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Deputies still looking for those who tried to steal Elkview ATM
Failed attempt happened Monday morning.[read more]

Mountaineer Gas submits plan to ‘levelize’ winter rates
Rates to go up Nov. 1.[read more]

Charleston commercial property broker applauds plans for multi-million dollar sports complex
Howard Swint appeared on MetroNews 'Talkline' Monday.[read more]

KCHD monitoring flu season, encourages flu and COVID vaccines
Flu and COVID shots are available at the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department every Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.[read more]

Kanawha County Emergency Ambulance Authority continues push for emergency service workers
Monica Mason speaks to 580-WCHS.[read more]

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Morgantown native rides out Ian in Florida
Mark Furfari said the 13-hour storm was like nothing he's been through and he's in no hurry to experience it a second time. The post Morgantown native rides out Ian in Florida appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Mason authorities identify homicide victim, secure warrant
According to Mason Police Chief Colton McKinney, the body of 34-year-old Jason Peirce of Racine, Ohio, was found Friday evening. The post Mason authorities identify homicide victim, secure warrant appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Stevenson hoping to make major impact through fiery and productive play
In his first season at West Virginia, guard Erik Stevenson believes he will provide the Mountaineers with much-needed toughness and leadership. The post Stevenson hoping to make major impact through fiery and productive play appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Gee cites ‘WVU degree value,’ accomplishments during State of the University
Longtime WVU president says higher education makes a difference. The post Gee cites ‘WVU degree value,’ accomplishments during State of the University appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

West Virginia justices consider constitutionality of public aid to students leaving public schools
The hearing at the Supreme Court will explore the arguments of parents who want the scholarship money for their families' unique education needs versus other parents who say the program will diminish the public education system. The post West Virginia justices consider constitutionality of public...[read more]

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