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Democrats Fight Obama on Trade

June 13, 2015 WASHINGTON — Led by union-backed Democrats, the House delivered a stinging blow to President Barack Obama on Friday and left his ambitious global trade agenda in serious doubt. more »»

Breach Exposed Military Details

June 13, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Hackers linked to China have gained access to the sensitive background information submitted by intelligence and military personnel for security clearances, U.S. more »»

Girls Told to Close Lemonade Stand

June 13, 2015 OVERTON, Texas (AP) — Two Texas girls whose lemonade stand was shut down because they lacked a permit will instead offer the drink for free. more »»

Man Charged in Fatal Hit and Run in New Martinsville

June 12, 2015 NEW MARTINSVILLE — State Police troopers arrested a man at 7 p.m. more »»

East Wheeling Field Dedicated After a Year

June 12, 2015 WHEELING — City leaders, community members and philanthropists gathered Thursday at the J.B. Chambers Recreation Park in East Wheeling to marvel at how much of a difference a year can make. more »»

Defense Bill Has West Virginia's Senators At Odds

June 12, 2015 WHEELING — West Virginia’s senators are split on a bill that would fund the Department of Defense through 2016, an issue that normally cruises to bipartisan approval in Congress but has turned... more »»

Rerouting of Utility Lines Delays Burned Benwood Church's Demolition

June 12, 2015 BENWOOD — Utility lines need to be rerouted from a small breezeway area in an alley beneath the remaining structure of St. more »»

Federal Data Breach Grows

June 12, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Hackers stole personnel data and Social Security numbers for every federal employee, a government worker union said Thursday, asserting that the cyber theft of U.S. more »»

Forty-Seven New Laws Taking Effect in West Virginia

June 12, 2015 CHARLESTON (AP) — Starting Friday, West Virginia will make life easier for craft brewers, many chemical tank owners and people who want to teach without a formal education background under laws... more »»

E. Coli Contamination Alert Issued for 28 Ohio Beaches

June 12, 2015 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — More than two dozen beaches across Ohio are contaminated with E. coli but will remain open, according to the Ohio Department of Healt. more »»

Glass Convention This Weekend

June 12, 2015 MOUNDSVILLE — The 35th annual Fostoria Glass Society of America Convention will open today and continue through Sunday with the majority of the activities taking at the Training Center Building... more »»

W.Va. Outpacing Most of the U.S.

June 11, 2015 WHEELING — Huge interstate pipeline projects, massive processing complexes and a plethora of productive wells amid the Marcellus and Utica shale blitz helped West Virginia grow its economy faster... more »»

Man Dies In Hit And Run in New Martinsville

June 11, 2015 NEW MARTINSVILLE — The West Virginia State Police are investigating a hit-and-run accident that claimed the life of a man Wednesday night in New Martinsville. more »»

Miners Plan To Sue EPA

June 11, 2015 WHEELING — As a third-generation coal miner, Kurt Armann thought he had a good career going after working for nearly a year at Murray Energy’s Marshall County Mine. more »»

Woman Held on Murder Charge

June 11, 2015 PADEN CITY — A woman accused of fatally shooting a man she claimed was a stalker has been charged with murder, according to police. more »»

Mingo Junction Joins Suit Against Gas Companies

June 11, 2015 MINGO JUNCTION —The village of Mingo Junction on Tuesday joined more than 50 other plaintiffs in a lawsuit alleging they never received more than $9 million worth of oil and gas lease payments due t... more »»

Plastic Is Getting More Protection

June 11, 2015 A big change is happening inside your wallet. U.S. more »»

Voters Oust Mayors in Bethlehem and Weirton

June 10, 2015 WHEELING — Unofficial results late Tuesday showed voters in two communities elected new mayors, as Weirton’s Harold “Bubba” Miller and Bethlehem’s Tim Bishop ousted incumbents George Kondik and... more »»

W.Va. Cities See Little From Property Taxes

June 10, 2015 WHEELING — Cities pave streets, pick up trash, provide police and fire protection and maintain miles worth of water and sewer infrastructure — yet in West Virginia, they receive a smaller share of... more »»

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