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A window into water woes (photo)
KENNY KEMP | Gazette
A window into water woes (photo)

A window into water woes (photo)
A window into water woes (photo)

W.Va. losing population faster than any other state

West Virginia is losing population faster than any other state in the country, according to newly released U.S. Census figures.

West Virginia lost nearly 3,300 residents last year, the Census Bureau said. That amounts to about 0.2 percent of the ...

Woman gets prison for falsifying water quality reports

A McDowell County woman will spend a year and a day in federal prison after she admitted to a federal charge of submitting false water pollution reports to the state Department of Environmental Protection.

Bonita Witt-Hird, of Thorpe, was also...

MVB Bank opens in downtown Charleston
MVB Bank opens in downtown Charleston

Featuring sophisticated new electronic machines to make deposits and withdraw cash, MVB Bank’s newest location opened in downtown Charleston Thursday.

New interactive teller systems, featuring live bank tellers who actually talk with you, ...

Feds investigated Trivillian’s for a year, warrant shows

Federal agents had been investigating Trivillian’s Pharmacy for about a year before prosecutors charged it and its lead pharmacist with health-care fraud, according to an application for a search warrant unsealed Thursday. ...

Governor vetoes ‘in God we trust’ bill for error

Public buildings in the state won’t be displaying the motto “In God We Trust” this year – after a bill with that requirement became the 14th that Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has vetoed this session for technical errors.

The ...

Retiring National Guard officer: Leadership should have done more in sexual assault case

A high-ranking female officer in the West Virginia National Guard said leadership didn’t do enough to discipline an officer accused of sexually assaulting and sexually harassing female soldiers.

But Maj. Gen. James Hoyer, the...

Blankenship presses for delay of trial

Defense lawyers for Don Blankenship pressed Thursday for a federal judge to delay the former Massey CEO’s criminal trial from its currently scheduled starting date of April 20.

Blair Brown, one of Blankenship’s attorneys, asked U.S....

General manager: Civic Center project unique

Dozens of attendees heard details of Charleston’s Civic Center project at the West Virginia Design Expo on Thursday.

John Robertson, general manager of the Civic Center, said the project is unique in that at least a year went into the...

Charleston man charged with filing false claims with IRS

A Charleston man was indicted Thursday on charges of filing false claims with the Internal Revenue Service.

Michael D. Jarrell, 39, is charged in a 12-count indictment with filing fraudulent individual income tax return forms for 2009 through...

Shot wiener dog expected to make full recovery
Shot wiener dog expected to make full recovery

Scooter is patient with his owner while he shows visitors the gunshot wounds on the Dachshund’s body.

It was one shot, but it created several areas of injury. The bullet went through Scooter’s right front leg, out his chest, into...

Work to begin on I-64 bridge preservation project in Charleston

The West Virginia Division of Highways is preparing for the rehabilitation of 19 bridges along Interstate 64, beginning at the Eugene Carter Memorial Bridge (also known as Fort Hill Bridge) and ending where the Brooks Street on-ramp enters the...

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