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Planned rehab center looks to fund education, outpatient center
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Planned rehab center looks to fund education, outpatient center

Those who’ve been working to establish a residential alcohol and drug addiction treatment center on property near Capital High School are seeking public and private funding for an outpatient care and education center as...

World leaders gather in Paris for climate talks
World leaders gather in Paris for climate talks

LE BOURGET, France — With dramatic vows to save future generations from an overheated planet, the largest gathering ever of world leaders began two weeks of talks Monday aimed at producing the most far-...

Oak Hill men face murder charges for 2014 fire

Two men have been charged with murder in a 2014 fire that killed two women in Fayette County.

William Eugene Dixon, 55, of Oak Hill, turned himself in on Monday afternoon and was arraigned on two murder charges, according to a Facebook post from ...

Huntington man pleads guilty to heroin charge

A Huntington man has pleaded guilty to a federal drug charge after he was caught with 53 grams and another 20 bags of heroin.

Robert Womble II, 26, entered a guilty plea in U.S. District Court in Huntington for possession with intent to sell,...

Coonskin Park holiday lights on display

Kanawha County Parks and Recreation announces that the annual Lights of Coonskin will be on display nightly from 5:30 to 10 p.m. now through Dec. 31 at Coonskin Park, including Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

The light displays will have a...

Blankenship jury urged to be ‘vigilant’ and ‘respectful’

Jurors in the Don Blankenship criminal case deliberated for another day Monday, after being instructed to be “vigilant” about contact with the public and to be...

Planned rehab center looks to fund education, outpatient center
Planned rehab center looks to fund education, outpatient center

Those who’ve been working to establish a residential alcohol and drug addiction treatment center on property near Capital High School are seeking public and private funding for an outpatient care and education center as...

South Charleston man shot by Nitro Police arraigned

The South Charleston man who was shot by a Nitro Police officer during a traffic stop earlier this month could face more than $1,000 in fines and up to five years in prison if convicted of obstructing and fleeing an officer.

Mickey Cecil Davis, ...

Ohio company says it’s not responsible for community center leaks

An Ohio company denies that it mishandled roofing jobs at two Charleston community centers.

Ohio Valley Spray Foam Inc., of Marietta, denied city claims that it’s responsible for water damage at the North Charleston and Martin Luther King,...

Prosecutor unsure if Belle homeowner will be charged in shooting

It’s too early to determine whether prosecutors will try to indict a Belle homeowner who shot and killed a man who he said broke into his home over the weekend.

Kanawha County Prosecuting Attorney Charles Miller said Monday afternoon...

Charitable giving down in WV, report finds

In another sign that West Virginia’s economy is not rebounding in tune with the nation’s, charitable giving declined in West Virginia by about 2 percent, even as it increased nationwide, a new report found.

The report from...

Most WV high schools not meeting financial aid goal

Fewer than a third of West Virginia high schools met a statewide goal to increase the number of seniors filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

Earlier this year, the College Foundation of West Virginia set its FAFSA completion ...

Barbershop is all about family for Nitro man
Barbershop is all about family for Nitro man

Steve Lanham grew up in a family of barbers and beauticians. His father cut hair for years in Nitro and Cross Lanes. His mother still trims and styles hair at a Nitro beauty shop.

But when he was growing up, Lanham had absolutely no interest in ...

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