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Midland Elementary helps Diamond residents with cleaning supplies
Diamond was one of the communities impacted by heavy rain and flooding over the weekend.[read more]

Akers to take Judge King’s seat
Gov. Jim Justice appoints longtime assistant prosecutor.[read more]

Nitro council approves park improvements
Councilmembers voted Tuesday on bids related to installing drainage and artificial turf, as well as paving the park's parking lot.[read more]

Swollen rivers create more flooding issues in W.Va. communities
The Kanawha and Ohio Rivers are slow to recede and are causing backups on their tributaries in southern and southwestern West Virginia.[read more]

City of Charleston, KCHD agree on mutual aid agreement through FEMA
City council approved the agreement Monday night.[read more]

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Man charged after 5-year-old son shoots himself
Police allege man left gun in his car and boy picked it up. The post Man charged after 5-year-old son shoots himself appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

More than 70 projects are part of Friday’s Undergraduate Research Day
The annual event is usually held at the State Capitol, but it's online this year. The post More than 70 projects are part of Friday’s Undergraduate Research Day appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Justice starts with a 60 percent income tax cut but proposes other tax hikes to make up ground
An outline of the governor's plan estimates tax reductions totaling $1,035,650,000, rebates totaling $52 million -- and tax increases of $902,600 million to make up for most of those breaks. The post Justice starts with a 60 percent income tax cut but proposes other tax hikes to make up ground ap...[read more]

House considers a slimmed-down version of intermediate court of appeals
The House of Delegates is describing a trimmed-down version of the intermediate court of appeals, reducing the number of districts and also cutting the estimated cost. The issue has been promoted for years in West Virginia and was among the recommendations of a 2009 judicial reform panel establis...[read more]

WVU Roundup: Wrestlers head to Big 12 Tourney, Stratford set for first home match
Women's soccer begins their four-match spring season Sunday. The post WVU Roundup: Wrestlers head to Big 12 Tourney, Stratford set for first home match appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

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