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W.Va. House Votes To Replace "Retarded" In Law

Updated: 05/13/2010 - A growing number of advocacy groups believe the term has become a slur, and so West Virginia lawmakers are moving to erase the phrase "mentally retarded" from the state's lawbooks.

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Youth Expo Attracting Families

Updated: 02/15/2010 - The Wood County Family Resource Network has dozens of ideas that will keep kids active and involved in the community.

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Police: Ohio Man Shot While Shoveling Snow

Posted: 02/11/2010 - The death of an Ohio man found slumped over while shoveling snow is being considered a homicide, because authorities say he had been shot and that his wallet and other items were missing.

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Social Media May Change Ohio Courts Broadcast Rule

Posted: 02/11/2010 - An Ohio Supreme Court justice says the growth of social media networks and the popularity of smart phones may force the court to update rules for courtroom broadcasting.

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Liquor Sales Up In W.Va.

Posted: 02/11/2010 - Liquor sales in West Virginia are increasing and retailers say more people are opting to drink at home.

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Ohio Stimulus Sign Critic Backed 74 Other Namings

Posted: 02/11/2010 - An Ohio state senator who's leading a charge to stamp out road signs touting stimulus spending has routinely supported memorial highway and bridge namings paid for with tax dollars.

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W.Va. Turnpike Workers Told To Make Up Storm Hours

Posted: 02/11/2010 - The State Parkways Authority says it mistakenly paid West Virginia Turnpike employees who couldn't get to work during a December storm, and they'll have to make up that time.

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New Democrat In Race For Ohio Elections Chief

Posted: 02/10/2010 - A former Columbus city council member and current county clerk says she is seeking the democratic party's nomination to become Ohio's elections chief.

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Blizzard Conditions, High Winds Worrying W.Va.

Posted: 02/10/2010 - With nine counties under blizzard warnings, emergency officials across West Virginia are worried that snow- and ice-crusted trees will snap and pull down more power lines.

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Ohio Child Abuse Database Draws Complaints

Posted: 02/10/2010 - Local child welfare agencies in Ohio complain that the state is too slow to correct errors in a new database for tracking abused and neglected children.

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