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West Virginia Super Six champions shed disappointments
West Virginia Super Six champions shed disappointments
Prep basketball roundup: South Charleston girls hold off Fairmont Senior
Prep basketball roundup: South Charleston girls hold off Fairmont Senior

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Neediest Cases: Woman did without to help husband, now seeks help
Neediest Cases: Woman did without to help husband, now seeks help

This 59-year-old needs dentures, which her Medicaid won’t cover.

Former tenant: Oakland warehouse was unsafe makeshift space
Former tenant: Oakland warehouse was unsafe makeshift space

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – The death toll from a fire that tore through a warehouse hosting a late-night dance party climbed to 33 on Sunday as firefighters painstakingly combed through rubble for others believed to still be missing.

New trial date set in shooting death
New trial date set in shooting death

An 18 year old facing a first-degree murder charge in a 2015 shooting death on Charleston’s West Side will stand trial next year.

US Supreme Court to hear appeal in case involving WV business
US Supreme Court to hear appeal in case involving WV business

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear the appeal of Charleston-based Impression Products in its patent exhaustion case against printing giant Lexmark.

After six years, engineering company inhabits new Charleston office
After six years, engineering company inhabits new Charleston office

It’s not easy to explain what CDI Corporation does in a 30-second elevator speech.

Charleston’s Power Park receives new video board
Charleston’s Power Park receives new video board

The West Virginia Power will have a bigger and brighter video board ready when it starts the season at Appalachian Power Park in April.

New trial date set in shooting death
New trial date set in shooting death

An 18 year old facing a first-degree murder charge in a 2015 shooting death on Charleston’s West Side will stand trial next year.

Jackson school official says Ravenswood incident wasn’t bullying
Jackson school official says Ravenswood incident wasn’t bullying

A principal’s investigation has determined that an incident in which — according to the student’s mother — a Ravenswood Middle student was hospitalized after being knocked unconscious by a basketball wasn’t bullying, a Jackson County Schools official said Friday.

Trial to begin in case of child’s death
Trial to begin in case of child’s death

The trial for a man accused of killing a 2-year-old boy and stuffing his body in a freezer is set to begin Monday, more than a year after the child’s death.

Crimes: Dec. 4, 2016
Crimes: Dec. 4, 2016
Police pursuit ends in crash
Police pursuit ends in crash

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WV Book Team: Cut holiday sweetness with hardboiled detectives
WV Book Team: Cut holiday sweetness with hardboiled detectives

Sometimes all the sweetness and goodwill of the holiday season can be a little cloying. After awhile all those candies, pies and 24-hours of Hallmark Channel Christmas movies begin to wear on a person.

Edgewood Summit holiday card gives back
Edgewood Summit holiday card gives back

Evelyn Borio didn’t know she liked to paint until she tried — on a whim — about 12 years ago.

Arts Notes: Dec. 4, 2016
Arts Notes: Dec. 4, 2016
Book Notes: Dec. 4, 2016
Book Notes: Dec. 4, 2016
One Month at a Time: Learning ballet one step at a time
One Month at a Time: Learning ballet one step at a time

Kim Pauley, the company director for the Charleston Ballet, told me I should try taking a ballet class.

WV DIY Team: Trim a Christmas tree like professionals at The Greenbrier
WV DIY Team: Trim a Christmas tree like professionals at The Greenbrier

By the time Dec. 25 rolls around, Betsy Conte and her assistant, Andrew Sullivan, will have decorated roughly 75 Christmas trees. She’s the director of social activities for The Greenbrier resort and has been decorating the trees for the White Sulphur Springs destination since 1988.

Seasonal Sips: Cool-weather cocktails from Bluegrass Kitchen
Seasonal Sips: Cool-weather cocktails from Bluegrass Kitchen

This week’s holiday-themed Seasonal Sips took reporters Bill Lynch and Lori Kersey to Bluegrass Kitchen, located on Washington Street in Charleston’s East End, for an audience with bartender Nick Smith.

John McCoy: For outdoors enthusiasts, winter doesn’t have to be boring
John McCoy: For outdoors enthusiasts, winter doesn’t have to be boring

Winter hasn’t arrived quite yet, but we can feel it closing around us.

DNR says another record bear harvest is possible, but far from certain
DNR says another record bear harvest is possible, but far from certain

West Virginia’s bear hunters might not post another record kill this year.

Outdoors Calendar, Dec. 4, 2016
Outdoors Calendar, Dec. 4, 2016

Mondayn West Virginia’s “traditional” firearm season for bears will begin, one-half hour before sunrise.

Funerals for: December 04, 2016

Bourn, Dewey 2 p.m., Judson Baptist Church, Winfield.


Branham, Nathaniel 3:30 p.m., Stockert


Cummings, Hazel 1 p.m., Waybright Funeral Home, Ripley.


Doss, Rebecca 2 p.m., Wilson


Holmes, Debbie 5 p.m., Cooke Funeral Home, Nitro.


Honaker, Lacy 2 p.m., Lobban Funeral Home Chapel, Alderson.


Jeffers, Norma 2:30 p.m., Waybright Funeral Home, Ripley.


Johnson, Johnnie Noon, Mounts Funeral Home Chapel, Gilbert.


Miller, Harley 2 p.m., Laywell Church of Christ, Hurricane.


Perkey, Pauline 2 p.m., Greene


Pringle, Shelia 11:45 a.m., First Presbyterian Church, Charleston.


Rodgers, Wanda 1:30 p.m., Elizabeth Chapel, Organ Cave.


Shaeffer, Helen 4 p.m., Casdorph & Curry Funeral Home, St. Albans.