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MIKE CASAZZA: WVU special teams can’t withstand more mistakes

MORGANTOWN — What Dana Holgorsen will admit is special teams is a variable affecting the performance of his West Virginia football team. That’s akin to conceding to gravity, especially in the wake of a second straight game marked by...

Feds raid Trivillian’s Pharmacy, in Kanawha City
Feds raid Trivillian’s Pharmacy, in Kanawha City

Federal Drug Enforcement Agents swarmed Trivillian’s Pharmacy, in Kanawha City, Wednesday morning and remained there into the afternoon.

U.S. Health and Human Services and Medicaid fraud investigators also were inside, according to a DEA ...

Charleston’s East End, West Side Main Street groups to merge

Organizations that represent and promote two of Charleston’s primary neighborhoods have decided to merge.

East End Main Street and West Side Main Street boards of directors met...

CAMC Memorial’s new Emergency Department nears completion
CAMC Memorial’s new Emergency Department nears completion

After nearly a decade of planning and years of work, CAMC Memorial Hospital’s new emergency department will be operational by the end of October, according to hospital officials.

Members of the CAMC board of...

Morrisey says Gazette FOIA lawsuit waste of time

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed against him by The Charleston Gazette, saying the newspaper’s complaint includes a series of false charges that seek to “impugn” his...

Kanawha City bank robbed for third time since 2012
Kanawha City bank robbed for third time since 2012

The Fifth Third Bank in Kanawha City was robbed at gunpoint on Wednesday for the third time since 2012.

Police hadn’t found the suspect as of late Wednesday afternoon.

The suspect carried a handgun and wore a mask, then fled with...

Constitutional amendment would keep Boy Scout summit tax exempt
Constitutional amendment would keep Boy Scout summit tax exempt

On Nov. 4, West Virginia voters will decide if they want to amend the state Constitution to benefit nonprofit organizations that focus on “adventure, educational or recreational activities for young people” and also own property worth at ...

Charleston beauty school could lose federal financial aid for students
Charleston beauty school could lose federal financial aid for students

The Charleston School of Beauty Culture is in danger of losing its federal financial aid for students.

The school is the only one in West Virginia that’s at risk of having funding pulled because too many students have failed to pay back...

Cancer advocacy group to host fundraiser

An organization that aims to help cancer patients with travel assistance, patient navigation and other services will host a fundraiser Friday. Walking Miracles will host an art auction and wine tasting event Friday at the Woodrums Building at 206...

Bids to frack under Ohio River in W.Va. due Thursday

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A deadline to bid on the right to drill for oil and natural gas under parts of the Ohio River is approaching.

Sealed bids are due Thursday afternoon for drilling rights on state-owned land under 22 miles of the river....

Police say elementary school student had gun on school bus

A first grade student from Midland Trail Elementary in Belle took an unloaded gun onto a school bus Wednesday afternoon, according to a release from the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office.

Another student told the bus driver that the first...

Editorial: Poverty

The good news is that, across America, poverty is decreasing as the nation continues recovering from the ugly 2008 Great Recession. Incomes are up, especially for those in the over-$100,000 bracket.

The bad news is that West Virginia...

Cartoonist Diller reflects on unusual career
Cartoonist Diller reflects on unusual career

Brad Diller has been a dishwasher, baker, short-order cook, bartender, carpet layer, writer and chief financial officer and president of a printing company.

“I am ambitiously irresponsible,” Diller said Wednesday....

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