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Declining Oil Prices Won’t Slow Drilling

October 21, 2014 WHEELING — Two geology professors do not expect to see a slowdown in Marcellus and Utica shale drilling just because the price of oil dropped from a recent high of $107 per barrel in May to $82. more »»

Jail Rates To Remain Unchanged

October 21, 2014 CHARLESTON — The head of the regional jail system in West Virginia says the per-inmate cost to house offenders is unlikely to increase in the next two years, but the state could reach a “breaking... more »»

Tennant Stops by Ohio Valley

October 21, 2014 WHEELING — Secretary of State Natalie Tennant visited with steelworkers and small business owners, and even did some old-fashioned door-to-door canvassing as she brought her U.S. more »»

St. C. Man Takes Plunge

October 21, 2014 FAYETTEVILLE, W.Va. — Thirty-four-year-old St. Clairsville resident Max Vincenzo stood on the exit point on the edge of the New River Gorge Bridg. more »»

Under Ebola Watch

October 20, 2014 WHEELING — Two Belmont County residents are monitoring themselves for Ebola symptoms after being in the same building as Texas nurse Amber Vinson who cared for an Ebola patient who died. more »»

Timeline for 2nd Texas Nurse Diagnosed

October 20, 2014 The second Dallas nurse to contract Ebola, Amber Vinson, flew on a commercial airline to Ohio shortly before she was diagnosed with the virus in Texas. more »»

Belmont County In Ebola Watch Report

October 20, 2014 An unspecified number of people in Belmont County have been identified for possible contact with the Ebola virus, the Ohio Department of Health reported. more »»

Truck, Car Collision Claims the Life of Woman, 87

October 20, 2014 LANSING — An 87-year old woman from California, identified as Amila Regan, was killed in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 40 in Lansing at about 9:30 a.m. Saturday. more »»

CDC Revising Ebola Protocol As Pentagon Prepares Team

October 20, 2014 ATLANTA (AP) — Revised guidance for health care workers treating Ebola patients will include using protective gear “with no skin showing,” a top federal health official said Sunday, and the Pentagon... more »»

Police in Martins Ferry Seek Suspects in Robbery, Assault

October 20, 2014 Police in Martins Ferry are searching for two men who allegedly robbed the Redmen’s Club on Hanover Street in Martins Ferry at about 3 a.m. Saturday and harmed an employee. more »»

City Wants Crawford Lawyers To Be Removed

October 20, 2014 WHEELING — The city of Wheeling has asked Martin Sheehan and Shawn Fluharty to remove themselves as attorneys for James R. more »»

Authorities Assess Rioting Damage In Wake of WVU Win

October 20, 2014 MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Morgantown authorities on Sunday assessed damage from riots that broke out following West Virginia’s 41-27 win over No. more »»

Expelled Nazis Receive Millions in Social Security

October 20, 2014 OSIJEK, Croatia (AP) — Dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals and SS guards collected millions of dollars in U.S. more »»

Mineral Rights Ruling Could Affect Ohio Parks

October 20, 2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An analysis finds that about 20 percent of the land under Ohio’s state parks, forests and wildlife and nature preserves could be subject to private mineral rights claims. more »»

Pittsburgh wins ugliest accent tourney

October 20, 2014 PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburghers talk funny. The city has "won"'s ugliest accent tournament, besting the other finalist — Scranton — in a reader's poll with more than 54 percent of the vote. more »»

Belmont County Included in Ebola Monitoring Report

October 19, 2014 An unspecified number of people in Belmont County have been identified for possible contact with the Ebola virus, the Ohio Department of Health reported Sunda. more »»

Pension Promises Come Home to Roost

October 19, 2014 WHEELING — Decades of promises made to city police officers and firefighters — without long-term plans to pay for them — are coming home to roost in communities across West Virginia. more »»

Benefits Less Lucrative Under State Plan

October 19, 2014 WHEELING — Future police officers and firefighters in Wheeling could expect to receive a less lucrative benefits package than those already on the payroll if City Council opts to close its current... more »»

Riots in Morgantown following WVU win over Baylor

October 19, 2014 MORGANTOWN -- City police used tear gas to disperse crowds late Saturday following West Virginia University's 41-27 victory over Baylor. more »»

Air Permit Sought for Power Plant

October 19, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — The planned $615 million Moundsville Power natural gas power plant may not produce as much pollution as a typical coal-fired facility, but that does not mean it will be emissions-free. more »»

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