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Spending Bill Pits Obama Vs. Dems

December 12, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Swapping crisis for compromise, the House narrowly approved $1. more »»

Steubenville Panel Discusses Comprehensive Plan Progress

December 12, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — Plans for a civic plaza on Market Street are in the early stages, but the debate over how it could impact downtown businesses is under way between Mayor Domenick Mucci and downtown... more »»

Senators OK Execution Drug Measure

December 12, 2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio lawmakers on Thursday rushed to pass a lethal injection law meant to restart executions even as prosecutors who want a condemned child killer executed in February say... more »»

Laughlin Chapel Gets Visit From Pirates

December 11, 2014 WHEELING — Few 11-year-olds can say they’ve gotten advice from a Major League pitching coach, but budding Bronco League hurler Torrence Walker is now one of them. more »»

Addiction Action Plan Unveiled

December 11, 2014 WHEELING — Amid all the talk of smoking bans and Ebola preparedness, Dr. more »»

Health Official Urges Flu Shots

December 11, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — While officials with the Centers for Disease Control believe the flu vaccine may be less effective this year, Marshall County Health Department officials warn that immunization is as... more »»

Silencer Bill Heads to Kasich

December 11, 2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio bill headed to the governor would relax some requirements for concealed carry permits and let hunters use noise suppressors under certain conditions. more »»

Amish to Get New Sentences In February

December 11, 2014 CLEVELAND (AP) — A federal judge has scheduled a resentencing date for those convicted in the Amish beard- and hair-cutting case. more »»

Poll: Nearly Nine in 10 Doubt D.C. Gridlock Can Be Broken

December 11, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans may not agree on much lately, but one opinion is nearly universal: There’s almost no chance that President Barack Obama, a Democrat, and the Republican Congress can work... more »»

Shale Production Hits 132 Billion Cubic Feet

December 10, 2014 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Energy companies in Ohio produced more than 132 billion cubic feet of natural gas from July 1-Sep. more »»

Legislators Pledge Cooperation In Upcoming Session

December 10, 2014 CHARLESTON—West Virginia’s legislative leaders are promising respect and cooperation during the upcoming session. more »»

Senate Calls for Easier Gun Permits

December 10, 2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio bill that relaxes some requirements to obtain concealed carry permits cleared the state Senate on Tuesday after a legislative panel scrapped other proposed changes to... more »»

Report Lists CIA Detainee Torture

December 10, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States brutalized scores of terror suspects with interrogation tactics that turned secret CIA prisons into chambers of suffering and did nothing to make America safer... more »»

Schenk Bridge Work Delayed

December 10, 2014 WHEELING — Originally set to begin in October, replacement of the Schenk Street Bridge in the Fulton section of Wheeling will not start until February. more »»

Concert To Benefit ReInvent Wheeling

December 10, 2014 WHEELING — Friday evening’s “Joy to the World” Christmas concert at the Capitol Theatre offers not only a dose of holiday cheer, but also help for some folks trying to invigorate downtown Wheeling. more »»

Labor Department: Drillers Owe Workers $4.5M

December 10, 2014 WHEELING — Claiming the common practice of Marcellus Shale natural gas producers to subcontract drilling, fracking and related work to other companies, the U.S. more »»

Republicans Oppose Using Rainy Day Fund

December 9, 2014 CHARLESTON — Republican leaders in the state Senate and House of Delegates said Monday they will oppose Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s plan to use money from the rainy day fund to balance next year’s budget. more »»

GOP Leaders Meet At State Capitol

December 9, 2014 CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s state and federal Republican leaders agree that jobs, education, energy and transportation will top their platform in 2015. more »»

Busack: Businesses Not Closing

December 9, 2014 WHEELING—Wheeling businessman Mark Busack plans to keep his Bethany Pike businesses open despite the five federal charges pending against him. more »»

Permit Is Granted

December 9, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — The $615 million Moundsville Power natural gas electricity plant is one step closer to reality now that the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection has granted an air... more »»

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