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Tennant may have violated election laws at polling place
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Tennant may have violated election laws at polling place

The state’s chief election officer may have violated state election laws when she brought a group of supporters to the Kanawha County Voters Registration office today.

On Wednesday, the first day for early voting in West Virginia,...

Trial reset for men accused of shooting downtown bouncer

The trial of two men accused of shooting a Charleston nightclub bouncer in April has been moved to next year.

Attorneys for Tasheem A. Collins and George Edward Sawyer, both of Charleston, asked a judge during a hearing Wednesday to delay the...

Out of money, W.Va. broadband council ends 5-year run

After a five-year run, the West Virginia Broadband Deployment Council likely held its last meeting Wednesday, releasing a financial statement that showed a wireless Internet provider in Wheeling and an out-of-state consultant received the bulk of the...

Get your game on at CharCon
Get your game on at CharCon

Get your game on this weekend when CharCon, Charleston's annual gaming convention, returns for year eight at the Charleston Civic Center.

This year's theme is superheroes. The convention features three days of card games, board games, role-...

Rosie the Riveter Association seeks contacts

Rosie the Riveter Association seeks contacts

Editor:

American Rosie the Riveter Association is trying to locate women who worked on the home front during WWII. Thousands of women worked to support the war effort as riveters, welders,...

Man robs Pizza Hut; steals employee’s car

A man robbed the Pizza Hut on Maccorkle Avenue in South Charleston at knife-point late Tuesday, then stole an employee’s vehicle, police say.

Police are still looking for the white male who brandished a knife and stole money from the cash ...

The Jasons on the ‘RFC MINI SHOW’

The latest “RFC MINI SHOW,” starring The Jasons, is online now at the PopCult blog (blogs.wvgazette.com/popcult). The “Friday The 13th”-inspired horror punk band from Crystal Lake, New Jersey (by way of the Mountain State), ...

Manchin, Whitehouse tour W.Va. energy production, look for climate solutions
Manchin, Whitehouse tour W.Va. energy production, look for climate solutions

On environmental issues, Sen. Joe Manchin represents the most conservative wing of Senate Democrats, while Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., is pretty close to the party’s left wing. But the two are working to find common ground on climate...

DEP revokes water lab’s certification after guilty plea

West Virginia regulators have revoked the state certification for a Raleigh County laboratory, following the guilty plea of a lab supervisor who admitted he and other employees...

Trial for man charged in Marmet slaying moved to next year

The trial of a man charged in the death of Kareem Hunter has been moved to next year to give his attorney more time to prepare.

Miguel Quinones, 26, of Charleston, is charged with first-degree murder in the brutal slaying of Hunter, 28, at a...

No trick: Across US, Halloween bumped for football

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – When Halloween falls on a Friday in communities where high school football is king, it’s time to reschedule the holiday.

Communities from West Virginia to Texas are saying they’re OK with celebrating...

Suspect in ex-NFL player robbery faces new charge

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – A West Virginia man accused of robbing a former NFL player is facing a new charge.

The Herald-Mail reports that a Berkeley County grand jury indicted Roger C. Doleman, 28, of Martinsburg on Tuesday on one count of...

W.Va. public broadcasting receives $750,000 grant

BECKLEY, W.Va. – The federal government has awarded a $750,000 grant to the West Virginia Educational Broadcasting Authority to upgrade infrastructure.

The funding will be used to transition the authority’s television studio in...

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