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Ireland Not Running Again

Posted: 07/12/2007 - Secretary of State Betty Ireland, the first woman elected to West Virginia's executive branch, says she will not run for re-election next year.

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Plastic Plant Closing

Posted: 07/12/2007 - An Upshur County plastics plant is scheduled to close at the end of the year and its operations are being moved to non-union facilities in other states.

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County Voting on Gambling


Posted: 07/12/2007 - Elected officials in West Virginia's largest county will vote Thursday on a resolution endorsing table games for a racetrack in Nitro.

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W.V. Mine Closed Due to Problems

Updated: 07/12/2007 - A West Virginia coal mine targeted for extra enforcement by federal regulators is being idled.

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Testing Infants for Genetic Disorders

Posted: 07/11/2007 - Good news for the nation's babies: Nearly 90 percent of newborns are getting tested for a host of rare but devastating genetic disorders.

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Byrd Aide Heads to ONE

Posted: 07/11/2007 - Senator Robert C. Byrd is losing a longtime aide, but to a worthy cause.

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Former Governor Wins National Award

Posted: 07/11/2007 - Former Governor Gaston Caperton is this year's recipient of a national award that honors individuals who have made significant contributions to education.

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Fighting W.V. Homelessness

Posted: 07/11/2007 - Public and private agencies across the state are being brought together to fight homelessness in West Virginia.

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Parents Sue DEAF

Posted: 07/11/2007 - The parents of a severely disabled man who choked to death on a hot dog at a day shelter are suing the facility's operator, claiming negligence.

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Problem Geese Removed

Posted: 07/11/2007 - Officials say most of the noisy, dirty Canada geese at Nitro's Ridenour Lake have been captured and killed.

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One Group Likes New Regulations

Posted: 07/11/2007 - At least the United Mine Workers labor union likes the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration's new rule requiring stronger seals for abandoned sections of underground mines.

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FiberNet Services Being Restored

Updated: 07/11/2007 - FiberNet has restored service to the hospitals affected by Tuesday's blackout, which left up to 20,000 West Virginia homes and businesses without the ability to make or receive phone calls.

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Driver's License Question

Updated: 07/11/2007 - State officials are trying to determine why a man charged in a wreck that killed five people had a valid Pennsylvania driver's license.

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WV Mining Site Visit

Posted: 07/11/2007 - Country music singer Kathy Mattea says mountaintop removal mining has made West Virginia's beautiful mountain vistas harder to find.

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Bailey Plans to Run for State Senate

Posted: 07/11/2007 - A leader in the state Senate says he plans to run for secretary of state next year instead of for another term in the Legislature.

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Mining Industry Problems with New Regulations

Posted: 07/10/2007 - Coal states and the mining industry have a long list of problems with the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration's new rule requiring stronger seals for abandoned sections of underground mines.

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2006 Shooter Pleads Guilty

Guilty Plea

Posted: 07/10/2007 - A man charged in a fatal 2006 shooting has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.

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Early Cited for Trespassing

Posted: 07/10/2007 - A former Huntington High basketball standout who was dismissed from the University of Oklahoma's basketball team had been involved in a nightclub incident a few days earlier.

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Poe Leaving for Ohio State

Updated: 07/10/2007 - Shelly Poe has resigned as West Virginia University's sports information director to become Ohio State's director of football communications.

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Lemonade on a Hot Day

Posted: 07/10/2007 - It's another free lemonade day Tuesday in the two Bluefields, in West Virginia and Virginia, after the temperature surpassed 90 degrees Monday.

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Volunteer Firefighter Accused of Arson

Posted: 07/10/2007 - A volunteer firefighter and a juvenile have been accused of setting a dozen trash fires in Moundsville. Police say more arrests are likely.

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Charleston Neighborhood Gets Wi-Fi

Wi Fi

Posted: 07/10/2007 - About 12,000 residents and more than 200 businesses in Charleston's East End could soon surf the Internet for free.

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New Judge in Wheeling

Posted: 07/10/2007 - A new federal judge has joined the bench in the Northern District of West Virginia.

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Sixty Years for Arson

Posted: 07/10/2007 - A man who admitted setting a fire that devastated downtown Elizabeth will spend up to 60 years in prison.

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