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Foul play not suspected in death of man found in Elk River
CHRIS DORST | Gazette
Foul play not suspected in death of man found in Elk River

Charleston Police are waiting for autopsy results to determine the cause of death for Ronald Belcher, 56, of Charleston, whose body was found in the Elk River Wednesday.

Belcher lived in Charleston Arbors apartment complex and worked at the...

Foul play not suspected in death of man found in Elk River
Foul play not suspected in death of man found in Elk River

Charleston Police are waiting for autopsy results to determine the cause of death for Ronald Belcher, 56, of Charleston, whose body was found in the Elk River Wednesday.

Belcher lived in Charleston Arbors apartment complex and worked at the...

After channels removed, some Suddenlink customers fume

Hours after Suddenlink cable customers in West Virginia had several Viacom-owned channels removed from their cable lineups, the companies disagreed on how negotiations to keep the channels in customers’ cable packages ended.

The break-up ...

As registration deadline hits, DEP explains long-term chemical tank safety plans
As registration deadline hits, DEP explains long-term chemical tank safety plans

As chemical tank owners across West Virginia scrambled to meet Wednesday’s deadline to register with state regulators, Department of Environmental Protection officials hosted an unusual daylong session to explain their long-term plan for...

Trans Energy pleads guilty to pollution violations

A St. Marys-based oil and gas company pleaded guilty Wednesday to three federal pollution charges, admitting in court that it dumped materials for its drilling operations into West...

Putnam puts kits to respond to shooters in schools

HURRICANE, W.Va. – After another school shooting this week – this one injuring a teenager in Louisville, Kentucky – Putnam County school officials let the community know Wednesday that they have become more prepared to deal with...

Readers Voice: Oct. 2, 2014

Express your opinion on any subject you wish. Not all comments are published. Call 304-357-4451 or email readersvoice@wvgazette.com.

We who are of Syrian/Lebanese descent in Charleston and throughout West Virginia are indebted to the American...

UC frosh seek fresh ideas in the autumn air (photo)
UC frosh seek fresh ideas in the autumn air (photo)

Streets to close for Rod Run Doo Wop

Streets and bridges in Charleston will be affected by this weekend’s 2014 Rod Run and Doo Wop.

Kanawha Boulevard will be restricted beginning Wednesday night between Leon Sullivan Way and Ohio Avenue on the West Side. One westbound lane...

Gary Zuckett: Let’s stop millionaire money in politics while we still can

For those who weren’t quite convinced of money’s corrupting influence on our elections and policymaking, leaked tapes of U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell addressing a Koch Brothers conference full of millionaire and...

Editorial: The widening gap

This state’s gulf between the privileged elite and average families is becoming more painful, according to the annual “State of Working West Virginia” report from the Center on Budget and Policy.

Between 1979 and 2011, it...

Janet Keating: ‘Hearing’ on Kanawha State Forest deaf to important testimony

By Janet Keating

Feeling both alarm and anger, I watched the state Surface Mine Board’s live-streamed hearing of the Kanawha Forest Coalition’s challenge of the KD#2 surface mine permit. The West Virginia Department of...

No mercy for killer of 90-year-old Kanawha City man

A man who murdered a 90-year-old Kanawha City man earlier this year was sentenced Wednesday to spend the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Anthony David Caldwell, 40, killed George Molle Jr. in Molle’s home on ...

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