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WVU offense looks a lot like Kansas State’s
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WVU offense looks a lot like Kansas State’s

MORGANTOWN — West Virginia and Kansas State have plenty in common, and not merely a pair of winning streaks around long losing streaks this season. The Mountaineers have adjusted their offense to mimic what the...

Video, photos: Joyful Night 2015 at West Virginia Capitol
Video, photos: Joyful Night 2015 at West Virginia Capitol

County officials say they weren’t contacted on Teach For America plans

Officials from two of the three West Virginia counties that a Teach For America leader said the group plans to serve say they haven’t been contacted by the organization, and one official said his county likely won’t need the program....

Clay Center event teaches students about city planning
Clay Center event teaches students about city planning

As students from three area middle schools created their own distinct towns during the annual Planners R Us event at the Clay Center on Tuesday, organizers noticed some striking similarities.

One group, for example, located its mall and...

Raleigh County woman arrested in robbery

West Virginia State Police on Tuesday arrested a Raleigh County woman who was a suspect in a Monday night robbery.

Rebecca Cook, 40, was arrested at a gas station in Ghent after State Police were tipped off about her location in the area....

WVU Parkersburg hopes to sell part of downtown campus

Pending board approval, West Virginia University at Parkersburg could sell part of its downtown campus space this week.

The university Board of Governors will meet Wednesday to consider selling two of three university-owned locations at the...

Appalachia grasps for hope as coal loses its grip on energy
Appalachia grasps for hope as coal loses its grip on energy

NEW YORK — The seams of coal in some of Eddie Asbury’s mines in McDowell County are so thin that workers can barely squeeze down them. They enter on carts nearly flat on their backs, the roof of the mine...

Local events seek bone marrow donor registration

Before Patty Barnhart would stay overnight at the Lakin Correctional Center, as a volunteer with Kairos Prison Ministry International, her friends would help her make 60 dozen cookies for the inmates.

Now, as Barnhart battles leukemia, her...

Drug firms accused of ‘delay tactics’ in pain pill suit

Eleven of the nation’s largest drug distribution companies are trying to stall a lawsuit because they want to conceal their role in West Virginia’s prescription drug epidemic, the Attorney General’s Office and...

West Side property receives DEP cleanup approval
West Side property receives DEP cleanup approval

A vacant piece of land on Charleston’s West Side, where Kroger has planned to build a gas station, may be one step closer to being ready for development.

The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection announced Tuesday that the...

Temporary VA clinic to open in Lewisburg

Greenbrier County will once again have a Veterans Administration health clinic after environmental problems closed the county’s lone clinic for most of the last 18 months.

The new, temporary clinic will be in Lewisburg and will be up and...

New video lottery system coming in 2018

State Lottery officials have finalized a contract with Scientific Games Corp. for a new central computer system to monitor and control the more than 14,000 video lottery machines operating in the state, acting Lottery Director John Myers said Tuesday....

Gazette-Mail Charities: New dentures would improve woman’s diet, health
Gazette-Mail Charities: New dentures would improve woman’s diet, health

All this 67-year-old woman needs for Christmas is a new set of teeth.

She has had her upper dental plate on her dentures for 30 years and, over time, it has become weak. The woman is worried that if she bites down on anything too solid or too...

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