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Environmentalists Seek Disposal Rules

September 14, 2015 WHEELING — Agencies such as the West Virginia Surface Rights Organization, the Environmental Integrity Project, the Natural Resources Defense Council and Earthworks are now threatening to sue the... more »»

Change In Pay Botched In W.Va.

September 14, 2015 CHARLESTON (AP) — West Virginia’s mishandling of a switch to a biweekly pay schedule could cost tens of millions of dollars and give almost 25,000 state employees raises, according to the state... more »»

Annual Battle In D.C. Nearing

September 14, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) —î No government shutdown this year, Republican congressional leaders say. But with Congress, it’s never easy. more »»

School Districts See Teacher Shortages After Years of Cuts

September 14, 2015 LOS ANGELES (AP) — When a new school year began at the Sierra Sands Unified district 150 miles north of Los Angeles in August, students in four classes were greeted by a substitute. more »»

Rape Kit Test Grant Has Little Local Effect

September 14, 2015 WHEELING — While a federal grant is giving West Virginia $3.7 million to test dormant sexual assault kits, not much of the money will be needed in the Northern Panhandle. more »»

Ethane Crackers Are Cropping Up

September 13, 2015 By CASEY JUNKINS Staff Writer WHEELING — It remains to be seen if Belmont County will ultimately land the $5. more »»

USW: Contract Talks Fail

September 13, 2015 By DAVE GOSSETT For the News-Register STEUBENVILLE — The United Steelworkers said Saturday negotiators from ArcelorMittal walked away from contract negotiations and union negotiators are returning t... more »»

Kessler To Meet The Pope

September 13, 2015 By JOSELYN KING Staff Writer GLEN DALE — A special invitation from the White House gives West Virginia Senate Minority Leader Jeff Kessler the chance to meet Pope Francis when the pontiff visits... more »»

‘Truggy’ Racer Loves Rough Rides

September 13, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Were you to come across 29-year-old Derek Cattran — a mild-mannered engineer for American Electric Power — you might not guess that the St. more »»

Elizabethtown Festival Is Under Way

September 13, 2015 MOUNDSVILLE — An “Introduction to Genealogy” presented by the Sons of the American Revolution will be one of several attractions today at the 17th annual Elizabethtown Festival at the former West... more »»

Online Tool Rates Colleges

September 13, 2015 WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama on Saturday debuted a redesigned online tool with college-specific information about student costs, loans and potential earning power, scaling back a planned... more »»

Students ID’d in School Violence Rumors

September 12, 2015 MOUNDSVILLE — The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a pair of claims of gun violence made on social media Thursday, which resulted in a brief scare to Marshall County schools... more »»

Elks Seek to Revive Sept. 11 Awareness

September 12, 2015 WHEELING — Each year on Sept. 11, members of Wheeling Elks Lodge 28 greet visitors coming in to the Main Street Bank building lobby, and they hand each person a flag. more »»

9/11 Marked by Grief, Appeals

September 12, 2015 NEW YORK (AP) — During years of going to ground zero every Sept. 11, Tom Acquaviva has seen crowds diminish at the ceremonies commemorating the terror attacks. more »»

American Energy Dispute At an End

September 12, 2015 WHEELING — Since he had to object to an Ohio Department of Natural Resources plan that would have allowed natural gas companies to drill into his coal seams in 2012, Robert E. more »»

Weir Port Authority Asks for More Time

September 12, 2015 WEIRTON — The Weirton Area Port Authority this week filed a motion seeking a stay of the West Virginia Public Port Authority’s decision to terminate the local authority’s powers pending appeal, as... more »»

Murray: Rule Will End Longwall Mining

September 11, 2015 PITTSBURGH — Robert . more »»

Gun Rumors Put Marshall County Schools on Alert

September 11, 2015 Social media threats rumored to have been made Thursday night saw Marshall County Schools placed on high alert today, though officials maintained there was no actual threat to students. more »»

Algae Dissipation Continues

September 11, 2015 WHEELING — Rainfall and cooler temperatures are easing the blue-green algae problem in the Ohio River this week, but a health advisory for river usage remains in effect. more »»

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