tilt of the Senate during President Barack Obama’s final two years in office is likely to hinge on a handful of female contenders in tight and costly races, including one in West...

Judge allows new DNA testing in 1996 Putnam rape case

WINFIELD — A judge will allow new DNA testing that could exonerate a Hurricane man who’s spent more than 15 years in prison after being convicted of raping his 5-year-old daughter.

Putnam Circuit Judge ...

W.Va. drama to screen at Capitol Center Theater Thursday
W.Va. drama to screen at Capitol Center Theater Thursday

The Capitol Center Theater, 123 Summers St., will host the West Virginia premiere of “Moving Mountains” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The film by writer/journalist Penny Loeb, based on her award-winning book of the same name, stars Theresa...

Visit New Orleans via ArtWalk on Thursday
Visit New Orleans via ArtWalk on Thursday

This month’s Charleston ArtWalk runs 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at nearly two dozen downtown galleries and businesses. Among the participants is Gallery Eleven, 1025 Quarrier St., which will feature works by Jean Pennington (pictured) that were...

Date set for MCHM landfill trial

WINFIELD, W.Va. — A judge Wednesday set a Sept. 14, 2015, trial date for a proposed class-action lawsuit against the Hurricane landfill that accepted 228 tons of MCHM-contaminated wastewater, a lawyer in the...

Plan for rehab center near Capital High elicits anger

Capital High School parents and community members are concerned about plans for a drug rehabilitation center to be built near the school.

The Kanawha County school board voted Tuesday to donate 50 acres of school property located across the...

Saturday music and art festival honors Diamond Teeth Mary
Saturday music and art festival honors Diamond Teeth Mary

The fifth annual Diamond Teeth Mary Blues & Art Festival runs 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday at Harris Riverfront Park in Huntington. Charleston’s The Diablo Blues Band (pictured), Tee Dee Young, Ray Fuller & The Bluesrockers, Gary Applegate, the...

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