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Ex-Mercer teacher seeks change of venue for trial
A former PikeView High School teacher and coach is seeking a change of venue for his trial on charges of sexually abusing students.
Man who crashed employer’s network sentenced to 4 years
A former network engineer for an oil and gas firm’s Charleston office has been sentenced to four years in federal prison for intentionally causing damage to the company’s computer system.
Five counties OK Sunday hunts on private land
After voters gave their blessing, Sundays will be fair game for West Virginians to hunt on some private lands in five more counties.
Beckley lawyer elected W.Va. State Bar president
Kevin J. Robinson of Beckley is the new president of the West Virginia State Bar.
W.Va. news briefs
UMW backs new coal dust rule
Outfitters test rafting below Hawks Nest Dam
Wheeling Jesuit receives grant for teacher program
Jefferson County Fair Board cancels pig show
Mercer County reports 1st rabies case of 2014
Delegate paid for missed session
A West Virginia lawmaker collected his pay for this year’s regular session while missing the entire 60-day proceeding.
W.Va. news briefs
Flags lowered in honor of ex-Supreme Court justice
Judge allows chemical spill probe to proceed
Teenager charged with stealing pizza delivery car
Sale of Girl Scout cookies in workplace gets the OK
- Former state Justice 'Spike' Maynard dies
Judge is accused of violating code
A Randolph County judge who acknowledged having an affair with a community corrections official has been charged by the Judicial Investigation Commission with violating several canons of the Code of Judicial Conduct.
New River Gorge fire is contained; trail reopens
Firefighters have fully contained a wildfire that’s been burning in the New River Gorge National River for about a week.
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