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Mooney: Trump ‘appropriate’ in asking investigation into Bidens

President Donald Trump's conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in July touched on multiple issues.

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Water line discussions resume Monday in Morgantown

The reclamation of construction area to be discussed.

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Questions arise over $15,950 price for rows of block to elevate flood relief houses

RISE agrees price is high but says projects are held to caps overall; state leaders want more competition for housing projects.

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Highland Hospital providing education for state students without reimbursement

Charleston-based facility looking for guidance from state lawmakers.

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Gee’s State of University Address Monday

WVU president will address faculty, staff and students.

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One dead in Kanawha County shooting

Shooting tied to domestic disturbance.

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Wheeling mayor asks DOT to consider options for reopening Suspension Bridge

Glenn Elliott penned a letter to state Secretary of Transportation Byrd White.

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Work zone safety remains concern during turnpike expansion near Beckley

95 speeding tickets were written in the zone during September.

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Mountaineers not deep enough to weather Cyclones’ storm

Forced to dig deep against Iowa State, West Virginia was exposed.

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Scoring Summary: Iowa State trounces West Virginia, 38-14

Live scoring updates from Saturday's West Virginia-Iowa State football game at Milan Puskar Stadium.

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Apple Butter Festival returns to Berkeley Springs, recognized by National Geographic

The festival kicks off Saturday.

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Clay County troopers investigate double-murder suicide

3 bodies found Friday almost two weeks after deaths.

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Clarksburg man pleads guilty to murder

Mason Lynch committed crime last January,

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Morgantown councilmembers, police chief discuss downtown complaints

Officials discussed concerns of open drug use, panhandling, fighting and disorderly conduct.

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Talented Cyclones will prove major challenge for West Virginia

Iowa State may not be ranked, but the Cyclones are as talented as anyone West Virginia has faced this season.

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West Virginia Wesleyan College receives single largest donation in school history

The gift will go towards the college's media studies and radio station.

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Kanawha woman arrested for fraud after allegedly lying to family about having cancer

She took over $24,000 in six months from family.

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Incentives, support result in Ohio County having lowest teacher absence rate in W.Va.

More than half of teachers in W.Va. missed 10 or more days in 2018-19 school year.

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Jefferson, Berkeley county governments asked to contribute to MARC funding

Delegate says progress made at Thursday night meeting.

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Manchin hopes to talk with Trump next week on Syria

Senator says believes he can get bipartisan group to ask Trump to reverse withdrawal decision.

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Names released in Charleston fire deaths

Investigations continue into separate fires.

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Fire damages business near Snowshoe entrance

Building housed a couple of businesses, but was not a Snowshoe Resort property

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Stubborn drought conditions persist in southern W.Va., despite recent rain

The area would need at least 6" of rain to eliminate drought conditions.

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Man dies in interstate exit crash

Wreck occurred in Berkeley County.

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Cease and desist order issued for Marshall sorority

The order comes amid allegations of illegal drug use and hazing.

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Manchin: Removing American troops from Syria ‘terrible miscalculation’

Manchin's statement comes as Turkish forces continue their assault on the Kurdish people.

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Justice, highways officials get firsthand look at Preston County roads

Gov. Jim Justice, state Highways Commissioner Byrd White and Deputy Highway Commissioner Jimmy Wriston took part in a tour with Preston County Commissioner Samantha Stone.

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Pro-Morrisey super PAC received contribution from indicted Giuliani associates

Parnas and Fruman made two political donations in May 2018; one of the contributions went to 35th Inc., a super PAC that spent millions of dollars backing state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey.

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AT&T, Huntington partner in community effort on opioid epidemic

Demoliation on three buildings began on Thursday.

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Half of West Virginia teachers miss 10 days or more each school year

Superintendent Paine says absences cut into student learning.

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