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Human trafficking conference set in Morgantown

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — A workshop at West Virginia University will focus on issues related to human trafficking.

The free, private conference is set for Tuesday at WVU’s Life Science Building in...

Human trafficking conference set in Morgantown

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — A workshop at West Virginia University will focus on issues related to human trafficking.

The free, private conference is set for Tuesday at WVU’s Life Science Building in Morgantown....

Election, ethics laws put agencies at odds

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Election law can be broken during primary, candidate still in running

By DAVE BOUCHER

Huntington to hire additional police officers

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — The city of Huntington is reallocating $500,000 in its budget to hire 10 new police officers to fight drug problems in neighborhoods.

The city council unanimously approved the move Thursday. It will...

Casey, Mooney meet in first debate
Casey, Mooney meet in first debate

Despite attacks,

candidates give similar

answers to energy,

education questions

NFL: Justice hopes Saints stay at Greenbrier a while
NFL: Justice hopes Saints stay at Greenbrier a while

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — When the Saints come marching in to The Greenbrier’s new 55,000 square foot sports performance enhancement facility Thursday, West Virginia will get its first brush with NFL football.

Greenbrier owner ...

US plans W.Va. refunds under Affordable Care Act

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — More than $900,000 in refunds from insurance companies are headed to 8,300 consumers in West Virginia.

Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell announced the payments Thursday, crediting the...

Republicans discuss Mooney’s chances in race

Race likely to come down to Mooney’s move and Casey’s ties, GOP supporters say

Federal agency pledges new chemical leak health studies

Federal researchers will test chemical

in Freedom leak for health information

W.Va. solid waste programs get $360,000 in grants

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Grants totaling $360,000 are headed to 29 solid waste authorities across West Virginia.

The grants approved by the Solid Waste Management Board are designed to assist local authorities on properly managing solid waste....

Fans invited to welcome Saints to Lewisburg
Fans invited to welcome Saints to Lewisburg

CORRECTION: This story was updated to reflect the location of public parking and shuttle pick-up for guests.

The New Orleans Saints will touch down in Lewisburg today for the second half of the team’s preseason training camp, and...

Hurricane city council discusses sprayground, future changes to ensure safety of children
Hurricane city council discusses sprayground, future changes to ensure safety of children

The sprayground in Hurricane City Park has gained positive attention from neighboring cities since it first opened to the public in 2012, but now its popularity is becoming a problem.

Ben Newhouse, the city manager of Hurricane, said managers...

US: W.Va. man sold turtles out of state

RAVENSWOOD, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia man is facing federal charges of capturing wild Eastern box turtles and selling them to out-of-state buyers.

Thomas Pepin of Ravenswood was charged Tuesday with the unlawful transport and...

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