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Beckley police make arrest in pastor’s slaying

BECKLEY -- Police have arrested a woman for allegedly killing a pastor at his home in Beckley.

Camille Brown, 19, of Beckley, attacked Ronald Browning, 68, with a weapon, Detective Morgan Bragg said. He said police responded to the scene at...

Beckley police make arrest in pastor’s slaying

BECKLEY -- Police have arrested a woman for allegedly killing a pastor at his home in Beckley.

Camille Brown, 19, of Beckley, attacked Ronald Browning, 68, with a weapon, Detective Morgan Bragg said. He said police responded to the scene at...

Senate vote on prevailing wage bill postponed

Action on a bill to repeal the state’s prevailing wage law (SB361) was postponed Monday, as Senate leadership and opponents of the measure try to work on possible compromises.

“We’re working together to try to get something...

Measures would weaken W.Va. water quality protections

A year after a toxic leak contaminated drinking water for 300,000 residents, West Virginia lawmakers are considering a series of proposals that would weaken a new chemical tank safety law, remove stronger pollution protections for streams across the...

Capital High principal retires after alleged delay in reporting assault
Capital High principal retires after alleged delay in reporting assault

Capital High School Principal Clinton H. Giles has retired, after being charged last week with failing to immediately report an alleged sexual assault at his school

Giles -- who led Capital, Kanawha County’s largest school in the last...

UC pharmacy school taken off accreditation probation

The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education has taken the University of Charleston’s School of Pharmacy off probation.

In July, the council placed the pharmacy school’s accreditation on two-year probationary status after a...

Davis won’t step away from nursing home case
Davis won’t step away from nursing home case

West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Robin Davis says she won’t recuse herself, as attorneys have asked, from a nursing home case after allegations were raised in a previous case that the plaintiff’s lawyer bought a jet from Davis’ ...

Marple lawsuit against school board moves forward

A judge Monday denied a request by an attorney for the West Virginia Board of Education to allow the Supreme Court to decide whether former state schools superintendent Jorea Marple was an at-will employee.

Victor Flanagan, the school...

Bulletin Board: Feb. 10, 2015

Legislative rally

The Coalition of Retired Public Employees will hold their annual legislative rally and free breakfast at 8 a.m. Tuesday in the Capitol cafeteria. All elected officials are welcome to attend and will be given the opportunity to...

Animal shelter hosts “Fifty Shades of Grey” adoption event

Are you a sucker for puppy love?

Then consider adopting a dog or a cat this week when the Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association Animal Shelter hosts its “Fifty Shades of Grey” adoption event. Today through Thursday, the shelter is...

Boil-water advisory

Lester Water Company has lifted the boil-water advisory issued for its customers in Lester.

Charleston excess levy up for renewal

Charleston’s decades-old excess levy is up for renewal in this year’s municipal election.

The levy has been in effect since the 1930s.

Finance director Joe Estep said the levy is expected to bring in about $4.7 million in...

Man arrested following high-speed chase

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A Charleston man allegedly led police on a high-speed chase through interstate traffic in a stolen truck with a meth lab inside on Sunday.

Robert Lee Gibson Jr., 49, of Rutledge Road, refused to stop when a Kanawha County...

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