Moody's Investors Service lowers W.Va. debt rating

The Justice administration says Moody's Investors Service has downgraded the state's general obligation debt rating, citing growing structural instability between the government's financial resources and expense liability.

Houston's police chief says no one has been found injured and there's no evidence of a shooting amid reports of gunfire inside the hospital at the Texas Medical Center.

The West Virginia Legislature is considering a revised "Litter Law", but the head of Wood County's Solid Waste Authority is concerned about one of the changes.

Volunteer fire crews from three departments have been dispatched to a possible structure fire at an address on Buffalo Run.

American & United Airlines offering "economy fares" to and from major U.S. cities.

Prosecutor drops sexual-assault charges against ex-OU student

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Ravenswood man accused of sending nude images to girl, 14

Burger King, Tim Hortons parent to buy Popeyes for $1.8B

Mom mails garbage to son at college after he forgets to take out trash at home

Mountaineer Mascot keeps job for 2nd year

UPDATE: Beechwood Manor shooting suspect waives preliminary hearing

Man celebrates working 70 years in same hardware store

4 Pa. railroad workers hurt in commuter train accident

Bill introduced to make Bible W.Va.'s state book

Cursive handwriting bill introduced in Ohio

UPDATE: Appeals court hearing Ohio lethal-injection case

Todd weighs in on the debate over the media

Parkersburg police investigate weekend shooting

W.Va. Gov. Justice proposes inventory of state's vehicles to promote efficency

Bill would make delivery of drugs resulting in death a felony in W.Va.

Trump taps military strategist as national security adviser

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'Refugees Welcome' Banner Unfurled at Statue of Liberty

National park police are investigating how a banner reading "Refugees Welcome" got on to the Statue of Liberty Tuesday afternoon.

Yiannopoulos Quits Breitbart, Apologizes for Uproar

Milo Yiannopoulos said he's planning his own site, saying controversy over his remarks about sexual abuse shouldn't detract from Breitbart's mission.

WH: Goal of Immigration Agenda Is Not Mass Deportation

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer comments on the pair of memos released by the Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday, explaining that the

Milo Yiannapoulos Resigns From Breitbart

Yiannapoulos said he decision to leave Breitbart was his and his alone. He then went on to say he wants to be a "free speech warrior" and will form his own media company.

DHS Told to Start Crackdown on Illegal Border Crossings

DHS Secretary John Kelly's memos are similar to orders signed by Trump as part of his campaign promise to take a harder line on illegal immigration.

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