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Authorities said a 62-year-old white man in Charleston, W.Va., showed no remorse when he admitted he fatally shot a black teenage boy last week. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reported that William Ronald Pulliam has been charged with murder in the death of the teen, who was identified as 15-year-old James Harvey Means. Comment?
It's Penn State football's day off, but the team can't quit generating news, so here's a bit of a notebook to catch everyone up. First, Penn State's redshirt sophomore kicker Joey Julius, known for making big hits on his kickoffs , took to Facebook early Monday morning to share a very personal story of why he was absent for most of this offseason. Comment?
At a much simpler time in James Conner's life, when he was merely recuperating from a torn MCL, the Pitt running back stood beside North Carolina wide receiver Ryan Switzer on the sideline in the hours before their teams played in October at Heinz Field. There, the two friends talked about life, school, Conner's recovery and what his future held. Comment?
A 6-foot-1, 174-pound three-star safety Derrek Pitts of Charleston, W.V., and South Charleston high school committed to Penn State on Wednesday. He became the 11th member of the Class of 2017 and the third safety to choose the Nittany Lions in the past week. Comment?
An estimated 115 people who work at HM Insurance Group will become employees of Charleston, W.Va.-based BrickStreet Mutual Insurance effective Aug. 1 with acquisition of Highmark's workers' compensation business. BrickStreet acquired Highmark's workers' compensation book of business, which has an estimated premium value of $120 million. Comment?
Charleston, W.Va.-based BrickStreet, a mutual company owned by its policyholders, began in 2006 as West Virginia's first private workers' compensation carrier. Comment?
A judge on Thursday denied Bill Cosby's bid to force his sex-assault accuser to testify before trial, ruling prosecutors worked within the law by using police statements as a stand-in for her at his preliminary hearing. Mr. Cosby's lawyers argued they should've been allowed to cross-examine accuser Andrea Constand at the May 24 hearing because her decade-old statements about the 2004 encounter raised more questions than it answered. Comment?
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