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Streets of Ferguson remain calm after nights of violence
FERGUSON, Mo. — Ferguson’s streets were peaceful for a third night as tensions...
After guard’s death, firm told to require check-in
W.Va. to study fish life in river after chem spill
Demolition to start at Huntington housing complex

Cops and Courts

Cold Spot restaurant burns down; people asked to avoid area
Firefighters who responded to a blaze at the popular Cold Spot pub in Dunbar say the building is...
Board denies John Lennon’s killer parole
Hearing board recommends W.Va. judge suspension
Man hit, killed by train in southern W.Va.

Sports

Chuck McGill: WVU smart to let Joseph play his style, but limit wear and tear
Karl Joseph is a bandit now, and he’s not going to keep his hits holstered.The...
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Hunter gets comfortable again in return to linebacker
BOYS SOCCER: New faces abound for defending champ GW
BOYS SOCCER: Charleston Catholic hopes experience carves path to states

Opinion

Philip Maramba: His bargain with the community suits him to a T (shirt)
On football season, team apparel and shopping local
Short takes on veterans, fracking, military equipment and Spider-Man
Hats Off to AEP’s cost-saving ingenuity
Michelle Malkin: The Ferguson feeding frenzy

Business

Heating/air conditioning giant opening warehouse in South Charleston
Warehouse, distribution center latest in series of new businesses to open on redeveloped land
Charles Ryan and Associates founder honored
Jackson County sign company celebrates 30 years of business
Dollar-store CEOs clash

Food and Living

Diplomats barred from ice challenge
WASHINGTON — The charity stunt has lured athletes, celebrities, politicians and rock...
Community briefs for Friday, Aug. 22
Senator to lead third church
Photos: Marshall Thunder Herd invades Capital City

Arts and Entertainment

5 things to know about new ‘Doctor Who’ star Peter Capaldi
New season of “Doctor Who” debuts this Saturday on television and in theaters
Arts and culture briefs for Thursday, Aug. 21
New art show is a real ‘Nightmare’
Former Hendrix bassist Billy Cox headlining Live on the Levee

Obituaries

Mary U. Lipscomb
Mary Uldean Whitten Lipscomb, 88, of Kimberly, entered Heaven on Aug. 19, 2014.She was...
Roberta Lee Coleman
Betty Geral Lane
Flora Kerwood Eskridge