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Few Storage Tanks Are In Critical Areas

September 23, 2014 CHARLESTON — Officials with the state Department of Environmental Protection say storage tanks in zones of critical concern account for less than 6 percent of the above-ground storage tanks... more »»

River Drilling Bids Set for Friday

September 23, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — Casting his fishing rod into the Ohio River on Monday afternoon, Moundsville resident Cody Kernan said Gov. more »»

Water, Sand Use Rising By Frackers

September 23, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — When drillers began fracking Marcellus shale natural gas wells in Ohio and Marshall counties a few years ago, they regularly used about 4 million gallons of water and 1 million pounds... more »»

Mountain State Panel Studying Law To Protect Drinking Water Supplies

September 23, 2014 CHARLESTON — A West Virginia panel is starting to review a state law aimed at protecting drinking water supplies. On Monday, the Public Water System Supply Study Commission held its first meeting. more »»

Revise, Refine, Spin: President Accused Of Playing ‘Fast & Loose’ With Health Data

September 23, 2014 WASHINGTON— Call it health care law numerology. more »»

Allies Begin ISIS Strikes

September 23, 2014 WASHINGTON— The U.S. more »»

Bad Record? No Problem for Cops

September 22, 2014 LOS ANGELES — A Pentagon program that distributes military surplus gear to local law enforcement allows even departments that the Justice Department has censured for civil rights violations to apply... more »»

Intruder Had a Knife

September 22, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Following an embarrassing security breach at the White House, one of the most closely protected buildings in the world, the Secret Service is said to be considering establishing ne... more »»

Truancy Tops 30 Percent In W.Va.

September 22, 2014 CHARLESTON (AP) — Nearly a third of West Virginia’s public school students were truant during the 2013-2014 academic year and several counties had truancy rates exceeding 50 percent, Department of... more »»

Fugitive Rescued From Ohio River After Chase

September 22, 2014 MARTINS FERRY — Officers from two local police departments rescued a fugitive Sunday from the Ohio River after a foot chase. The chase took place behind the Bridgeport pump hous. more »»

Animal Lovers Swayed Ban List

September 22, 2014 CHARLESTON (AP) — This summer, 7-year-olds who love bunnies and grandparents with spider monkeys gave an earful to West Virginia officials while they decided which animals are too dangerous to ow. more »»

Four Shot, One Stabbed Sunday

September 22, 2014 EAST LIVERPOOL — An early-morning shooting Sunday in the East End of East Liverpool left five people injured, four with gunshot wounds and one reportedly with a stab woun. more »»

Surplus Targeted At Wetzel Schools

September 22, 2014 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Wetzel County Schools officials have a $4.7 million surplus to spend, and they are asking the community to list how they want that money to be used. Treasurer Jeffrey A. more »»

2014 Shale Conference Slated For Pittsburgh

September 22, 2014 PITTSBURGH — Oil and natural gas officials will trade in their work boots for dress shoes at the Shale Insight 2014 conference, set for Wednesday and Thursday at the David L. more »»

Local Students Receive National Honors

September 22, 2014 WHEELING — Seven local high school students have been named as semifinalists for the 2015 National Merit Scholarship. more »»

Local Exports Worth $85M

September 21, 2014 WHEELING — Since 2010, the Wheeling Truck Center has exported auto parts to 96 countries. That’s a business model that makes company President Ron Remp smile. more »»

Shooting Outside of Bar

September 21, 2014 WHEELING — A fight involving a handgun outside the Ye Olde Alpha early Saturday has residents living near the neighborhood restaurant and pub on edge. more »»

River Drilling Debate Continues

September 21, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — A plan to extract natural gas from under the Ohio River is receiving mixed reviews from county commissioners. more »»

Updated Zoning Codes High on Priority List

September 21, 2014 WHEELING — The new comprehensive plan being developed in Wheeling may ask city leaders to take a fresh look at the way they view downtown development. more »»

Morrisey: Legislators Need to Consult AG

September 21, 2014 PARKERSBURG — State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said legislators have not taken advantage of his office’s services, and a recent series of flawed laws show the consequences — a statement... more »»

 
 
 

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