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Tuesday update: Audiovisual feed for spectators to Blankenship jury selection breaks

Jury selection continued for a fourth day Tuesday in the criminal trial of former Massey Energy Co. CEO Don Blankenship.

It was not clear by the evening how much progress had been made toward picking 12 jurors who will decide...

Governor puts focus on workforce retraining

John Dunlap never thought he would find himself in college at this point in his life.

“I’m a college student, unbelievably, at 50 years old,” said Dunlap, a former West Virginia coal miner, as he spoke about his experience...

From the Kitchen: Seeking comfort food for autumn

When it’s autumn and a blustery day is ahead, where else to turn to for comfort and nourishment but chili?

You don’t have to be headed out to a stadium or gearing up for televised sports marathon (“homegate”)...

Kiss-A-Pig for Diabetes kick-off event Saturday

The Charleston Gold Dome Lions Club will host the 16th Annual Kiss-A-Pig for Diabetes Awareness Program event in October and November at the Charleston Family YMCA. The FUNdraising event is held to raise research money for a cure for diabetes and for...

Charleston Town Center announces Wee Trick-or-Treat event

Mall announces Wee Trick-or-Treat event

Charleston Town Center’s mall-wide annual Wee Trick-or-Treat will take place from 6 to 7 p.m. on Oct. 22. Children are invited to come in costume and trick-or-treat throughout all three levels of...

Humane Association to host second Tuxes & Tails Gala

Humane Association to host Tuxes & Tails Gala

The Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association’s Tuxes & Tails Gala, where animal lovers unite to celebrate and support the work of Kanawha County’s animal shelter, will be held from 6 p.m. ...

Photo: WVU alumni leader honored for birthday
Photo: WVU alumni leader honored for birthday

Steve Douglas, who has led the West Virginia University Alumni Association as its president and CEO for more than 27 years, arrived Tuesday evening to the Clay Center in Charleston to celebrate his 60th birthday with a full house of friends and...

State higher education system part of 4 percent budget cut

Mid-cycle budget cuts will not come at a reduced rate for West Virginia’s higher education and community college systems.

While funding for public schools will only be decreased 1 percent, the state’s colleges will be subject to...

Grand jury to hear Putnam murder case
Grand jury to hear Putnam murder case

The case of a Putnam County man accused of murder is moving forward after a county magistrate found probable cause to send it to a grand jury.

Philip Casto, 33, appeared before Magistrate Linda Hunt on Tuesday for a preliminary hearing....

Photos: Helicopter aids in AEP high-wire act
Photos: Helicopter aids in AEP high-wire act

Testimony still not done in Derakhshan case
Testimony still not done in Derakhshan case

The final witness in the West Virginia Board of Medicine’s case against Charleston neurologist Dr. Iraj Derakhshan testified on Tuesday, but once again conclusion on the case was delayed to another date.

Dr. Egilius L.H. Spierings, a...

Conference promotes working together to protect children

An all hands on deck approach is vital in order to make a difference in the lives of children who have been exposed to their caregivers’ drug addiction, a nationally recognized juvenile justice advocate told a group gathered at the Charleston...

WV budget cuts expected to hurt services

Many government agencies in West Virginia likely will struggle to deliver services after being hit with a fourth consecutive year of mandatory spending cuts, state Revenue Secretary Bob Kiss said Tuesday.

The agencies are expected to postpone...

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