Kami Walker didn’t let Thursday’s chilly, second-day-of-spring weather affect her lunch-time walk along Park Drive in Fayetteville. Things are looking a little better over the next six days, with forecasters saying daytime temperatures will be in the mid- to upper 30s to lower 40s. However, there’s a chance of rain and/or snow over the same period.
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'Game of Thrones' leads Emmy nominations with 19
The fantasy saga “Game of Thrones,” defying the Emmy Awards’ grudging respect for genre fare, emerged as the leader in the nominations announced Thursday with 19 bids, including best drama series.
Other top nominees included a pair of ambitious miniseries, “Fargo,” with 18 bids, and “American Horror Story: Coven,” with 17. The AIDS drama “The Normal Heart” received 16 nominations, including best TV movie. The meth kingpin drama “Breaking Bad” got 16 bids for its final season, including best drama and best actor nod for star Bryan Cranston.
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Theatre West Virginia's 54th season: Young area actors hone their onstage chemistry
The star-crossed love of Roseanne McCoy and Johnse Hatfield will be brought to life by two young, talented performers — Allie Patton and Ben Stoll — starting Friday night for 17 performances of “Hatfields and McCoys” at Theatre West Virginia.
Greenbrier County Commission: Pool litigation, closed-door sessions consume meeting
A Greenbrier County Commission meeting provided the venue for another flurry of skirmishes in the continuing battle over the expenditure of bed tax funds to renovate a swimming pool.
Recent study: West Virginia ranks in the middle of the pack on public pension debt
In a recent report about public pension debt, study author Robert Sarvis points out that some states are using “bad math” when they calculate public pension debt, using an inflated discount rate.
A declining market and regulations woes make coal mining difficult business
Rick Taylor, president of the Pocahontas Coal Association, has spent his entire adult life working in the coal industry. That work has gotten harder in the past few years.
Lang to head WVU's new Department of Forensic and Investigative Science
West Virginia University has named Gerald Lang to lead its new Department of Forensic and Investigative Science.
Electricity restored to about 28,000 Mon Power customers
Mon Power has restored electricity to about 38,000 customers who lost service during a storm.
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