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The results will show if frustrated voters are willing to lump all Democrats together.
But at age 70, the fire-fighting star of America's longest-running public service ad campaign remains all bear, and bullish on prospects for achieving his goal - preventing wildfires.
As a former West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection inspector, Tim Greene believes allowing drilling and fracking in the Marcellus and Utica shale formations beneath the Ohio River should not create any problems for the region's drinking water supply.
Freedom Industries is considering trying to enter a state program to help ease cleanup at the site where a chemical spill polluted the Charleston area's water supply.
The top prize of the November midterm elections is control of the Senate for the final years of President Barack Obama's administration.
Senate President Jeff Kessler announced today he appointed Dr. Rahul Gupta, Executive Director of the Kanawha Charleston Health Department, to the Public Water System Supply Study Commission.
Jeff Taylor, president of The United Methodist Foundation of West Virginia Inc., announced that its Board of Trustees recently elected new officers and trustees J. Franklin "Joe" Long of Bluefield, Va., and Hilton Head, S.C., continues his two-year term as chairperson.
Two Democrats running for congress in West Virginia's first and second districts took a strong stance against House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi at a state Chamber of Commerce Business Summit Friday.
A center that helps educate West Virginia parents of children with disabilities is getting a $200,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Republican nominees for U.S. Senate from Virginia and West Virginia have made a friendly wager on the outcome of a high school football game between schools from their states.
Six new scholarships have been established at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine to assist medical students with their educational expenses.
Two cases against a West Virginia man accused of firing shots at a tractor-trailer and setting fire to a vehicle used by his girlfriend will proceed to court.
Police in a West Virginia city altered video evidence in the death of a mentally ill black man who was shot and killed last year during a confrontation with officers, a lawyer for the victim's family said on Thursday.
The auto club predicts 34.7 million Americans will commute by highway, air and other forms of transportation.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 10:18 am
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