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A federal jury convicted a suspended West Virginia Supreme Court justice today of 11 of the 22 charges he faced at his criminal trial. [Read More]
Developers of a coal and gas-fired manufacturing plant that's under construction in West Virginia have been cited by state regulators for violating environmental regulations. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reported Thursday that …... [Read More]
A group of judicial stand-ins Thursday blocked the upcoming impeachment trial of West Virginia Supreme Court... [Read More]
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A federal jury has deliberated for a second day without reaching a verdict in the criminal trial of a suspended West Virginia Supreme Court justice. The jury was sent home Thursday evening and is expected to resume deliberations Friday. Jurors began deliberating Wednesday afternoon in U.S. ... [Read More]
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On many fronts, Sharon Pendleton is a survivor! She found the help she needed at YWCA Sojourner shelter for homeless women and families. [Read More]
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A suspended West Virginia Supreme Court justice who says trips he took using a court-issued vehicle were justified actually "stole from the state," a federal prosecutor said in... [Read More]
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Warm weather has delayed the changing colors of the trees in West Virginia, with the best locations to see fall foliage in the higher elevations in... [Read More]
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The state Supreme Court ruled Thursday to block the impeachment trial of state Supreme Court Justice Margaret Workman. [Read More]
A judge has ordered a coal company owned by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice's family to start making payments on a settlement. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports Justice Low Seam Mining, Inc. was ordered Wednesday to pay roughly $478,000 to Virginia Drilling Co. in 10 days. An August 2017 complaint says the Justice... [Read More]
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Now that the predictable result has been achieved, it's worth taking a moment to think about the longer-term impact of the bizarre, emotional events of the past two weeks in... [Read More]
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Joshua Matthews, 36, was wanted by Marshals for violating probation after a dangerous drug offense. [Read More]
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A plane returned to Yeager Airport shortly after takeoff Wednesday evening because a passenger was smoking onboard, airport and Kanawha County leaders said. [Read More]
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Chuck Yeager, the West Virginia-born World War II ace fighter pilot and the first aviator to achieve supersonic flight, will be among those viewing the Salute to our Veterans and... [Read More]
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A coal company owned by Gov. Jim Justice's family will have to start making payments on a settlement, a judge ordered Wednesday. [Read More]
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The West Virginia Supreme Court has released its full opinion ruling that state law prohibits former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship, or any candidate who loses a primary election, from... [Read More]
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Joe Retton, legendary Fairmont State men's basketball coach and athletic director and member of numerous halls of fame, died Wednesday at age 82. [Read More]
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School officials say the bugs were isolated to the kitchen/cafeteria of Ruthlawn Elementary School after they were found on a chair. [Read More]
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Nobody expected to see what they saw from West Virginia University quarterback Will Grier last Saturday against Kansas. [Read More]
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The federal criminal case of suspended West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry is in the hands of 10 women and two men of the jury, who received the case... [Read More]
The federal government has given its closing arguments in the criminal trial of a suspended West Virginia Supreme Court justice. Among the charges against Justice Allen Loughry are using a state vehicle and gas card for personal use. Assistant U.S. Attorney Greg McVey told jurors Wednesday that Loughry stole from the... [Read More]
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