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Former student sues osteopathic school over handling of assault

A former student of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine is suing the school, claiming officials there mishandled her sexual assault complaint.

The lawsuit filed last week in federal court in Beckley comes after it was announced last...

Former student sues osteopathic school over handling of assault

A former student of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine is suing the school, claiming officials there mishandled her sexual assault complaint.

The lawsuit filed last week in federal court in Beckley comes after it was announced last ...

County Commission may sue former recycler

The Kanawha County Commission may sue an Ohio-based businessman who left the county’s recycling program in the lurch when he pulled out of the Slack Street recycling center in Charleston late last year.

Kanawha County Commissioner Dave...

Freedom executives re-arraigned on new indictment

Four Freedom Industries executives were re-arraigned Thursday afternoon on charged contained in a new indictment related to their involvement in the January 2014 chemical spill at the company’s Elk River operation.

Only former Freedom...

CAMC officials laud rating from national company

Charleston Area Medical Center is among the top 5 percent of best-performing hospitals in the country for the second year in a row, chief quality officer Dale Wood told CAMC’s Board of Trustees on Wednesday.

The 2015 Healthgrades...

State still hopes to turn ex-Navy base into prison

Proposals are moving forward with plans to convert a portion of the soon-to-be closed Naval Information Operations Command base in Pendleton County into a state prison, Corrections Commissioner Jim Rubenstein told legislators Thursday....

W.Va. GOP wants election changes in possible Manchin gov bid

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – As U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin considers a 2016 return bid for governor, Republicans hope to block West Virginia’s most prominent Democrat from handpicking his Senate successor for two years.

Should he reclaim his old ...

Two convicted in connection with three-state robbery spree

Two men involved in a three-state robbery spree that included a 2012 South Hills robbery in which the victim was shot and stabbed were convicted by a federal jury this week on charges of conspiracy and obstruction of justice.

U.S. Attorney Booth ...

Knapper’s buzzer-beater lifts South Charleston over Huntington

HUNTINGTON — Huntington didn’t make many mistakes in the final minute against South Charleston Wednesday night, but a big one for the Highlanders was leaving six seconds on the clock — enough time for...

Hunters kill 105 deer during Morgantown’s 2014 urban hunt

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Hunters killed fewer deer during Morgantown’s 2014 urban archery hunt than they did the previous year.

The city said Thursday that 105 deer were killed during the four-month hunt that ended Dec. 31....

Town hall focus on West Side revitalization

No one person has all the answers when it comes to reducing crime and poverty on the West Side, but the combined efforts of the entire community would make a difference, a longtime West Side business owner told a group of attendees at a town hall...

Clarification

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – In a Jan. 28 story, The Associated Press reported that Southwestern Energy expects to employ up to 400 full-time workers by the first quarter’s end. The story should have specified that some of those will be vendors...

W.Va. lawmakers pass bill allowing well pad permit transfers

CHARLESTON, W.Va — State lawmakers have approved a bill letting companies transfer oil and natural gas horizontal drilling well permits. The change would help Southwestern Energy Co., which bought $5 billion in assets from Chesapeake Energy...

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