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  1. National briefs: 4 charged in chemical spillRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Post-gazette.com

    Four former chemical company executives and two lower-level employees have been charged in a January spill that contaminated a river and left 300,000 residents around West Virginia's capital without usable water for drinking and bathing for days. A federal indictment unsealed Wednesday charged ex-Freedom Industries presidents Gary Southern and Dennis Farrell and two others with failing to ensure that the company operated in a reasonable and environmentally sound manner the steel tank that leaked the coal-cleaning chemical.

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  2. Former execs indicted on charges related to chemical spill in Charleston, W.Va.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Four former Freedom Industries officials, including two from Southwestern Pennsylvania, were indicted by a federal grand jury in West Virginia in connection with the January chemical leak that prompted a ban on drinking water for 300,000 people. An indictment unsealed today charges two former presidents of the chemical company and two executives with failing to ensure that Freedom Industries operated the steel storage tank that leaked the coal-cleaning chemical into the Elk River in a reasonable and environmentally sound manner.

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  3. Book shines light on West Virginia Capitol and its architectRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Post-gazette.com

    A little more than 200 miles south of Pittsburgh the golden dome of the West Virginia Capitol in Charleston catches the eyes of residents as well as of the thousands of travelers passing through on the nearby interstate. "Cass Gilbert's West Virginia State Capitol" tells the fascinating story of that grandiose building through the multitude of voices involved in its commission and completion.

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  4. Nation briefs: Isolate grief in wake of Ebola deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Thomas Eric Duncan died without his loved ones. Now the family of the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States is grieving alone, some in quarantine and most isolated by social stigma and fear of the virus.

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  5. Mountaintop removal for coal is harming fish life, feds study saysRead the original story

    Jul 14, 2014 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    In West Virginia's Appalachian Mountains, fish are vanishing. The number of species has fallen, the populations of those that remain are down, and some individual fish look a little skinny.

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  6. Why Zelienople's Deep Well Services is sticking to its Appalachian rootsRead the original story

    Jun 3, 2014 | Post-gazette.com

    The natural gas boom brought with it a boom of sorts in out-of-state license plates as operators tapped into the expertise of employees from energy hubs such as Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.

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  7. Why Zelienople's Deep Well Services is sticking to its Appalachian rootsRead the original story

    Jun 3, 2014 | Post-gazette.com

    The natural gas boom brought with it a boom of sorts in out-of-state license plates as operators tapped into the expertise of employees from energy hubs such as Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.

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