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Kessler Must Apply For Federal Drug Court

January 9, 2015 WHEELING — The U.S. Attorney’s office said the Jacob Kessler drug case cannot be transferred to a proposed federal drug court until the court begins accepting applications for the program. more »»

Manchin Remains Frustrated in D.C.

January 9, 2015 WASHINGTON — Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin might leave Washington early for West Virginia and run for governor, rather than suffer through another four years of a Senate riven by political hostility. more »»

Congress Moves Bills On Health Care and Pipeline

January 9, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — In command and ready for a fight, defiant Republicans ignored two White House veto threats and advanced bills in Congress Thursday curbing President Barack Obama’s cherished health... more »»

Forced Pooling, Taxes Discussed

January 9, 2015 WHEELING — State Sen. more »»

France Hunts For Killers

January 9, 2015 PARIS (AP) — Police SWAT teams backed by helicopters tracked two heavily armed brothers with al-Qaida sympathies suspected in the newsroom massacre of a satirical French weekly that spoofed Islam,... more »»

East Wheeling May Get Design Review

January 9, 2015 WHEELING — Hoping to build momentum for the historic preservation movement in Wheeling, some East Wheeling property owners have expressed interest in adopting design review guidelines for structures... more »»

Arch Moore Dies at 91

January 8, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Former Gov. Arch A. Moore Jr., whose charisma and leadership led him to become the dominant Republican force in West Virginia for more than 30 years, died Wednesday. He was 91. more »»

Moore Remembered Fondly in Area

January 8, 2015 WHEELING — To some, Arch Moore will always be known as the West Virginia governor who spent almost three years in prison on federal corruption charges, but those who came to know him on a personal... more »»

French Shooting Suspect Surrenders; Two at Large

January 8, 2015 PARIS (AP) — One man sought in the deadly shooting at a French satirical paper has turned himself in, and police hunted Thursday for two heavily armed men with possible links to al-Qaida in the... more »»

EPA Delays CO2 Rules

January 8, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration on Wednesday said it would delay for months a final rule to control carbon dioxide emissions at new coal-fired power plants, thwarting for now one way the... more »»

Mays Released After Serving Rape Sentence

January 8, 2015 STEUBENVILLE —Trent Mays, one of two teens convicted of raping a 16-year-old Weirton girl during an night of underage drinking parties in August 2012, was released from a juvenile facility Tuesda. more »»

Too Cool for School During Arctic Blast

January 8, 2015 How cold is it across the U.S.? Too chilly for school in many parts of the country. And so frigid in the Minnesota-St. more »»

League Backs Funding For State Libraries

January 8, 2015 By MICHAEL ERB For The Intelligencer CHARLESTON — The West Virginia League of Women Voters will push for changes this legislative session in how the state funds public libraries. more »»

Superload Is Delayed

January 7, 2015 NEW PHILADELPHIA, Ohio -- The superload movement scheduled to begin today in Mount Vernon, Ohio has been delayed due to weather conditions. It will be rescheduled at a later time. more »»

Mays Is Released

January 7, 2015 STEUBENVILLE —Trent Mays, one of two teens convicted in the Steubenville rape case, was released from a juvenile facility on Tuesda. more »»

Former Gov. Arch Moore Dies at 91

January 7, 2015 CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) — Former Gov. Arch Alfred Moore Jr. more »»

Hunters Find Human Remains Near Cadiz

January 7, 2015 CADIZ — The Harrison County Sheriff’s Department is conducting an investigation after the discovery of human remains on a farm near Cadiz sometime last week. more »»

Capito Sworn In as Senator

January 7, 2015 WHEELING — The first day of the 114th Congress saw Sen. Shelley Moore Capito drop the “-elect” from her title as she was sworn in as West Virginia’s first female U.S. more »»

GOP Runs Into Veto Threat

January 7, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — In a blend of pageantry and politics, Republicans took complete control of Congress for the first time in eight years Tuesday, then ran straight into a White House veto threat... more »»

Capito Greets Supporters

January 7, 2015 WASHINGTON — Sen. Shelley Moore Capito celebrated a historic day on Capitol Hill on Tuesday afternoon among an array of supporters and fellow members of Congress. more »»

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