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- Foes are lining up against sale of W.Va. power plant
- WVU faces fresh suit over 2007 degree flap
- School meal effort not starting from scratch
- W.Va. meth lab seizures on the rise in 2013
- State News Briefs — Sunday, May 12, 2013
Logan County school officials have hired a private investigator to look into the circumstances surrounding the suspension of a middle school student who wore a National Rifle Association T-shirt to school.
W.Va. news briefs
Report: 43 workers killed on the job in W.Va. in 2011
Census figures rank W.Va. last for 2012 voting
Wheeling Jesuit seeks to build more housing
Marshall board approves hike for tuition, fees
W.Va. man charged in sex assault found dead
An ex-Army paratrooper with a history of mental issues who disappeared while serving home confinement has been found dead, authorities said.
- In rural West Virginia, schools rethink their role
W.Va.’s Fiesta dinnerware maker sues over knockoffs
West Virginia’s Homer Laughlin China Co. is suing two companies for selling what it claims are cheap Chinese imitations of its popular and collectible Fiesta dinnerware to an unsuspecting public.
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