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UPDATE: Jody Murphy now precandidate in race for W.Va. governor


Broadband internet bill advances in W.Va. House


West Virginia lawmaker's bill would make it illegal to drive slow in the left lane on highways


3 West Virginia delegates want to divert $10 million to fund border wall


UPDATE: Sentencing delayed for former Justice Menis Ketchum


Democrats meeting to submit names for W.Va. senator successor


W.Va. House bill alters rules for Supreme Court elections


Local officials speak out against West Virginia senate bill in support of 911 Centers


Capito introduces domestic-violence, victim-assistance bills


Minority leader to step down in GOP-controlled Ohio House


Gov. Justice presents 2019 State of the State Address


Gov. Justice to announce new effort to fight drug problem


Local lawmakers discuss upcoming legislative session


Blair Couch to remain president of Wood County Commission


UPDATE: Ohio lawmakers fail to override Kasich's veto on abortion bill


Swearing-in ceremony set Jan. 4 for new W.Va. Supreme Court justice


Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown still considering 2020 presidential campaign


Wood County delegates named to legislative committees


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Nazi salute, sign in post by students condemned by school officials

The students gave a Nazi salute while holding a poster that said, “Sweethearts would be a Hit(ler) w/ you, and I could Nazi myself going w/ anyone else."

Wrongfully convicted man sells prison art to make ends meet

Richard Phillips, the longest-serving U.S. inmate to win exoneration, is currently displaying around 50 pieces of his work in a Detroit gallery to make ends meet.

4 boys charged with kidnapping, raping girl in Delaware

Police arrested four boys ranging in age from 12 to 14 for allegedly forcing the girl into a home and raping her last month.

Uninsulated power conductors blamed for fires

Pacific Gas and Electric said it's reviewing the judge's statement.

In two weeks, five states advance LGBTQ rights

Through executive orders and state legislatures, five states across the U.S. increased discrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.