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Dunbar bar that was site of shooting surrenders license

A Dunbar bar is closing after surrendering its liquor license, following a shooting and investigations by the West Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Administration and Dunbar Police Department.

ABCA spokesman Gig Robinson said Friday the state...

Dunbar bar that was site of shooting surrenders license

A Dunbar bar is closing after surrendering its liquor license, following a shooting and investigations by the West Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Administration and Dunbar Police Department.

ABCA spokesman Gig Robinson said Friday the state...

Water intakes turned back on in Greenbrier County

LEWISBURG -- About 12,000 people in Lewisburg and surrounding areas will regain access to clean water over the next several days, according to the Greenbrier County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

A tanker spilled nearly 4,...

Companies bid millions to drill under state lands in W.Va.

By Jonathan Mattise

The Associated Press

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia officials have opened millions of dollars in bids to drill for oil and natural gas beneath state-owned lands, including...

W.Va. proposes fees in tank law to prevent chemical spills

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — State environmental regulators say the highest-risk above-ground storage tanks could face a $375 annual fee in a law to protect water supplies.

Department of Environmental Protection...

Diesel spill fouls Lewisburg water source
Diesel spill fouls Lewisburg water source

LEWISBURG, W.Va. — Unlike a lot of people in downtown Lewisburg, Aggie Spence was open for business on Monday. But as of Monday afternoon, she said, she hadn’t had a single customer....

Secretary says fewer want to drill for gas on state land

Commerce Secretary Keith Burdette told legislators Monday there has been a dramatic drop-off in interest by natural gas drillers to bid on rights to drill on state properties — a decline he attributes to falling natural gas prices....

Solid Waste Authority to get free architectural services for new facility
Solid Waste Authority to get free architectural services for new facility

The Kanawha County Solid Waste Authority will receive free architectural services in designing a new facility to replace the crumbling Slack Street recycling center.

Meanwhile, the Solid Waste Authority’s governing board voted to ask for...

Schools for Deaf and Blind funding bill passes committee

A bill that would allow the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind to access more funding for construction projects unanimously passed a House of Delegates committee Monday.

House Bill 2160 would allow the Romney schools to apply for all...

Logan native handed $2,600 at drive-through
Logan native handed $2,600 at drive-through

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A Logan native has drawn widespread attention after ordering a spicy chicken sandwich and a sweet tea at a Burger King drive-through and getting $2,631 instead.

Janelle Rockhold Jones, of Rochester, New Hampshire,...

Boil-water advisories: Jan. 26, 2015

The city of Ronceverte has issued a boil-water advisory because of low pressure in the system.

A boil-water advisory for the Arnett System has been lifted by the Raleigh County Public Service District.

The Eastern Wyoming Public Service...

Capito talks politics with county commissioners
Capito talks politics with county commissioners

In her 14 years as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Shelley Moore Capito represented one-third of West Virginians.

As she told a meeting of county commissioners in Charleston on Monday, being a U.S. senator is different....

Study: Greyhound racing a bad bet for W.Va. economy
Study: Greyhound racing a bad bet for W.Va. economy

Subsidies from the state’s casino video lottery profits account for more than 95 percent of greyhound racing revenues, making it a bad bet for the West Virginia economy, an impact study commissioned by the Legislature concludes....

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