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A racial slur spray-painted inside the West Virginia State University Capital Center Theater is being investigated by federal authorities.
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Rep. Shelley Capito ought to be pleased there hasn't been much attention paid to her Senate race by national pollsters.
The West Virginia Regional Jail Association is offering "one stop" job fair, searching for 15 individuals to fill new positions being offered at the Tygart Valley Regional Jail.
The May 2014 issue of Wonderful West Virginia magazine, now on sale, features articles about national natural treasures Organ Cave and Fisher Spring Run Bog, avian entertainment provided by tree swallows and bluebirds, a history of Parkersburg's Sumner School, and a profile of master furniture craftsman Mark Soukup.
A new health care study makes it clearer than ever that West Virginia policymakers are missing a good bet by not spending more on the Medicaid Aged and Disabled Waiver program.
The annual state convention for West Virginia K-9 units opened in Hancock County on Monday with dogs and their handlers testing their skills on everything from narcotics detection to tracking.
The plans announced Monday are for Monongahela Power Co. and Potomac Edison Co. The plans are part of a Public Service Commission of West Virginia directive in January 2013 requiring electric companies operating in the state to outline vegetation trimming programs for distribution and transmission lines.
The 2014 West Virginia Sport Fish Consumption Advisory removes limits on consumption of Greenbrier River smallmouth bass and walleye caught in Summersville Lake.
West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, Rep. Shelley Moore Capito's likely Democratic opponent in the Senate race there, nearly paced Capito in fundraising in the first quarter.
A handgun reported stolen in New York City more than 40 years ago was recovered in West Virginia during a traffic stop.
Let's start with your legacy as a college president. During your retirement speech last June at Ohio State, you cited your age, your twin granddaughters and the comments you made in December 2012 as reasons for your departure.
The statewide convention is being held at Tomlinson Run State Park and sites in New Manchester and Newell, registering an estimated 67 K-9 units from Huntington, Charleston and beyond.
One out of every 10 children will be a sexual abuse victim by their 18th birthday, according to Emily Chittenden-Laird, executive director of the West Virginia Child Advocacy Network.
It appears pro-life lawmakers have an easier route than first thought if they want to overturn Governor Earl Ray Tomblin's veto of the fetal pain bill.
Many West Virginia public schools have changed the way they serve breakfast to students ahead of a requirement that goes into effect in September.
When times get tough, West Virginians have a reputation of loyally stepping up with a "get it done" attitude, and President Barack Obama has apparently noticed.