Monthly Archives: March 2014

West Virginia Governor Vetoes 20-Week Abortion Ban: 'This Bill Is

West Virginia Governor Vetoes 20-Week Abortion Ban: 'This Bill Is
Late on Friday, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin (D) vetoed House Bill 4588, a measure that would have outlawed abortions after 20 weeks in West Virginia. In a statement regarding his decision, the governor explained that the abortion ban would be a “detriment of …
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West Virginia high school students dabble in business

West Virginia high school students dabble in business
For high school juniors and seniors competing in the business plan competition at West Virginia University March 22, crafting one particular skill early is the primary focus. By creating business plans, high school students delved into the particulars …
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Elk River foam closes WVAW intake
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia American Water shut down its water intake on the Elk River for nearly two hours Thursday, after a white foam was seen floating along the banks of the river. The water company has faced criticism over its decision not …
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West Virginia University fails to renew Craig Turnbull's contract after 36 years
For the first time since the Carter administration and the disco era, Craig Turnbull will not be at the helm of the West Virginia University wrestling program. Mountaineer athletic director Oliver Luck announced Friday that coach Turnbull's contract …
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West Virginia State University offers wide variety of continuing education

West Virginia State University offers wide variety of continuing education
The Hughes Lecture Series at West Liberty University will feature author Kelcey Parker for two public events this March on the Hilltop campus. Coming this spring, the West Virginia State University Office of Continuing Education has a variety of …
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W.Va. lawmakers want DNR chief fired
CHARLESTON, W.Va.– The head of West Virginia's Division of Natural Resources is under fire. Lawmakers in the state Senate and House of Delegates have asked Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to fire DNR director Frank Jezioro. The request, made in the form of …
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UConn Women Romp; No. 2 Seed West Virginia Loses

UConn Women Romp; No. 2 Seed West Virginia Loses
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis had the third triple-double in team history as Connecticut moved into its 21st straight N.C.A.A. regional semifinal with a 91-52 home rout of St. Joseph's on Tuesday night in the Lincoln Region's second round. Mosqueda-Lewis had …
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LSU 76, West Virginia 67 | NCAA tournament replay
After West Virginia claimed a four-point lead, sophomore guard Danielle Ballard's aggressive penetration and nifty finishes at the rim sparked a late run for the Lady Tigers, who led 37-35 at halftime. It was Ballard who got LSU going to start the …
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2 dead in 44-vehicle crash on I-81 in W.Va.
(WUSA9)– Two people have died and several were seriously injured after multiple vehicles were involved in a crash on Interstate 81 near the 21 mile marker in Berkeley, West Virginia on Wednesday morning. Police say a total of 35-45 cars were involved …
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Report: Two dead in I-81 W.Va. crash
(WJLA) – Two people are dead and more than a dozen others hospitalized, three critically, after a massive chain-reaction crash along Interstate 81 in Berkeley County West Virginia. Continue reading. Photo: Kevin Lewis/WJLA. Around 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, …
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2 Killed In I-81 Pileup During Whiteout In West Virginia
I-81 Pileup People mill about after two multi-vehicle accidents along Interstate 81 Wednesday morning, March 26, 2014, near Falling Waters, W.Va. Edward Marshall—AP. (FALLING WATERS, W.Va.) — West Virginia State Police say whiteout conditions along …
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LSU rallies to upset No. 2 seed West Virginia
Holding a seven-point lead with 5:05 left, West Virginia was on the verge of winning the first second-round NCAA game in program history, but LSU stunningly seized control with a 16-2 run. Asya Bussie had 21 points and Bria Holmes 12 for West Virginia …
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Mother shares son's story after group assault at West Virginia Wesleyan College
"West Virginia Wesleyan College continues to work closely with law enforcement officials as they continue their on-going investigation into the March 23 incident that began in the front yard of the Kappa Alpha Order house, which is located adjacent to …
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