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Counseling Aid Available To W.Va. Flood Victims

Posted: 01/06/2011 - Southern West Virginia residents still dealing with the emotional aftermath of severe flooding last June can now turn to state-run crisis counseling and outreach services.

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W.Va. DOH Scrambles To Fix Sudden I-64 Potholes

Posted: 01/06/2011 - West Virginia Highways officials are scrambling to repair potholes that appeared suddenly at a bridge construction site on Interstate 64 near the Kentucky border.

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W.Va. Couple Sentenced In Shoplifting Scheme

Posted: 01/06/2011 - A Charleston couple has been sentenced to three months in prison each for shoplifting thousands of dollars worth of items from retail stores in several states and selling the merchandise online.

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W.Va. Housing Fund Loans Decline

Posted: 01/06/2011 - The West Virginia Housing Development Fund says it received $280 million in loan applications last year but it closed on only about $128 million of those applications.

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Major Rescues Hostage

Updated: 01/07/2011 - Washington County Major John Coppernoll, a trained hostage negotiator, convinced Leroy Tucker to release a woman whose home he entered after running from authorities last week.

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Sheriff: Ohio Suspect Had Been In Mental Facility

Posted: 01/03/2011 - Police say the suspect in a fatal weekend shooting of a western Ohio sheriff's deputy had been committed to a mental facility after a 2001 standoff at a camping area in another part of the state.

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