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W.Va. Lawmakers Weigh Child Welfare Watchdog

Posted: 12/07/2009 - With West Virginia recently ranking fifth nationwide for substantiated cases of child abuse or neglect, some lawmakers plan to pursue a new watchdog agency.

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Activists Protest Blasting Plan At W.Va. Mine Site

Posted: 12/07/2009 - Environmental activists determined to save a southern West Virginia mountain from strip mining are demanding that the state intervene in Massey Energy's plans for blasting at the site.

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Ohio Expands Eligibility On Unemployment Benefits

Posted: 12/07/2009 - Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland has expanded eligibility for unemployment compensation so that recipients can still receive benefits if they are enrolled in a full-time education or training program.

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Ohio Killer Asks Appeals Court To Stop Execution

Posted: 12/07/2009 - A condemned killer scheduled to become the first person in the U.S. put to death with a single drug on Tuesday will ask a federal appeals court to delay his execution.

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2 Students Found Shot To Death In Ohio Cemetery

Posted: 12/07/2009 - The bodies of two students at an Ohio high school that had just won a state football championship were found in a cemetery in an apparent murder-suicide or double suicide.

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W.Va. Forest Worker Finalist For Save Award

Posted: 12/07/2009 - A U.S. Forest Service employee in West Virginia is a finalist for an award that honors ideas for making government more efficient and effective.

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W.Va. Library To Add POW Museum

Posted: 12/07/2009 - The Brooke County Public Library is planning a $5 million expansion of its Wellsburg branch to create a museum focusing on Americans who were prisoners of war in the Philippines during World War II.

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Home Heating Assistance

Updated: 12/04/2009 - As those December temperatures continue to drop, people are starting to turn up the heat, which causes the heating bills to go up too.

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Appeals Court Upholds Ohio Killer's Execution

Posted: 12/04/2009 - A federal appeals court has refused to stop Tuesday's execution of an Ohio inmate who could be the first in the nation put to death with a single lethal injection drug.

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