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UC men’s soccer No. 2 nationally

The University of Charleston moved up to No. 2 Tuesday in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America national college rankings for NCAA Division II men’s soccer.

It’s the highest ranking in school history for the Golden...

UC men’s soccer No. 2 nationally

The University of Charleston moved up to No. 2 Tuesday in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America national college rankings for NCAA Division II men’s soccer.

It’s the highest ranking in school history for the Golden...

Editorial: Eric Holder, law warrior

America’s first black U.S. attorney general — Eric Holder, whose resignation is pending — set an impressive record as the nation’s top official lawyer.

He attacked America’s shameful rate of imprisonment, which ...

First Ebola case diagnosed in United States

DALLAS -- Federal health officials have confirmed that a patient being treated at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for the Ebola virus.

The case announced Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control is the first Ebola case diagnosed in the...

CAMC used water during ban, fired employee says

A woman claims she was fired from Charleston Area Medical Center after she refused to cook and clean with tap water while a do-not-use order was in effect during January’s water crisis.

Terri Williams, of Fayette County, filed a lawsuit...

W.Va. developer to pay $1.7M to fix units not accessible to disabled

Charleston developer Douglas Pauley has agreed to spend $1.7 million to renovate 30 apartment complexes in West Virginia so they’re accessible to people with disabilities, according to a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department....

Neighborhood watch group warns of scammer impersonating police officer

Some Charleston residents have reported receiving phone calls from scammers pretending to be from the Charleston Police Department, an officer said.

A neighborhood watch group sent an email alert about the scam on Monday.

In one case, a...

Prosecutor agrees to DNA testing at Marshall

An attorney representing a man charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of Kareem Hunter last year said Tuesday he would allow prosecutors to use the only DNA evidence they have for one test.

Ed Rebrook represents Miguel Quinones, 36, of...

Utility, rail property values increase in state

Investments by electric power, natural gas pipeline and cellphone companies increased the assessed value of property owned by utility companies and railroads in the state by $411.15 million in the past year, Jeff Amburgey, state Property Tax Division...

St. Albans man admits role in slaying

A St. Albans man admitted in court Tuesday that he gave his girlfriend a suggestion about how to dispose of her mother’s body.

Shawn Legg, 31, pleaded guilty to attempted accessory after the fact to murder in the slaying of Eva Linda...

State wants to redefine ‘full-time’ college status

Federal financial guidelines require a college student to take 12 credit hours each semester in order to be a labeled full-time student, but more and more education officials say that’s not enough if students want to complete their degrees on...

Four recommended to fill Zakaib’s spot on Kanawha bench

The West Virginia Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission has recommended four of the 13 who applied to temporarily replace Kanawha County Circuit Court Judge Paul Zakaib.

Webster J. Arceneaux III, Gary E. Pullin, Joanna I. Tabit and Lisa A....

Name of the game: Pocahontas County hosts annual Roadkill Cook-off
Name of the game: Pocahontas County hosts annual Roadkill Cook-off

It was a beautiful day in Pocahontas County. The hills were awash in color, though still a couple of weeks from peak hues.

In Marlinton, the typically sleepy streets were abuzz with a crowd of thousands who’d come to celebrate the...

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