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MORGANTOWN — The latest COVID-19 test results involving students at West Virginia University show the highest number yet of students testing positive.

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CHARLESTON — President Donald Trump's top coronavirus adviser said Wednesday that other states could adapt West Virginia's color-coded map for public schools during the coronavirus pandemic.

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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — Vice President Mike Pence visited West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice's resort, The Greenbrier, on Saturday to congratulate the governor, a fellow Republican, on his response to the coronavirus.

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FAIRMONT — Nancy Stahl and her husband were going to the grocery store last Saturday to pick up some food for a barbecue when a police car pulled them over.

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ROMNEY — CHARLESTON — The state Supreme Court last week upheld the conviction and sentence of Lena Lunsford Conaway, convicted in the 2011 death of her 3-year-old daughter.

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CHARLESTON — People who qualify for SNAP nutrition help can now apply for the Low Income Energy Assistance Program.

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CHARLESTON (AP) _ The U.S. Postal Service is considering closing post offices across the country, sparking concerns ahead of an anticipated surge of mail-in ballots in the 2020 elections, U.S. Sen Joe Manchin and a union leader said last week.

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BLUEWELL — On March 9, 1967, Airman First Class Daniel Cortez Reese was a member of a crew on an EC-47 recon aircraft when enemy fire in Vietnam shot the plane out of the sky, killing everyone aboard.

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CHARELSTON — An enhanced unclaimed property management system and website is designed to give West Virginians a simple, safe and more up-to-date search and claim experience.

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CHARLESTON  (AP) — A fourth lawsuit has been filed involving the sudden deaths of patients at a West Virginia veterans hospital where a former nursing assistant admitted giving them wrongful insulin injections.

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BECKWITH (AP) — More than 30 children took to the waters of the larger of two ponds at Fayette County Park, where they learned the basics of stand-up paddleboarding, practiced kayak maneuvers and used spinning rods to cast worm-baited hooks toward suspected fish hangouts.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia farmers are keeping a wary eye on the sky these days and hoping to see some dark clouds gathering. Although West Virginia is now in an actual drought, the situation is becoming critical for some.

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CHARLESTON (AP) — The former West Virginia public health leader forced out by the governor says decades-old computer systems and cuts to staff over a period of years had made a challenging job even harder during a once-in-a-century pandemic.

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CLARKSBURG — A former nursing assistant pled guilty Tuesday in federal court here to murder and assault charges in the deaths of 8 veterans at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Clarksburg.

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MORGANTOWN — Fossil records that reveal how new animals evolve is key not only to understanding the history of life on Earth, but could play a role in guiding modern conservation efforts in predicting responses to future climate change, according to West Virginia University geologist James L…

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice forced out the commissioner of his public health bureau last week, hours after he publicly questioned the accuracy of the state's coronavirus data and detailed growing outbreaks in about a dozen counties.

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1CHARLESTON —About 3,600 West Virginians filed for unemployment benefits last week as the state continues to lift coronavirus restrictions, federal data showed Thursday.

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CHARLESTON — A private college in West Virginia said last week it is removing the name of the late U.S. Sen. Robert C. Byrd from its health center, saying his name had caused ``divisiveness and pain`` without explicitly noting his complicated past on racial matters.

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1CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice on Friday called for face masks, social distancing and testing as local health officials reported several coronavirus outbreaks linked to churches and travel.

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BUCKHANNON — Two men who believe they were switched at birth nearly 80 years ago are suing a Roman Catholic diocese in West Virginia, alleging negligence and breach of duty by the hospital where they were born.

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CHARLESTON — Following bipartisan support in both the House of Delegates and State Senate in 2017, the Medical Cannabis Act was signed into law in West Virginia with expectations the new industry would be up and running by July 2019. 

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CHARLESTON — Rite-Aid and Walgreens failed to monitor and report suspicious orders of prescription painkillers in West Virginia while inundating their retail pharmacies with tens of millions of pills, according to a state lawsuit.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice continued to defend himself Thursday after making comments about not wanting former President Barack Obama in the state, saying he's not racist and has black friends.

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Gov. Jim Justice is sitting in the catbird’s seat as voters head to the polls next Tuesday to pick their candidates for November’s general election.