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County Commisison Tries To Force Plants Out of Office

Commission votes to begin removal proceedings.

Charleston Task Force Aims to Stop Heroin Epidemic

H.E.A.T. is calling on the public to help end the problem. 

Dirty Girls Still Making Noise

Fairmont attorney says she read the fine print. 

WVSU 'Active Shooter' Drill Friday

Campus will be filled with emergency personnel.

West Side Murder Defendant Waives Preliminary Hearing

Marlon Dixon allegedly killed police informant Branda Basham. 

Man Sentenced For Southmoor Apartments Robbery

Tyquan Livermon receives 35 years in prison. 

Casey-Mooney Talk Issues In Charleston

Business Industry Council sponsor candidate event.

3 Charged With Armed Robbery In Nitro

Police: victim held-up after giving a ride.

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Alex Mooney’s trek from Maryland to the Mountain State

The campaign of West Virginia 2nd District congressional candidate Democrat Nick Casey did not wait long in its news release about yesterday’s debate with Republican...

Kanawha County Commission votes to begin removal proceedings against Prosecutor Mark Plants

Commission says county shouldn't have to keep paying special prosecutors for elected prosecutor's personal problems.

Angry Dirty Girls fight back

Participants want their registration money returned after cancellation of Charleston event.

Prison system workers indicted in credit card conspiracy

U.S. attorney says more than $13,000 in items purchased.

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