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NYC tries to ease Ebola fear after doctor infected
NEW YORK (AP) — Officials tried to tamp down New Yorkers’ fears Friday after a...
Carper to visit West Virginia to stump for Tennant
Campaign notebook: Tide turning in 2nd, 3rd district races
Partial solar eclipse gives skygazers glimpse of spectacular phenomenon

Cops and Courts

Police seeking driver who hit 2 kids in W.Va.
PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (AP) — Police in Parkersburg are looking for a driver who struck two...
Retired W.Va. judge killed in car accident
3 WVU students expelled over postgame riots
Man accused of Little General convenience store robbery


Mountaineer GamedayCHARLESTON, W.Va. — 0 — Fumble! WVU and Oklahoma...
WVU FOOTBALL: Mountaineers, Cowboys favor deep passes
MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Sane tries to evolve in new system
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd wants to keep hot starts going against Florida Atlantic


Michelle Malkin: The Hunter Biden chronicles
Younger Biden is the poster child for what hypocritical liberals rail against
Editorial Cartoon for Friday, Oct. 24, 2014
Editorial: Changes could lower the state’s health costs
Editorial: Base the economy on carbon, chemicals and creativity


W.Va. grist mill featured on stamp
UPS item issued last month features autumn scene at Babcock State Park
Amazon expecting weaker holiday season
Lottery to introduce $5 Monopoly-themed game
Yeager pulls PEOPLExpress contract, seeking new carriers

Food and Living

Annual Kanawha book sale goes on, despite festival’s demise
Kanawha library forced to cancel book festival, but secondhand sale at Civic Center still on
Know Your Enemy: Oklahoma State Cowboys edition
Community briefs for Friday, Oct. 24
Refunds available for ‘Hero’s Salute’

Arts and Entertainment

Married “Hamlet” stars find joy in Shakespearean tragedy
The renowned American Shakespeare Center will perform at the Scottish Rites Temple on Capitol...
Love story precedes FestivALL Fall sponsors
Theater troupe brings “War of the Worlds” radio play to the stage
FestivALL Fall brings jam-packed weekend of family-friendly activities


Kyle Fields
Kyle Fields, 23, of Logan, died Thursday, October 23, 2014. Service will be 11 a.m., Monday,...
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