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Justice considers relaxing restaurant seating requirement; opens state park stays to non-residents

Campgrounds, lodges open to non-residents beginning next Wednesday. .

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WVU announces pandemic-impacted fall semester schedule

Last 2 weeks will be spent off-campus/online.

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Coronavirus testing increases in West Virginia jails and prisons

West Virginia starts corrections testing push in Eastern Panhandle.

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State receives ‘several hundred’ fraudulent claims for unemployment using stolen IDs

WorkForce West Virginia discovers fraud while processing record number of claims for pandemic.

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Justice takes call from Trump during briefing, comments that any president would be welcome but Obama

Justice says Trump told him West Virginia will not be selected as site for Republican National Convention.

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Casinos around West Virginia set for reopening with limited offerings

Each casino has different guidelines for Friday's reopening.

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Two killed in Jefferson County crash

The crash happened on Martinsburg Pike Tuesday afternoon.

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Video, updates: Justice plans 10:30 a.m. Wednesday briefing

State officials direct people to 1-800-887-4304.

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Metronews This Morning 6-3-20

Protests over the death of George Floyd continue across the country and Morgantown stages one of the biggest yet in West Virginia. So far those...

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Candidates face campaign obstacles due to pandemic

People seeking public office have not been able to take part in traditional campaign activities because of the coronavirus.

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Lincoln County pharmacy sentenced for money laundering in drug conspiracy

Meds2Go Express Pharmacy Inc. of Alum Creek reached a plea agreement in December 2019.

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Raleigh couple charged with making up wife’s fall from Grandview overlook

More than 40 hours searching hillside when woman was hiding at home.

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Secure entrance highlights Fayette County school project

Ground broken Tuesday at Midland Trail High School.

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COVID-19 deaths now at 78

Latest recorded in Berkeley County.

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Manchin chosen to lead Glenville State in uncertain times

Mark Manchin will leave Harrison County superintendent's job to take first college position.

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RISE homes are all moving toward contract, Hoyer says, although much still work remains

Fourth anniversary of devastating flood is coming up this month.

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Hoyer says National Guard role in quelling disturbances would be supporting law enforcement

Justice, Hoyer cast doubt on whether West Virginia protests would get violent.

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Rumored arrival of out-of-town protestors close businesses, facilities in Wheeling

The protests did not occur.

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W.Va. sheriffs condemn officer action in George Floyd death

West Virginia Sheriff's day they are uniquely qualified to address the issues of racial tension between the African American community and law enforcement

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Morgantown rally sends message of solidarity, equality

"Skin color does not determine worth here," organizer says.

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Charleston pastor says conversations about trust need to happen non-stop

Pastor Matthew Watts says the matter needs constant attention from both sides to ever be solved.

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CAMC rebounding, but not all the way back

CEO Dave Ramsey says although they are operating with all services, some are still afraid to visit a hospital.

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Anmoore manufacturer gets new majority owner, plans for expansion

Graphite materials to help create national supply chain.

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Survivors of Braxton County veteran who died under suspicious circumstances at the Clarksburg VA are suing

The lawsuit from family members of John Hallman, a U.S. Navy veteran who died in 2018, is the 3rd to be filed against the VA.

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Winfield police officer resigns following Facebook posts on protests

The office was also a member of the West Virginia National Guard.

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Metronews This Morning 6-2-20

Governor Jim Justice says West Virginians who are handling protests over George Floyd’s death in the correct manner without vandalism and violence. Justice said he...

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State awards $7.4 million in transportation grants

State officials on Monday awarded 38 transportation grants for projects in 27 counties.

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Morgantown council could schedule abatement hearing at Tuesday evening

The city council will meet virtually at 7 p.m.

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76th West Virginian dies from coronavirus; daily rate below 1%

The latest person to die from the virus is an 80-year-old man from Preston County.

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Autopsy performed on Taylor County man whose head was severed; suspect in custody

Sheriff says investigation continuing.

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