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One Suspect Arrested for May Shooting

Posted: 07/09/2007 - One arrest has been made in a May shooting death in Fairmont, but police are still looking for other persons of interest.

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Federal Mine Requirements Very Expensive

Posted: 07/09/2007 - Coal industry executives and state mine inspectors are concerned that a new federal rule for underground mines may be unrealistic because keeping underground miners safe is turning into a very expensive task.

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WVU Renovations

Posted: 07/09/2007 - Returning West Virginia University students will be in for a surprise this fall.

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Nurse Trial Hears First Statements

Trial Begins

Posted: 07/09/2007 - Opening statements are expected to start Monday in the trial of a former nurse accused of killing her husband in 2005.

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Racetracks Lose Money to Slots

Posted: 07/09/2007 - Competition from newly licensed slot machines in Pennsylvania has already taken a chunk out of West Virginia racetracks' bottom lines.

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Application Cut-Off Tuesday

Posted: 07/09/2007 - Applicants hoping to land one of 80 jobs at the Hino Motors plant have until Tuesday to apply.

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Almost Real on Screen

Posted: 07/06/2007 - A summer blockbuster is putting West Virginia's slogan on the big screen.

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Alcoa Asked for More

Posted: 07/06/2007 - Federal antitrust authorities have asked aluminum producer Alcoa for further information about its unsolicited bid to buy Canadian rival Alcan for $27.5 billion.

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Homeless Told to Move

Posted: 07/06/2007 - Vagrants living in the woods of Harris Riverfront Park in Huntington are being urged to accept help finding permanent homes.

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Urban Deer Hunting

Posted: 07/06/2007 - If City Council approves it, Parsons will be the sixth city in West Virginia to approve an urban deer hunt.

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Manuscript Finder Speaks

Posted: 07/06/2007 - The suburban Philadelphia woman who found the manuscript of Pearl S. Buck's novel "The Good Earth" among her deceased parents' belongings is speaking out.

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Symphony Still Losing Money

Posted: 07/06/2007 - Despite several record-breaking programs, the West Virginia Symphony lost money for the fourth consecutive year.

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Roads or Tamarack

Posted: 07/06/2007 - Some lawmakers fear toll hikes are looming on the West Virginia Turnpike. But the chairman of the highway's governing board says the top priority is moving Tamarack to another agency.

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More on Hillary's Upcoming Visit

Posted: 07/06/2007 - In the 2008 presidential race, U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton has already raised more than $21 million for the Democratic primary.

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Nurse Trial Begins

Posted: 07/06/2007 - A former nurse accused of killing her husband by giving him an overdose of a paralyzing drug and then setting fire to their Morgantown home is being tried in Charleston.

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"Pacman" Jones Gets New Hearing

Updated: 07/06/2007 - A judge in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, set a new hearing in six months for Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones.

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Dominion Extends W.V. Gas Utility Agreement

Dominion  Power

Posted: 07/06/2007 - Dominion Resources says it's extending an agreement to sell its West Virginia and Pennsylvania natural gas utilities to Equitable Resources.

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Hillary to Visit West Virginia

Updated: 07/05/2007 - Democratic presidential hopeful and New York Senator Hillary Clinton is planning to attend a luncheon in Charleston.

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Depressed Catholics Getting New Resource

Posted: 07/05/2007 - Catholics struggling with depression and other mental health issues that affect their jobs and families may have a new place to turn for help later this summer.

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Bush Found Sympathetic Crowd

Posted: 07/05/2007 - Burdened by sagging polls and an unpopular war, President Bush sought a friendly audience on the Fourth of July to deliver a patriotic, gung-ho speech about supporting U.S. troops and sticking it out in Iraq.

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Paving the West Virginia Turnpike

Posted: 07/05/2007 - Several lawmakers say plans to delay paving the West Virginia Turnpike is the first move toward increasing tolls.

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