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Names in the games: UTEP coach reprimanded; MEC baseball poll; Capital’s Dorian Etheridge

Coach reprimanded by Conference USA

Texas-El Paso assistant coach Phil Johnson received a letter of reprimand from Conference USA for throwing a folded up sheet of paper on the floor during the Miners’ game at Marshall last...

Names in the games: UTEP coach reprimanded; MEC baseball poll; Capital’s Dorian Etheridge

Coach reprimanded by Conference USA

Texas-El Paso assistant coach Phil Johnson received a letter of reprimand from Conference USA for throwing a folded up sheet of paper on the floor during the Miners’ game at Marshall last week....

A hazy shade of winter (photos)
A hazy shade of winter (photos)

Green Bank Telescope produces images of passing asteroid and its tiny moon
Green Bank Telescope produces images of passing asteroid and its tiny moon

Images of a 70-meter moon orbiting an asteroid measuring 300 meters across as it passed 745,000 miles from Earth were recorded earlier this week by astronomers using the Green Bank Telescope, in Pocahontas County, and NASA’s Deep Space Network...

SSAC’s Ray will retire next January
SSAC’s Ray will retire next January

The state Secondary School Activities Commission is looking for another leader.

Gary Ray, the executive director of the state’s governing body for high school and middle school sports, has decided to step down from his position next...

Blankenship lawyers want more time to look at media coverage

Lawyers for former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship want more time to gather and review television coverage so they can argue in favor of moving Blankenship’s criminal trial out of Southern West Virginia, according to newly unsealed records...

Hotel developer meets CURA deadline; expected to present plans at next meeting

A developer has met the Charleston Urban Renewal Authority’s deadline regarding the potential construction of a new hotel downtown.

KM Hotels, a company based in Richmond, Virginia,...

DEP concerned about flexibility on EPA’s power plant rules

Lawmakers should be cautious in limiting the flexibility state regulators have to draw up a plan for West Virginia to meet the Obama administration’s eventual rules to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plants, Department of...

Former employee sues state Public Defender office

An attorney is suing his former employer, the West Virginia Public Defender Services, claiming he was fired for raising concerns about the office.

Duane Rosenlieb Jr. worked for the public defender services office as their appellate director,...

Rockway cleared after rockslide on Sissonville drive
Rockway cleared after rockslide on Sissonville drive

Sissonville Drive near Washington Street West has been reopened, following a rockslide and water main break that took place Friday morning, said a Kanawha County Metro 911 dispatcher.

There were some rocks and a large amount of water in the...

Bulletin Board: Jan. 31, 2015

Cancer fundraiser

Brickhouse Cardio Club South Charleston will sponsor a fundraiser from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday to benefit the American Cancer Society. They will be collecting turbans for patients who are experiencing hair loss while...

Church activities: Jan. 31, 2015

Charleston Baptist Temple will sponsor the W.E.L.L. “Wednesday Evening Learning for Living” program at 7 p.m. each Wednesday at its location, the corner of Quarrier and Morris streets. The evening of Bible study and fellowship focuses on ...

Chandler Academy and Belle Elementary dismissing early

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Two area schools are dismissing early today because of heating or water issues.

Chandler Academy will be letting students out at 9:15 a.m. today because of the lack of water according to a notification from Kanawha County...

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