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CHARLESTON — Requirements for system upgrades and additional maintenance are included in orders the state Public Service Commission has filed after a full service audit of Frontier Communications.

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Investigators with the West Virginia State Fire Marshal’s Office are seeking the public’s help in locating drivers who are believed to have been in the area of last month’s arson fires in Berkeley County that resulted in the death of a West Virginia Air National Guard firefighter.

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CHARLESTON — Gov. Jim Justice will be sworn in for his 2nd term Friday along with the other state constitutional officers.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice brushed off criticism that the posh resort he owns did not follow coronavirus pandemic guidelines after video surfaced of a New Year’s Eve gala showing a tightly packed ballroom, with many people not wearing masks.

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CHARLESTON– The Winter 2020 issue of GOLDENSEAL is now available. It covers a wide range of stories about West Virginia history and culture from across the state. Since 1975, GOLDENSEAL has been West Virginia’s Magazine of Traditional Life.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia, the last state to report a coronavirus case, spent relatively little on protective medical gear during the early months of the pandemic compared to other states, an Associated Press analysis shows.

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LEWISBURG — Amy Mills says she wasn’t sure just what she wanted to do with her life 30 years ago as a student at what was then Hinton High School.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said the state expects to get its first doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine on Dec. 15 if the shot receives emergency use authorization from federal regulators.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s infrastructure earned a solid D in all 5 areas of review from the West Virginia Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers 1st-ever report card for the state.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia unveiled a draft plan last week for rolling out a coronavirus vaccine, starting with medical workers and gradually bringing it to other essential workers and to the general public at sites such as drive-thru venues.

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CHARLESTON — First Lady Cathy Justice joined West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History Curator Randall Reid-Smith Friday to unveil her official 2020 Limited Edition Christmas Ornament.

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CHARLESTON (AP) — Paula Jean Swearengin is using her stances on progressive issues, her popularity from a role in a Netflix movie and the hard realities of a life spent in the southern West Virginia coalfields to try to snap Republican U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito's two-decade streak in po…

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia's secretary of state refuted President Donald Trump's claim that a postal worker in the state was ``selling ballots,`` while two U.S. senators expressed full confidence in the elections.

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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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