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Trial For Local Doctor Delayed

Posted: 10/30/2007 - The local doctor and his wife charged in the death of 2- year-old from Putnam County will have to wait to go on trial.

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NAACP Not Endorsing March

Updated: 10/30/2007 - I want to make it perfectly clear to all those concerned, that the NAACP has not endorsed, sponsored or will be participating in this march.

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Fire at Gas Station

Posted: 10/30/2007 - Firefighters were able to keep the fire away from the gas pumps.

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WV Temporary Tags Online

Posted: 10/30/2007 - The WV Division of Motor Vehicles is scrapping its decades-old system for processing temporary license tags.

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Mine Safety Vote

Posted: 10/30/2007 - A bill aimed at improving mine emergency response plans is up for a vote Wednesday in a congressional committee.

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Woman Hit Crossing Street

Updated: 10/30/2007 - A woman has been hit by a pickup truck as she was crossing a street in Dunbar.

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Massey Lawsuit

Updated: 10/30/2007 - Massey Coal Company claims Justice Larry Starcher is showing a personal bias against them and the company's CEO Don Blankenship.

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Halloween Sobriety Checkpoints

Updated: 10/30/2007 - Each car passing through the checkpoint on 5h Avenue and 18 Street got literature, suckers and sometimes a breathalyzer test.

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Planning for the March Against Hate Crimes

Updated: 10/31/2007 - Regardless of who ends up showing up, it's the Charleston Police Department who has to try and keep the peace and it's turning into a big job.

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Massey Energy New Economic Boost

Posted: 10/29/2007 - Massey Energy broke ground Monday, but not for coal. The company is building a new regional headquarters in Boone County.

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House Promotes Study of Better Mine Communications

Posted: 10/29/2007 - Legislation passed by the House of Representatives today orders a government study into the technology needed to allow miners trapped far underground to communicate with rescuers.

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Four WV Schools Labeled "Dropout Factories"

Posted: 10/29/2007 - A new study says about 1,700 regular or vocational high schools around the country are "dropout factories." That means these are schools where no more than 60 percent of students who start as freshmen make it to their senior year.

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