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Auto Show kicks off Friday at Civic Center
Auto Show kicks off Friday at Civic Center

Organizers say auto show offers variety of vehicles for every budget

By JARED HUNT

DAILY MAIL BUSINESS EDITOR

The latest in automotive styles and technology will be on display as the 2015 West Virginia International Auto Show...

Man to be extradited from W.Va. to N.C. to face murder charges

LEWISBURG, W.Va. — A suspect in a multistate crime spree will be transferred from West Virginia to North Carolina to face murder charges.

Media outlets report that Edward Watson Campbell, 54, of Alvin,...

Mountaineer Gas asks PSC to approve $12.2 million rate hike

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Mountaineer Gas is seeking state approval to raise rates by $12.2 million.

The Public Service Commission says the proposed 4.7 percent increase would raise the average residential...

Morgantown police buy 30 body cameras for officers

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Police officers in Morgantown now have video cameras attached to their uniforms to document daily activities.

The Dominion Post reported the department bought about 30 body cameras at ...

U.S. releases state sign-ups for health insurance marketplace

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Federal officials say more than 26,000 West Virginians have signed up for the health insurance marketplace under the program’s second open enrollment.

The U.S. Department of...

State justice attending drug, mental health court graduation

WELLSBURG, W.Va. — Supreme Court Justice Brent D. Benjamin will be on hand when the latest graduates of the Northern Panhandle drug and mental health court successfully complete the program.

While only...

Grand jury to decide if Wayne County shooting was self-defense

The fate of a Wayne County man who said he shot and killed another man in an act of self-defense last week will be left up to a grand jury, the Wayne County prosecutor said this week.

Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney Thomas Plymale has said he...

Gee wants WVU freed ‘to start generating additional dollars’
Gee wants WVU freed ‘to start generating additional dollars’

Staring Thursday at a newly released state budget proposal that would cut higher education funding for the third consecutive year, West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee said he would ask lawmakers to ease some regulations and purchasing...

Things to do today: Jan. 16, 2015

Music

BRAD PAISLEY with PARMALEE AND THE SWON BROTHERS: 7:30 p.m. Tickets $39 to $79. WVU Coliseum, Morgantown. Call 800-745-3000 or www.ticketmaster.com.

MARSHALL PETTY & THE GROOVE: 5 to 8 p.m. Free. 5 Corners Cafe, corner of Delaware...

Boil-water advisories

West Virginia American Water has lifted the boil-water advisory for about 150 customers in the Campbells Creek area of Kanawha County. The affected area included Campbells Creek Drive above Tad to the end of the line in the Blount area.

The...

Soap opera star to visit Town Center Saturday
Soap opera star to visit Town Center Saturday

Eric Braeden, longtime star of "The Young and the Restless" bristled slightly at the implication that there might be something easy about being an actor on daytime television.

"Most film actors would fall on their asses," he said. "They couldn't ...

Coonskin Park to revise gun restrictions
Coonskin Park to revise gun restrictions

People with valid concealed weapons permits may soon be allowed to carry guns into Coonskin Park.

Under current park regulations, firearms are banned from the park, and a sign at the park entrance says guns can’t be brought in....

After early scare, No. 1 South Charleston handles Parkersburg 63-47
After early scare, No. 1 South Charleston handles Parkersburg 63-47

When you are on top, there’s always someone trying to knock you off.

With the prestige of being one of the top teams in the state, there is an invisible target on your back. And for two quarters, Parkersburg was locked and loaded,...

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