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Capito optimistic Congress will approve highway bill
CHRIS DORST | Gazette-Mail
Capito optimistic Congress will approve highway bill

U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito is optimistic Congress will approve a long-term highway funding bill that will provide stability to West Virginia and the rest of the nation.

“We are really pushing the House to pass a long-term bill so...

Capito optimistic Congress will approve highway bill
Capito optimistic Congress will approve highway bill

U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito is optimistic Congress will approve a long-term highway funding bill that will provide stability to West Virginia and the rest of the nation.

“We are really pushing the House to pass a long-term bill so...

Faith In Action volunteer orientations scheduled

Faith in Action of the Greater Kanawha Valley (FIAGKV) has announced several new volunteer orientation training dates through the fall. As an all-volunteer service organization, FIAGKV is always striving to grow its base of people willing to reach out ...

Lunch meeting set for discussion of Kanawha drug problem

Drug and Alcohol Presentations Inc. will sponsor a community luncheon/meeting to discuss the growing drug problem in the Greater Kanawha Valley. The luncheon will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 26 at Kanawha United Presbyterian Church, 1009...

Names released after police officer shoots, kills man in Nitro

Police have released the name of a Nitro police officer who shot and killed a man Saturday night, as well as the name of the deceased man.

Sgt. T.A. Jarrell, who has been a police officer 11 years, shot and killed David Lane Cooke, 52, of Nitro, ...

Obama urges coalfield officials to support climate action

As coal industry officials and their political allies launched furious opposition to a federal effort to fight climate change, President Obama on Monday urged coalfield communities to support the plan, offering to work with local leaders to address...

Residents appeal Walmart decision

The Putnam County Board of Zoning Appeals wrongly relied on an inadequate traffic study when it granted a special-use permit to allow Walmart to develop along W.Va. 34 in Teays Valley, a petition filed Monday in Putnam County Circuit Court alleges....

Cantley Drive closed for emergency repairs
Cantley Drive closed for emergency repairs

Three sentenced for drugs in federal court

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- A Detroit man who admitted to distributing between one and three kilograms of heroin in a year in Huntington was sentenced Monday to spend 11 years in federal prison.

Antonio Sanjuan Shadwick, 32, also known as...

Consulting group to sponsor Professor of the Year program

Graystone Consulting of Charleston has agreed to become a major sponsor for the Faculty Merit Foundation’s Professor of the Year program, according to a news release.

The Faculty Merit Foundation aims to recognize and reward innovation...

Trial for men accused of bouncer shooting pushed back

The trial for two men charged with shooting a bouncer at a downtown Charleston nightclub was pushed back again until later this month.

The trial for George Sawyer, 30, and Tasheem Collins, 38, was set to begin Monday. The men are charged with...

Three counties to test out school bus arm extensions
Three counties to test out school bus arm extensions

Following alarming reports of the number of West Virginia drivers who illegally pass stopped school buses, three districts are testing out adding to their existing bus stop signs 6-feet-long extensions that fold out into adjacent lanes of traffic....

One shot at West Side bar

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A Charleston man was shot early Monday morning at a West Side bar that police say is a frequent trouble spot.

Sgt. Tyke Hunt of the Charleston Police Department said Brian Myers, 25, of Charleston, got into an argument at...

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