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Advocates decry proposed change to waiver program
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Advocates decry proposed change to waiver program

DHHR says cuts would allow more people to participate while still offering benefits

Kanawha County man charged with shooting BB gun at police cruiser

A Kanawha County man was arrested Thursday for allegedly shooting out the windows of a Kanawha County Sheriff’s Deparment police cruiser with a BB gun.

Sheriff’s department spokesman Sgt. Brian Humphreys said the unoccupied cruiser ...

‘Nones’ spiritual but not religious, sociologist says
‘Nones’ spiritual but not religious, sociologist says

Most of the people in the United States who do not identify with any religion say they are spiritual in some way, but that doesn’t mean they are looking for a religion, a Pew Research Center sociologist said during a speaking event Thursday...

Dunbar man charged with kidnapping

A Dunbar man was arrested Thursday and charged with kidnapping for allegedly tying up his sister in her home earlier this week.

Zachary Keith Thomas, 26, of Dunbar, was arrested in South Charleston and charged with kidnapping, robbery and...

Kanawha commission funds several community projects

Members of the Kanawha County Commission agreed Thursday to provide funding to help several community projects.

Commissioners Kent Carper, Dave Hardy and Hoppy Shores voted at a regular meeting to give $20,000 to the Herbert Hoover High School...

This is only a drill
This is only a drill

Planned DHHR cuts to disability funds protested (photos)
Planned DHHR cuts to disability funds protested (photos)

W.Va. Board of Education OKs science standards with edit of temperature ‘change,’ instead of ‘rise’

The West Virginia Board of Education on Thursday adopted new K-12 science education standards, but not without adding changes suggested by board member Wade Linger to the teaching of global warming.

The amendments came despite significant local ...

Behind on loan, Laidley Tower placed into receivership

Laidley Tower, the 22-story glass-and-steel office tower in downtown Charleston, has been placed into receivership, as its owners have fallen behind on a $25 million loan they took out in 2007.

On April 1, U.S. District Judge Thomas Johnston...

Prosecutors working to notify potential victims in Freedom cases
Prosecutors working to notify potential victims in Freedom cases

Federal prosecutors asked a judge Thursday to approve an alternative method of notifying potential victims of charges brought in connection with the January 2014 chemical spill that contaminated drinking water supplies serving 300,000 people in the...

Judge postpones Blankenship’s trial until July
Judge postpones Blankenship’s trial until July

A judge has delayed the trial of Don Blankenship until July, partially granting a request from his attorneys that asked for more time.

“The ends of justice served by granting a continuance outweigh the interest of the public and the...

Water advisories

The Glen-White Trap Hill Public Service District has issued a boil-water advisory for Stover, Sandlick and customers of the Raleigh County Public Service District. The advisory follows a water main break.

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Oil truck crashes in Jackson County creek

A truck carrying crude oil ran off Interstate 77 and crashed into a creek late Wednesday night, according to the state Department of Environmental Protection.

The accident happened around 11:45 p.m. in Jackson County near Kenna and the Kanawha...

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