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Prosecutor opposes dismissing charges in massacre probe

Prosecutors in Ohio are opposing a request to dismiss the charges against a woman facing charges in connection to the killings of eight people nearly three years ago.


The verdict late Friday in the deadly shooting of 17-year-old Antwon Rose II angered his family and civic leaders and prompted hundreds of people to gather in protest Saturday afternoon.


The lighting project will take place at interstate interchanges from Kenova (Exit 1) to the Huntington Mall (Exit 20).



The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission is planning to pick a new interim leader by late next month due to the current interim chancellor's plans to resign


An unusual request from Rhoden family murder suspect


Numerous pills and marijuana found in Salyersville home


Survive and advance: Cats get past Wofford, 62-56


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WATCH | I-64 light poles lifted, installed with helicopter


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West Virginia teachers impact other states


Man and child found dead in house fire Saturday


Powerball jackpot estimated at $625M before Saturday drawing


Powerball set for $625 million drawing Saturday night


Barbra Streisand under fire for Michael Jackson remarks



Wisconsin mother receives message from daughter days after girl's tragic death


Pittsburgh braces for protests after officer's acquittal


AP-NORC Poll: Majority of Americans favor stricter gun laws


Driver wanted for running a school bus stop sign


Lists of suggested secondary roadwork submitted to Department of Transportation, governor


UPDATE | Plans move ahead for former Sears location at Charleston Town Center


Look up: Northern lights to dip into the Midwest


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Robert Kraft says he is ‘truly sorry’ in first statement since solicitation charges


Virginia Tech researching Martin County water


Kanawha County Schools to receive more than $1 million FEMA grant


Rescue gets trickier for 1,300 aboard cruise ship in Norway as second ship needs help nearby


Mueller finishes Russia investigation, submits report to Justice Department


Flight attendant detained by immigration authorities on return to US


Ohio cuts funding for Planned Parenthood


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Fraternity expels 4 at University of Georgia chapter after racist video surfaces

"Tau Kappa Epsilon is disgusted, appalled and angered by the remarks shown in a video of four expelled members," the national organization said.

Robert Kraft apologizes in first statement since massage parlor sting

“I am truly sorry. I know I have hurt and disappointed my family, my close friends, my co-workers, our fans and many others who rightfully hold me to a higher standard," Kraft said in a statement Saturday. The apology comes one month after he was charged with soliciting sex.

‘Band Grandpas’ helping students through music and mentorship

Arnie Rosen, a retired doctor and amateur musician, created the “Band Grandpas” program in Rockford, Illinois so senior instrumentalists can help students and spread the joy of music.

Outrage after Pittsburgh officer found not guilty in Antwon Rose killing

Protesters took to the streets after a jury found former officer Michael Rosfeld not guilty in the 2018 shooting death of Antwon Rose, reaching their decision in less than four hours on Friday.

Trump still the subject of state investigations, former prosecutors point out

Though the special counsel investigation's is over, state probes looking into the Trump family and their businesses continue.