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Testing for cause of Yeager landslide adds to remediation costs
CRAIG CUNNINGHAM | Gazette-Mail photos
Testing for cause of Yeager landslide adds to remediation costs

Nearly half of a $995,000 engineering fee being spent to design the removal of Yeager Airport’s safety overrun area landslide and the stabilization of the slope from which it fell can be attributed to planning designed to accommodate forensic...

Testing for cause of Yeager landslide adds to remediation costs
Testing for cause of Yeager landslide adds to remediation costs

Nearly half of a $995,000 engineering fee being spent to design the removal of Yeager Airport’s safety overrun area landslide and the stabilization of the slope from which it fell can be attributed to planning designed to accommodate forensic...

Panel addresses mental health training among police

All police officers in West Virginia receive four hours of training on mental health at the West Virginia State Police Academy prior to certification, the director of training told a civil rights advisory committee at the state Capitol Friday....

Putnam County Back to School Blast (photos)
Putnam County Back to School Blast (photos)

Women sue A-B, say hidden camera in dorm took nude photos

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Four women allege their former assistant basketball coach at Alderson Broaddus University captured nude photographs of them by planting a camera in their dorm’s restroom and then distributed the photos to male...

Blankenship seeks to subpoena MSHA records for trial

Defense lawyers for former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship want the U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration to turn over what the attorneys say are previously undisclosed documents, including any records about an in-person meeting and a phone...

Family of Morgantown woman killed by police still lack answers

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The father of a Morgantown woman killed by police more than two months ago says most of what he’s learned about that day hasn’t come from the involved agency, the Monongalia County Sheriff’s Department....

10 years later, woman still grieves grandson’s death
10 years later, woman still grieves grandson’s death

It’s been 10 years since Teresa Johnson lost her grandson, but his death is not the type of thing a person gets over, she said.

Her faith, which she says grows stronger every day, has helped her cope with the frustration and heartache...

Putnam magistrate recorded making threats in courtroom

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A Putnam County magistrate challenged a Hurricane man to a fight during a court proceeding this week after the man insulted him in court filings, according to a recording of the hearing posted online.

Troy Sexton...

Bulletin Board: Aug. 15, 2015

‘Spirit of ‘45’ ceremony

The Donel C. Kinnard Memorial State Veterans Cemetery will host a “Spirit of ’45” ceremony commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II beginning at 12:15 p.m....

AARP to host free shred event Aug. 22

Kanawha Valley residents can dispose of sensitive documents during a “Fight Fraud, Shred Instead” recycling event, from 9 a.m. to noon on Aug. 22 at Cabela’s in Southridge Centre.

This free event is open to all Kanawha...

Putnam man sentenced to life in prison in baby’s death
Putnam man sentenced to life in prison in baby’s death

WINFIELD, W.Va. — Robert Jeremy Smith struggled through tears, his knees shaking, as he asked a judge Friday to show him mercy before he was sentenced in the killing of his infant son last year. But Putnam Circuit...

Boil-water advisories

West Virginia American Water has lifted the boil-water advisory for approximately 200 customers in the Blue Creek area of Elkview. The affected area included Blue Creek Road from W.Va. 119 to the end, Three Mile Road, Elk Estates and New Hope Road...

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