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Woman wins case against water company in Kanawha

A jury in Charleston ruled against West Virginia American Water Company on Wednesday and awarded a former insurance claims adjuster $500,000 in a tortious interference case.

While working for Travelers Insurance, Nicole Clevinger handled claims...

Woman wins case against water company in Kanawha

A jury in Charleston ruled against West Virginia American Water Company on Wednesday and awarded a former insurance claims adjuster $500,000 in a tortious interference case.

While working for Travelers Insurance, Nicole Clevinger handled claims ...

Gun rights supporters, law enforcement face off at Capitol
Gun rights supporters, law enforcement face off at Capitol

Gun rights supporters and law enforcement officers struck an uneasy tension at the state Capitol Thursday, largely staying separate from one another as they argued on opposite sides of a bill that would allow anyone in West Virginia, age 18 and older, ...

Things to do today: March 6, 2015

MARSHALL PETTY & THE GROOVE: 5 to 8 p.m. Free. 5 Corners Cafe, corner of Delaware Avenue and Virginia Street. Call 304-205-7817.

BALLROOM THIEVES AND QUIET: 8 p.m. Tickets $18.50. Soundcheck Series debut. Clay Center. Call 304-561-3570 or visit...

Winter’s last hurrah? Temperatures plummet again; more snow

PHILADELPHIA – Winter could have at least one more blast for much of the U.S. after the late-season snow stops falling: Record low temperatures are in the forecast for dozens or cities.

By midday Thursday, a strong cold front moving...

Snow bumps prep basketball games to Friday

Several Kanawha Valley basketball teams are still hopeful of playing their postseason games Friday following the latest blast of winter weather.

The Class AAA boys sectional pitting George Washington at South Charleston has been switched to 7 p....

Sobriety checkpoint scheduled near Rand

The Kanawha County Sheriff’s Department will conduct a sobriety checkpoint from 7 p.m. to midnight Friday on Midland Drive, near Rand.

Attempts to revive medical marijuana bill unsuccessful

An attempt to revive a medical marijuana bill was unsuccessful in the House of Delegates on Tuesday evening.

The bill would have established a state-regulated system of medical marijuana cultivation facilities and dispensaries to provide medical ...

Review: Deadmau5 releases popular remixes in new album
Review: Deadmau5 releases popular remixes in new album

For the past five years, electronic music artist Deadmau5 has experienced huge success in the world of electronic tunes.

Late last year, marking his fifth anniversary of music production, a compilation of some of his most popular songs was...

Getting to know Kanawha Co. Spelling Bee champions
Getting to know Kanawha Co. Spelling Bee champions

Both Lauren Volk and Varun Kukkillaya — Kanawha County’s representatives for the upcoming Gazette — Mail Regional Spelling Bee on March 14 — are seasoned at the academic competition.

Last year the two were the first...

Responding to sexual harassment, assault may not be easy

Sexual harassment or assault are serious, often times criminal, actions that can happen to anyone.

Because it is a real threat, whether you are in the 7th grade or 12th, it’s important to know how to identify sexual harassment and forms...

COMMENTARY: Top 5 “bingeable” shows on Netflix
COMMENTARY: Top 5 “bingeable” shows on Netflix

Netflix has a reign over our generation unlike anything this age of technology has seen.

Some could argue that it’s far more destructive when it comes to the likes of productivity and creative output for those of us who used to dream...

Poca High teen shares her story with cancer
Poca High teen shares her story with cancer

Everything was going well for Abby Parsons during her freshman year at Poca High School.

She was passing her classes; she had new friends and a boyfriend.

School ended in no time, and it was summer. Like it does every year, summer went...

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