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Temperature spike bring risk of heat stroke, exhaustion
Meteorologists expect Wednesday to be a scorcher as high temperatures combined with high...
Hospital employee suing CAMC physician
Road work
Lawmakers push to reinstate drug take back days


Toyota engineers ride into Buffalo on cross-country expedition
BUFFALO — When Nick Middleton was hired as a principal...
Officials: Century closure a disappointment for Ravenswood
Consol reports 2Q loss on sales decline, higher costs
East End restaurant/bar Little India changing ownership

Cops & Courts

Animal cruelty suspect sues
A Charleston woman who has recently been in the spotlight for animal cruelty charges is now...
Marple’s attorney apologizes to WV school board lawyers
Woman sentenced to life in St. Albans slaying asks to back out of plea
Woman gets maximum jail sentence in motel beating


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Wednesday cartoon
Vent Line: July 29, 2015
Editorial cartoon for July 29, 2015


Twitter battle with Pitt coach highlights Holgorsen visit
West Virginia University football coach Dana Holgorsen made an appearance in the Kanawha Valley...
Post 94 gears up for another American Legion baseball state bid
Mitch Vingle: Charleston’s Goard continues windy road at WVU
WVU basketball team prepping for Bahamas trip


From the Kitchen: Quick, easy pizza surprisingly tasty
Looking to give you something quick and easy, today’s pizza is a snap to make, using a...
Food Guy: Readers agree with Bricks & Barrels’ early grade
Community notes
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Lynn’s Drive-In one of state’s best kept secrets
BLUEWELL — The small, brick restaurant along U.S. 52 may look unassuming to passersby,...
Huntington a showcase for local art
“The Other Side of Christmas” is two books in one
Ex-POW Lynch to be featured at veterans benefit concert


Two sites considered for Hatfield McCoy Trails visitors center
PRINCETON, W.Va. – Mercer County officials are considering two sites for a Hatfield McCoy...
Scott Shalaway: Mammals on my mind
New River Gorge program trains teen rangers
Bait makers are plenty in the Mountain State