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Theatre W.Va. to return for 54th season

BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) — Theatre West Virginia is preparing to return for its 54th season following a shutdown caused by financial problems.

The Register-Herald reports that Theatre West Virginia has...

Theatre W.Va. to return for 54th season

BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) — Theatre West Virginia is preparing to return for its 54th season following a shutdown caused by financial problems.

The Register-Herald reports that Theatre West Virginia has...

Motive for W.Va. arson that killed 3 unknown

LITTLETON, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia State Police trooper says the investigation of an arson that killed three people is progressing. But the motive remains unknown.

The Jan. 13 fire at a house in Wetzel County killed 63-year-old...

Woman’s body found in Ohio River near E. Liverpool

CHESTER, W.Va. (AP) — Authorities in West Virginia are investigating a woman’s body that was found in the Ohio River near East Liverpool, Ohio.

Hancock County Sheriff Ralph Fletcher tells media outlets that workers at the East...

Marshall football: Herd’s Hunter returns to familiar territory
Marshall football: Herd’s Hunter returns to familiar territory

HUNTINGTON — D.J. Hunter has become used to change in his Marshall football career.

Since he first took the field for the Thundering Herd in 2012, he’s gone from strong safety to outside linebacker back to strong safety and, ...

Power baseball: Bats comes alive in doubleheader split
Power baseball: Bats comes alive in doubleheader split

The West Virginia Power hasn’t exactly shown a bunch of it at the plate during the early stretch of the South Atlantic League season.

The Power entered Wednesday’s doubleheader versus the Asheville Tourists last in the 14-...

Kanawha family court judge to retire this summer
Kanawha family court judge to retire this summer

Kanawha Family Court Judge Mike Kelly says he’s retiring before he gets burned out.

His eight-year term doesn’t end until 2016, but Kelly mailed letters last weekend to the Governor’s Office and the West Virginia Supreme...

Mike Casazza: NCAA change could shift recruiting practices

MORGANTOWN — On Tuesday, the NCAA didn’t merely budge. It relented. The governing body of college sports adopted a handful of shrewd rules that, it says, enhance the well-being of student-athletes. Chief among them is the one that will...

Prep softball: Sissonville tops rival Herbert Hoover, 13-4
Prep softball: Sissonville tops rival Herbert Hoover, 13-4

With five games scheduled this week against top five teams throughout the state, Sissonville softball coach Niki Gross knew it would be a huge barometer for the Indians to show where they were midway through the season.

The Indians have...

Prep softball: St. Albans knocks of No. 1 Hurricane

Those familiar with the HBO show Game of Thrones are likely well acquainted with the question, “You don’t want to wake the dragon, do you?”

After what transpired in St. Albans on Wednesday night, there are more than...

Prep baseball: Charleston Catholic beats No. 2 Valley

While Valley hit a couple home runs and scratched home a run to take an early lead on defending Class A champion Charleston Catholic, the Irish figured out a way to nickel and dime their way to a victory on Wednesday at Triana Field....

Prep roundup: Martinsburg beats S.C. at Mingo Bay baseball tourney

Martinsburg defeated South Charleston 4-1 at the Mingo Bay Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Johnathan Pauley gave up four runs on seven hits striking out three. Antonio Brown went 1-for-3 with an RBI. South Charleston falls to 6-6.

Scott 5,...

State wants swift ruling in whistleblower suit

An attorney representing the state Department and Health and Human resources asked a judge Wednesday to rule in the agency’s favor and throw out the claims filed against it in a lawsuit before the case goes to trial.

Two former DHHR...

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News

Kanawha family court judge to retire this summer
Manchin says he’s keeping 2016 options open
Streaky, the bald eagle, succumbs to injuries
State wants swift ruling in whistleblower suit
Kanawha judge to hear city’s petition over Plants

Business

Farm-to-table food trend spurring business opportunities in the Mountain State
Dutch Miller buys South Charleston auto dealership
Frontier, CWA extend contract a fourth time
Scriptures Cafe to open in Kanawha City
Minimum wage bus tour visits city

Opinion

Thursday cartoon
Dan Foster: Looking out for quality, as opposed to quantity, of life
Thomas Guetzloff: Chemical spill may inspire new scientists
Editorial: Pulitzers affirm public service of whistleblowers
READERS VOICE

Sports

Cal’s last stand: State splits DH with Concord
Hickman: Answer Dude applies logic to confusion
Roundup: WVU women land Juco guard
Versatile Phillip signs with WVU
Prep roundup: Catholic tops Valley

Life

Learn the art of sushi making at Uncork and Create’s ArtWalk event
On the move: Traveling Library celebrates 80 years in Kanawha County
The ‘eyes’ have it - Club asks for public input into next art purchase
Helping Out: April 16. 2014
Innerviews: At 90, nursing memories remain close to her heart

A&E

5 Questions ‘The Vagina Monologues’ returns
A&E events: April 17-23, 2014
Melissa Etheridge at Clay Center Thursday
WVSU stages ‘Little Shop of Horrors’
Wild Rumpus in Charleston Friday

Outdoors

‘New River Gorge of northern West Virginia’ to become DNR wildlife management area
Height of spring brings year’s best trout fishing
Report details deer farming’s pluses, minuses
‘Mistaken for game’ shootings can be avoided
Shalaway: Coming soon to a garden near you -- hummingbirds

Obituaries

Linda Joyce Woods
Robert F. Gunnoe
Curtis Aaron Adams
William Bradley
Orpha Opal Blevins