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Workman to serve as Supreme Court’s next chief justice

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Supreme Court has chosen Justice Margaret Workman to serve as chief justice in 2015.

The court said Tuesday that justices unanimously approved Workman to serve as chief justice at their last...

Workman to serve as Supreme Court’s next chief justice

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Supreme Court has chosen Justice Margaret Workman to serve as chief justice in 2015.

The court said Tuesday that justices unanimously approved Workman to serve as chief justice at their last...

Trivillian’s Pharmacy owner Butterfield charged with Medicare scheme
Trivillian’s Pharmacy owner Butterfield charged with Medicare scheme

The owner of Trivillian’s Pharmacy and the pharmacy itself were charged Tuesday by federal prosecutors with billing Medicare for drugs that were never dispensed.

Paula Butterfield was charged by information with making a false statement...

State troopers give motorists $100 bills instead of tickets

PRINCETON, W.Va. – Several motorists in the Princeton area got a surprise when they were pulled over by West Virginia State Police troopers.

Instead of a ticket, the troopers gave each motorist a $100 bill.

First Sgt. M.R. Crowder...

WVU delays Mountain State purchase decision
WVU delays Mountain State purchase decision

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia University’s governing board is taking an additional week to decide whether to retain exclusive rights to purchase Mountain State University’s campus in Beckley.

Officials on Monday...

Editorial: Holiday messages

In this season of kindness, we often reprint a universal message that has been voiced by all the world’s major religions and many philosophers. Christendom calls it the Golden Rule. Here, in historical sequence, is the age-old...

Fire destroys childhood home of former W.Va. Gov. Marland

GLEN ROGERS, W.Va. – A fire has destroyed the childhood home of former West Virginia Gov. William Marland.

WVVA-TV reports that the fire occurred Sunday at the house in Glen Rogers.

The house is now owned by Michael Foye’s...

Martinsburg hospital installs baby video monitors

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – University Healthcare Berkeley Medical Center has installed a video system that allows new parents and family members to check in on their infants in the neonatal intensive care unit anytime and from anywhere.

A...

Man accused of threatening Manchin found competent for trial

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A federal judge has found a man competent to stand trial on charges of threatening to kill U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin.

Steven Anthony Major is accused of making at least eight threatening phone calls to Manchin’s...

Ex-store manager pleads guilty in state bath salts case

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – A former store manager has pleaded guilty to federal charges stemming from a synthetic drug investigation.

Media outlets report that 59-year-old John Skruck pleaded guilty on Monday to synthetic drug conspiracy and...

Teen expecting child looks for help

Natalie is a teenager who is expecting a child in February.

She is living with her parents, who are both disabled. They are excited about the upcoming birth of their first grandchild, but are struggling financially.

And now there will be a ...

City planning panel OKs rezoning for rehab center near Capital High School

Charleston City Council’s Planning Committee approved a proposed zoning amendment on Monday that would change 44 acres near Capital High School from an R-4 designation to a Professional or Medical Campus.

The measure will now go to City...

Nevada drubs Marshall 83-55

RENO, Nev. — Marshall’s miseries continued, this time three time zones to the west.

The Thundering Herd shot a chilly 25.8 percent from the floor (17 for 66),...

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