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Capito, Tennant to Debate Tonight in Charleston

October 7, 2014 CHARLESTON — U.S. Senate candidates Shelley Capito and Natalie Tennant will square off at 7 p.m. today in their first and only public debate. more »»

Court Clears Way For Same-Sex Marriage

October 7, 2014 WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court unexpectedly cleared the way Monday for a dramatic expansion of gay marriage in the United States and may have signaled that it’s only a matter of time before same-sex... more »»

W.Va.’s Ban in Place for Now

October 7, 2014 CHARLESTON (AP) — A lawsuit challenging West Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriage remained on hold Monday following the U.S. more »»

After Delays, Early Voting Beginning in Ohio Today

October 7, 2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohioans had until Monday to register to vote or update their voter information for the fall electio. more »»

Gee Shares His Vision

October 7, 2014 MORGANTOWN — Even before West Virginia University President Dr. E. more »»

Road Salt Supply Shaky

October 6, 2014 WHEELING — Motorists may want to brace for a slippery winter on the streets of Wheeling. more »»

Weirton Awarded Home Rule

October 6, 2014 CHARLESTON (AP) — Weirton is in and Moundsville is out. A state board today picked 16 cities to participate in West Virginia’s Home Rule Pilot Program. more »»

Fahey: Pensions Should Be Focus

October 6, 2014 WHEELING — Vice Mayor Eugene Fahey doesn’t need a crystal ball to know what Wheeling’s financial situation will look like a decade from now if something isn’t done about its underfunded police and... more »»

The Ebola Epidemic: Can It Happen Here?

October 6, 2014 WASHINGTON — Ebola has arrived in the United States and people are frightened. more »»

Court May Eye Gay Unions

October 6, 2014 WASHINGTON — A Supreme Court term that is starting with a lack of headline-grabbing cases may end with a blockbuster that helps define the legacy of the court under Chief Justice John Roberts. more »»

Poll: Americans Fret for Safety From Terror

October 6, 2014 WASHINGTON — Americans lack confidence in the government’s ability to protect their personal safety and economic security, a sign that their widespread unease about the state of the nation extends... more »»

Ohio Schools Get Graded

October 5, 2014 SHADYSIDE — When it comes to making the grade, eastern Ohio school districts came in at or below average on their most recent report cards from the Ohio Department of Education. more »»

Weather Doesn’t Deter Oglebayfest Crowd

October 5, 2014 WHEELING — Making her initial visit to Oglebayfest, Lynn Wiesner of Moundsville said the cool temperatures and rainy weather did not prevent her from enjoying the 37th annual event. more »»

Cash Flowing Into W.Va. Legislative Races

October 5, 2014 WHEELING — Democrats and Republicans alike know what is on the line for West Virginia in November’s election — and they’re opening their wallets accordingly. more »»

Lawsuit’s Consequences Could Be Far-Reaching

October 4, 2014 WHEELING — A lawsuit filed Friday against the city of Wheeling could call into question municipal court convictions dating back 45 year. more »»

White House Urges Calm Over Ebola Case

October 4, 2014 WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Friday urged calm over the single case of Ebola in the United States, seeking to reassure the American public that there is little chance of an outbreak of... more »»

Hospitals Have Plans in Place

October 4, 2014 As the threat of Ebola continues to concern American citizens, area medical officials say they are well equipped to handle the possibility of the disease hitting the Ohio Valley. more »»

Report Predicts W.Va. Job Growth

October 4, 2014 CHARLESTON (AP) — West Virginia is expected to experience steady job growth over the next several years, according to a report released by West Virginia University. more »»

Fayette County Worried About Expansion of Boy Scout Camp

October 4, 2014 FAYETTEVILLE — Boy Scouts of America officials say a proposed state constitutional amendment centered around The Summit: Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in Fayette County will allow the venue... more »»

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