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Poetry Out Loud state finals Saturday
The West Virginia state semifinal and final rounds of the Poetry Out Loud: National Recitation Contest take place this weekend at Culture Center Theater.
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West Virginia Metro
WV education graduates say teacher pay isn't their top priority
Teacher pay is a concern for a lot of education students here in West Virginia getting ready to graduate this semester.
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More to John Williams than big movies
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The West Virginia Symphony is presenting "The John Williams Experience" Friday and Saturday at the Clay Center.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Winds Cause Power Outages, Damage Throughout Region
Yesterday the weather was beautiful. The sun was shining and it was warm. But on Wednesday, Mother Nature did a total 180, and the weather caused a headache for many across our region.
Sex Offender Arrested After Police Said He Admitted To Fondling Himself In Front Of Girls
A registered sex offender in Kanawha County is accused of performing sex acts on himself in front of young girls walking home from the bus stop.
Charleston officer on paid leave no longer employed, chief says
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A Charleston police officer who had been on paid administrative leave for more than a year has left the department, Charleston Police Chief Brent Webster said Wednesday.
Kanawha Co. Library Looks To Second Levy Attempt
CHARLESTON, W.Va. It looks like this fall, you'll have a chance to once again vote on whether to support a tax increase that would help keep the Kanawha County Public Library system running.
Williamson Daily News Online
Missing Ky. man found alive, well in Charleston
A Pike County man with a history of mental issues who had been missing since March 4 has been found alive and well, in Charleston, W.Va.
Charleston Urban Renewal Authority To Chip In $50,000 For In-Home Water Testing
There is now funding for in-home water testing in Charleston. The Charleston Urban Renewal Authority agreed to provide up to $50,000 to fund the project to test in areas within the Charleston Urban Renewal Authority.
Marshall University prof wins W.Va. award
An English professor from Marshall University has won the Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia's Professor of the Year award.
Charleston Daily Mail
Citing water crisis, weather, Thelma Fay's Cafe announces it will close
Blaming the recent water crisis and winter weather, Thelma Fay's Cafe on Washington Street announced it plans to close on Thursday.
Policy Points: Spilling Light on Poor Toxic Chemicals Regulations
If you needed a reason to take chemical reform seriously, you got it in the form of the Elk River chemical spill in West Virginia in January.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Driver in head-on crash faces multiple charges
A woman involved in a head-on collision near Cross Lanes early Monday is facing multiple charges as a result of the accident.
WVU's Gee Choice Approved
The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission has approved Gordon Gee's appointment as West Virginia University's permanent president.
Charleston Daily Mail
Charleston mayor: 'We're not getting in the gun business'
Charleston Mayor Danny Jones with Rough & Rowdy Brawl Heavyweight Champion Obi Henderson.
AA fills in route map with new flights from US Airways hubs
American is beginning to connect the dots in its post-merger route map, announcing five new routes from the hubs the joined its network from the US Airways side.
Funding cuts could threaten Poison Control Center
During the recent water contamination crisis, the West Virginia Poison Center fielded more than 2,500 calls from residents who said they had symptoms of exposure or had come in contact with tainted water.
State Division of Highways workers patch potholes along Sissonville Drive in the Edens Fork area on Monday afternoon.
Debate Continues Over Gun Law
Charleston, W.Va. Before the legislative session ended this weekend, state lawmakers approved Senate Bill 317, which clears the way for all gun laws in the state to be the same.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Despite cold, Earth is warming, scientists say
Lonnie Thompson and Ellen Mosley-Thompson took the Clay Center stage on Monday, nearing the end of what has been a brutally cold, record-breaking winter, to talk about climate change, the Earth's increasing temperatures and the disappearance of ice and glaciers.