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Photos: Steam meets stars, sky
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Photos: Steam meets stars, sky

Steam rises from the John E. Amos Power Plant as it towers above homes in Poca Circle. The plant is the largest utility in American Electric Power’s system.

Photos: Steam meets stars, sky
Photos: Steam meets stars, sky

Steam rises from the John E. Amos Power Plant as it towers above homes in Poca Circle. The plant is the largest utility in American Electric Power’s system.

Four men sought in Charleston armed home invasion
Four men sought in Charleston armed home invasion

Three men tried to kick in a door in a Charleston area home during an armed home invasion, police said.

It happened in the early morning hours of Sunday at a home in the 600 block of Gordon Drive in Charleston’s Fort Hill area. Janerio...

Alpha settles 3 lawsuits over W.Va. mines’ selenium discharges

BRISTOL, Va. — Seven Alpha Natural Resources affiliates in West Virginia will pay a $350,000 civil penalty to settle selenium discharge lawsuits.

Bristol, Virginia-based Alpha said the settlement resolves three lawsuits involving permits...

State’s schools preparing for spring tests

Student assessments won’t be administered until later this spring, but school officials are already preparing for the rigorous test and asking home school parents to be aware of what the state requires from their children.

The state...

Mystery donor slips $1,000 bill into Morgantown kettle

MORGANTOWN — A mystery donor in Morgantown is continuing a tradition that began in the late 1970s.

Every year since at least 1978, someone has slipped a $1,000 bill into a Salvation Army kettle in the city.

Salvation Army Lt. Allen...

MARSHALL BASKETBALL: Herd stays on the road to face Nevada on Monday night

The Marshall University men’s basketball team is on the road again Monday night. The Thundering Herd (4-7) plays at Nevada at 10 p.m., Marshall’s second of four consecutive games played away from home.

The Herd lost at Arkansas...

Authorities say gunman in N.Y. officer killings had long criminal history
Authorities say gunman in N.Y. officer killings had long criminal history

NEW YORK — The gunman who fatally ambushed two New York City police officers in their squad car had a long criminal record, a hatred for police and the government and an apparent history of mental instability that included an attempt to hang...

Sierra Leone urges safe burials to stem Ebola

Campaign pushes country’s residents to forgo traditions

US reviewing terror list after hack

HONOLULU — President Barack Obama says the United States is reviewing whether to put North Korea back on its list of state sponsors of terrorism as Washington decides how to respond to what he calls an “act of cybervandalism,” not ...

US coal mines nearing record low in worker deaths

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Less than five years after an explosion fueled by excess coal dust killed 29 men deep inside a West Virginia underground mine, the nation’s coal mines are on pace for an all-time low in work-related deaths....

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Outside receivers’ resurgence has sparked Herd offense
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Outside receivers’ resurgence has sparked Herd offense

BOCA RATON, Fla. — The challenge that Marshall football coach Doc Holliday set before his outside receivers has, in his eyes, been met.

The group was largely quiet during last season’s 10-win campaign, as quarterback Rakeem Cato...

WVU BASKETBALL: Huggins fires up Mountaineers in Gotham Classic win
WVU BASKETBALL: Huggins fires up Mountaineers in Gotham Classic win

NEW YORK — Bob Huggins has drawn the ire and the whistle of plenty of officials throughout a career that now features 750 wins after No. 22 West Virginia beat North Carolina State, 83-69, Saturday night before 8,088 inside Madison Square Garden....

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