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Greenbrier Resort owner Jim Justice enjoys a standing ovation after his introduction during a press conference on Monday at the White Sulphur Springs Civic. Justice announced that he will run for governor of West Virginia in 2016.

Justice leads both Kessler & Cole in MetroNews West Virginia Poll governor races

The poll numbers were released on Friday's MetroNews "Talkline." Full Story »

Harpers Ferry business ready to reopen after fire

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The Vintage Lady first of destroyed businesses to start over. Full Story »

WVAWC puts temporary backup water plan in place in Huntington

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Increasing algal bloom activity prompts precautionary measure. Full Story »

U.S. Attorney sees positives come out of steroid bust

22 hours ago by in News

Ihlenfeld said they found their first link to the scheme when Customs discovered a suspicious package from China, eventually prompting an investigation. Full Story »

President’s approval still falling, pessimism up in latest West Virginia Poll

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The poll results, focused on national issues, were released on Thursday's MetroNews "Talkline." Full Story »

DNR investigating black bear attack in Nicholas County

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Due to a lack of physical evidence from the bear and a delay in the reporting of the attack, the bear has not been found. Full Story »

State revenues down $12 million after 2 months of fiscal year

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Struggling coal industry the reason why. Full Story »

37th Annual West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival kicks off in Clarksburg

13 hours ago by in News

The festival runs from Friday to Sunday Full Story »

UMWA reaches tentative deal with Blackhawk, VCLF

22 hours ago by in News

President Cecil Roberts says more details need to be finalized before terms are released. Full Story »

Capito on Trump

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GOP presidential candidate signs pledge. Full Story »

3 charged in Logan High incident where students chanted profanities at police

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Students refusal to turn down music leads to confrontation with administrators and law enforcement Full Story »

Water festival kicks off in Charleston

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The next Water Festival will be held in Huntington on Sept. 17. Full Story »

Union group rallies for their right to represent state workers in court

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The State Bar Association could possibly make a recommendation to the state Supreme Court regarding state employee representation in administrative hearings. Full Story »

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