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USA Cycling officials visit Charleston amid the gear-up for the upcoming Pro Road National Championship to be held in the Capital City
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The largest governing body of the cycling sport, USA Cycling is bringing its national championship games to the Capital City this May, and officials with the nonprofit corporation are in town now doing a little prep work before the major event. USA Cycling CEO Brendan Quirk ca...[read more]

Justice says he awaits CPD to complete review of traffic stop involving Jimmy Wriston
Gov. Jim Justice says he's concerned and disappointed.[read more]

Wednesday rain leaves behind high water, power outages
Armour Creek exceeded its banks in Nitro.[read more]

CPD charge 14-year-old boys in violent crime spree
Police say crimes occurred on West Side and in North Charleston over a 9 day period.[read more]

State Department of Transportation highlights placement of EV charging stations in NEVI plan
State DOH officials took questions from the public in a meeting Tuesday night.[read more]

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House votes to remove exemptions for at-risk minors to take medicine for gender dysphoria
Last year, legislators passed a ban on gender surgery for minors, but wound up allowing treatment with medication under narrowly-tailored circumstances. The post House votes to remove exemptions for at-risk minors to take medicine for gender dysphoria appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

USA Cycling officials visit Charleston ahead of May national championship event
USA Cycling CEO Brendan Quirk came on 580 Live with Dave Allen Wednesday to talk more about the USA Cycling Pro Road National Championship set for May 14 - May 19 in Charleston. The post USA Cycling officials visit Charleston ahead of May national championship event appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Upshur County teen credited with saving woman from her burning home
Firefighters say without his quick thinking and bravery, the physically challenged woman may not have escaped a weekend fire in Upshur County The post Upshur County teen credited with saving woman from her burning home appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

WV Education Association, AFT-WV to merge into one organization
The announcement was made on Wednesday's MetroNews "Talkline." The post WV Education Association, AFT-WV to merge into one organization appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Justice comments again on Wriston traffic stop
Governor says he's concerned and disappointed. The post Justice comments again on Wriston traffic stop appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

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