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Looking to move away from the hustle and bustle of the big city? You can now take country roads, and a paycheck, to get home to West Virginia. 

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CHARLESTON — New guidance from the federal government will send extra food money to some households already receiving SNAP benefits.

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CHARLESTON — A bill that would regulate needle exchange programs in West Virginia passed the Republican-controlled legislature on Saturday. Critics have said more stringent requirements for the programs will constrain the number of providers who give clean syringes to injection drug users no…

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia business groups are opposing key parts of Republican Gov. Jim Justice's proposal to cut the personal income tax because it includes other tax hikes. On top of those concerns, Republicans are worried that the federal stimulus package stymies their ability to enact t…

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice's near-daily ritual of reading the ages and hometowns of people who died from the coronavirus stretched to nearly 19 minutes Friday.

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CHARLESTON — As the season changes from winter to spring and more drivers hit the roads, the West Virginia Governor’s Highway Safety Program is reminding all drivers of the importance of seat belt use.

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ALUM CREEK — The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is getting ready to open a new wildlife education center in Kanawha County.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia has long proclaimed itself ``Almost Heaven,'' a nod to a song and soaring mountaintop vistas. Now some joke the state name-checked in ``Take Me Home, Country Roads'' could take things up a notch as Democratic U.S. Sen Joe Manchin bargains his way through Congress.

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WHEELING — An attorney with 18 years experience in West Virginia’s Northern District is now the acting U.S. attorney here.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has agreed to live in Charleston, the seat of state government, ending a long-running challenge over his residency.

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CHARLESTON (AP) — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has ordered the loosening of pandemic restrictions on businesses after a decline in coronavirus deaths and cases, and he sought the return of all elementary and middle school students to in-person learning.

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — Housed many, many feet above the ground, close to the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, lives a pair of eagles — Smitty and Bella.

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CHARELSTON — West Virginia Division of Highways snowplow drivers are cutting a colorful swath across the state these days when they clear the roads of ice and snow.

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CHARLESTON — Leaders from both parties in the West Virginia Senate on Tuesday credited Republican Gov. Jim Justice for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic but some cautioned that more can be done, including helping small businesses.

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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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