Racial slur found in theater owned by W.Va. HBCU
A racial slur spray-painted inside the West Virginia State University Capital Center Theater is being investigated by federal authorities.
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Vandalism Incident At Capitol Center Under Investigation
West Virginia State University said it is cooperating with investigators after a vandalism incident in a classroom at the Capitol Center on Summers Street in Charleston.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
West Virginia State University EDC Workshop Explores Exciting World of 3D Animation
Join animator This hands-on workshop will introduce beginners to the open-source 3D software Blender that is available as a free download.
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How to Budget For Health Care Expenses in Retirement
Should you plan on getting healthier once you retire, or is it smarter to work on wellness in advance? New research indicates that entering retirement in good health can result in a major cost savings: Those who retire in good health may need 19 percent less money over the course of retirement than people with chronic conditions and bad habits, ... (more)
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Conference for middle school girls is Saturday
The Elkins Branch of AAUW announces the Expanding Your Horizons Conference for middle school girls from 9 a.m.-3:15 p.m. on Saturday at West Virginia State University in Dunbar.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Gala Raises Funds For WVSU Programs
West Virginia State University got a little star power for its annual Black and Gold Gala Saturday night.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
WVSU Names Jayasuriya As Provost
Kumara Jayasuriya has been named provost and vice president of academic affairs at West Virginia State University.
Charleston Police Conduct Raid At Transit Mall
Charleston police made a raid on Wednesday at the Transit Mall across from the Town Center.
Ex-DHHR Employee Charged With Fraud, Identity Theft
A former West Virginia Department of Health and human Resources employee has been indicted on multiple fraud and identity theft charges.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Gunshot Fired On Kent State Campus; Suspect Sought
A gunshot has been fired at a northeastern Ohio university, and police are seeking the shooter.
Bus Tour Calls For Raise In Federal Minimum Wage
The 'Give America a Raise' bus tour came to Charleston Wednesday afternoon. Local labor leaders, elected officials, small business owners, faith leaders and elected officials joined the cause.
Rockslide Closes Portion Of Interstate 79
A section of Interstate 79 is moving slowly after a rockslide Wednesday evening.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Norwalk Citizen News
Independent scientist group says WV water is safe
Almost three months after tainted tap water became part of 300,000 West Virginians' daily lives, independent scientists reviewed lab rat studies and hospital reports to reassure residents their water is safe, even if it still contains trace chemicals.
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WVTAP, the independent group analyzing water quality in the wake of the Jan. 9 chemical spill, held a news conference Tuesday.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
WCHSTV.Com To Live Stream WVTAP News Conference On Water Testing
Whether they were mentioned as parts per million or parts per billion, the screening levels for water testing has sparking concern and confusion among many residents during the West Virginia water crisis.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Counter Intelligence: Urban agriculture workshops promise to inspire
What do you get when you combine the talents of some of the state's leading agriculture experts, in one venue, at a two-day workshop, and invite the public? In a nutshell, you get an explosion of local food - and that's a very good thing.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
24 actor Glenn Morshower aims to inspire 24/7
Actor-turned-inspirational speaker Glenn Morshower will be the keynote speaker April 5 at WVSU's Black and Gold Gala.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Researchers Revealing Water Test Results At WV Tap Briefing
The next phase of information is being released on the contaminated water study.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
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WV-TAP researchers to detail water study findings on Friday
Those with the outside group West Virginia officials hired to study the tap water in parts of nine counties following the Jan. 9 Freedom Industries leak on the Elk River will present their research findings in Kanawha County on Friday.
Luncheon features new book: Fed from the Blade
Cat Pleska, and Lynne Schwartz-Barker autograph a copy of their book, "Fed from the Blade: Tales and Poems from the Mountains," for Shelia McEntee , editor of "Wonderful West Virginia."