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W.Va. Hospital Will House Prison Inmates

Posted: 12/04/2009 - To ease overcrowding in West Virginia's prisons and jails, Jackie Withrow Hospital in Beckley will soon become home to 70 minimum security inmates.

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Yeager Airport Expects Boost From Boy Scout Camp

Posted: 12/03/2009 - Yeager Airport is expecting a 10 percent annual increase in boardings from a high-adventure camp that the Boy Scouts of America plans to open in Fayette County.

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Ohio Dismemberment Killer Fights 1-Drug Execution

Posted: 12/02/2009 - A man scheduled to be executed next week in the slaying and dismembering of a woman says the state shouldn't be allowed to rush ahead with its new one-drug lethal injection method.

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Ohio Court Won't Hear Officer's Murder Appeal

Posted: 12/02/2009 - Ohio's supreme court has turned down a former police officer's appeal of his conviction in the deaths of his pregnant girlfriend and their unborn daughter.

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W.Va. Sees Drop In Flu Cases

Updated: 09/08/2011 - West Virginia has seen a sharp drop in reports of flu over the last month, which has officials wondering if the so-called swine flu pandemic is fading.

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Ohio Teen Finds Bones Likely Native American

Posted: 12/02/2009 - A teenager has found human bones along a central Ohio creek, and a coroner believes they're most likely native American remains at least 160 years old.

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W.Va. Man Famed For Huffing Mugshot Is Sober Again

Posted: 12/02/2009 - Patrick Tribett catapulted to international fame in the summer of 2005, when his police mug shot -- showing the lower half of his face covered in gold spray paint -- circulated on the internet.

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Ohio Court Rejects Killer Of 3 Innocence Claim

Posted: 12/02/2009 - The Ohio Supreme Court has rejected the claim of a death row inmate who says he did not kill a 7-year-old girl and two other people in a 1994 shooting.

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W.Va. Hosts Conference For Small Businesses

Posted: 12/02/2009 - Morgantown is hosting a regional conference for small businesses and venture capitalists that's designed to raise awareness of federal grants and contracts.

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Police In Ohio Checking Toy Camel With Noose

Posted: 12/02/2009 - An Ohio graduate student with a middle eastern-sounding name says he found a toy camel with a noose around its neck hanging from his apartment door.

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W.Va. Pol Who Tried To Vote Twice Is Censured

Posted: 12/02/2009 - The Jefferson County democrats have issued a formal censure against a democratic county commissioner who tried to vote twice in a zoning referendum last month.

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4 Face Charges In W.Va. Dog Attack

Posted: 12/02/2009 - Monroe County sheriff Michael Gravely says four people are facing misdemeanor charges over an attack by a pack of dogs on a 70-year-old man.

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