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Report: W.Va. Last in Well-Being of White Children

Posted: 04/01/2014 - A private foundation says the well-being of West Virginia's white children is the worst in the country, while black children in the state fare slightly above the national average.

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Report: 4 Sentenced to Death in Ohio in 2013

Posted: 04/01/2014 - An annual report on capital punishment in Ohio says four people were condemned to die last year, bringing the total number under Ohio's 1981 law to 320 death sentences.

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WVU Study: W.Va. Will Lose Population Through 2030

Posted: 03/31/2014 - West Virginia University researchers predict the state's population will decline by 1 percent, or nearly 20,000 residents, through the year 2030 as deaths continue to outpace births.

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Ohio Prison Guards Union Seeks Additional Officers

Posted: 03/27/2014 - The union representing Ohio prison guards wants an extra 400 officers to combat what it calls a sharp increase in the number of serious assaults by inmates on staff.

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Officials Report Progress in Ohio Oil Leak Cleanup

Posted: 03/25/2014 - Officials cleaning up thousands of gallons of crude oil that leaked from a pipeline into a southwest Ohio nature preserve hope to complete the emergency phase of cleanup in about a week.

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Elkview Woman Hit, Killed After Exiting Bus

Posted: 03/24/2014 - Police are investigating the death of a Kanawha County woman who was hit by a pickup truck after she exited a Kanawha Regional Transportation bus.

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Sum Raised By Tax Hike on Ohio Drillers in Dispute

Posted: 03/24/2014 - The administration of Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich is differing with legislative budget analysts on how much a proposed tax hike on big oil-and-gas drillers will generate.

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Veterans Who 'Walk Off The War' Begin Trek

Posted: 03/21/2014 - Combat veterans who are hiking the Appalachian Trail as part of the "Walk Off The War" program are at the start of their six-month trek.

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W.Va. Governor Signs 'Future Fund' Bill

Posted: 03/21/2014 - Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin signed legislation that saves a portion of West Virginia's severance tax on energy and extraction industries to finance infrastructure needs and teacher raises.

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