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Political rallies likely to affect traffic in, around Charleston
Political rallies likely to affect traffic in, around Charleston

With hours to prepare for crowds reaching 14,000 people, the Civic Center and surrounding areas likely will be congested before and during Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s rally today.

Woman admits to robbery in case of man who died from fall
Woman admits to robbery in case of man who died from fall

Prosecutors on Wednesday dismissed a murder charge against a Charleston woman, after she admitted to robbing a man before he fell to his death from her apartment window last year.

District boundary lines cause problems at Kanawha polls
District boundary lines cause problems at Kanawha polls

Dave Hardy, a Kanawha County commissioner, voted in the wrong delegate district in the primary. Hardy, who lives in Delegate District 35, was handed a ballot for Delegate District 36 when he went to vote early with his wife last...

Readers’ Vent: May 5, 2016

Express your opinion on any subject you wish. Not all comments are published. Call 304-348-1775 or email readersvent@wvgazettemail.com.

WV budget special session may start in later this month
WV budget special session may start in later this month

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin likely will call a special session to take up the 2016-17 state budget later this month, whether there’s agreement in the Legislature on a budget plan or not, Revenue Secretary Bob Kiss said Wednesday.

WV Supreme Court rejects lawsuit filed against county clerks
WV Supreme Court rejects lawsuit filed against county clerks

An emergency lawsuit filed against the county clerks of Cabell and Kanawha counties for refusing to accept online voter registration was rejected by the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals on Tuesday.

Political rallies likely to affect traffic in, around Charleston
Political rallies likely to affect traffic in, around Charleston

With hours to prepare for crowds reaching 14,000 people, the Civic Center and surrounding areas likely will be congested before and during Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s rally today.

Kasich to end bid for the White House
Kasich to end bid for the White House

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Ohio Gov. John Kasich is leaving the Republican presidential contest, giving Donald Trump a clear path to his party’s nomination.

Report: Prince tried to meet with doctor before death
Report: Prince tried to meet with doctor before death

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Prince had arranged to meet a California doctor to try to kick an addiction to painkillers shortly before his death, according to a newspaper report published Wednesday.

Around WV: May 4, 2016
Around WV: May 4, 2016

In Around West Virginia: a woman allegedly uses Facebook to set up robberies, a cancer survivor swims with the dolphins, laid-off miners file a class-action lawsuit, and more.

Huntington Fire Department carrying opiate reversal drug
Huntington Fire Department carrying opiate reversal drug

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – The city of Huntington says medication that can reverse the effect of opiates in case of an overdose is now stocked on all of the city fire department emergency response vehicles.

Rockefeller sets up WVU public service scholarship
Rockefeller sets up WVU public service scholarship

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Former U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller has set up a public service scholarship in his name at West Virginia University.

Clay schools closed after alleged shooting threat from students
Clay schools closed after alleged shooting threat from students

CLAY — Clay County schools were closed Wednesday and will remain closed for the rest of the week while police investigate threats that Clay County Middle School students allegedly made about shooting classmates and teachers,...

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