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Mud run could be canceled
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Mud run could be canceled

This weekend’s Dirty Girl 5k Mud Run is in jeopardy. City officials and the Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau said Monday the race was canceled because of “financial issues” between the Dirty Girl Mud Run and Human...

Mud run could be canceled
Mud run could be canceled

This weekend’s Dirty Girl 5k Mud Run is in jeopardy. City officials and the Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau said Monday the race was canceled because of “financial issues” between the Dirty Girl Mud Run and Human...

Guilty plea in murder of Kanawha City man
Guilty plea in murder of Kanawha City man

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A Charleston man accused of killing a 90-year-old Kanawha City resident in his home in January pleaded guilty to the murder Monday morning as his trial was scheduled to begin.

Anthony David Caldwell, 40, killed George...

Raines among two GOP candidates targeted by Dems

State Democratic Party officials Monday filed legal complaints to remove two Republican House of Delegates candidates from the November general election ballot for allegedly failing to comply with residency and reporting requirements.

That...

Rabel joins race for Congress
Rabel joins race for Congress

A fourth candidate will be on the ballot for the U.S. House 2nd Congressional District this November.

Longtime national television reporter Ed Rabel announced Monday that he had received enough signatures to get on the ballot. An independent,...

State’s lottery profits fall $54 million

Staff writer

At $1.21 billion, state Lottery gross revenue for the 2013-14 budget year was down $114 million from the prior fiscal year, and the state’s share of profits fell $54 million to $533 million, the Lottery Commission was advised ...

Six injured when car hits van carrying prison inmates

SUMMERSVILLE, W.Va. -- Six people were injured this morning when a car hit a van carrying prison inmates near Peters Creek in Nicholas County.

Aramand Brouillard, of Belva, was driving on W.Va. 39 near the intersection of Peters Creek with a...

Boone volunteer firefighters charged in scam

WHARTON, W.Va. ­— The State Fire Marshal’s Office has filed felony criminal complaints against the chief and an officer of a Boone County volunteer fire department.

Ira Rash of the Wharton-Barrett Volunteer Fire Department is...

Thieves pose as antique dealers in St. Albans

The woman was robbed after letting the two men inside her home on Virginia Avenue North on the west side of St. Albans, Kanawha Sheriff’s Spokesman Brian Humphreys said.

One man distracted her, while the other stole a small amount of cash ...

Heritage Day held Saturday at Burnsville Lake

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will host a Heritage Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in the Bulltown historic area of Burnsville. The free annual event offers visitors a chance to experience farm life in central West Virginia through...

Boil

The Department of Health and Human Resources has lifted the boil-water advisory for the Crumpler Community Water service.

The Richwood Water department has lifted the boil-water advisory for Dain Street and Middletown areas.

Beckley Water...

Security guard included in state mine death count

West Virginia officials said Monday that they will include the April drowning of a security guard at a barge loading facility in Kanawha County in their count of this year’s coal industry deaths.

Eugene White, director of the state Office ...

Ex-DHHR worker admits stealing benefits

A former state Department of Health and Human Resources employee pleaded guilty to fraud in federal court on Monday.

Shannon Collins, 41, of Logan, admitted that in 2009, while she was a case worker for DHHR, she set up fake accounts so she...

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