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West Virginia's senators differ on local government funding

Democratic gubernatorial candidate visits Mid-Ohio Valley

Curtis Sittenfeld's 'Rodham' imagines a different 'Hillary'

Parkersburg council temporarily switches to virtual-only meetings

Ohio governor orders $775 million in budget cuts

Senate secretary declines Biden’s request to release possible Reade report

Governor candidate to front-line workers: "Lunch is served"

Incumbent takes Democratic Treasurer nomination in Athens County

Saunders defeats Rittenhouse for Common Pleas Judge nomination

Capito: Delay on new PPP funding hurts small businesses

US budget deficit totals $743.6 billion over past 6 months

Senate Democrats and Republicans disagree over new relief funding

FCC proposes telehealth project in fight against COVID-19

Rep. Johnson discusses COVID-19 economic relief package

Ohio senators praise decision to postpone primary election

Early voting continues in Washington County

Senators react to Capitol affected by coronovirus

Election 2020: Where democratic candidates stand on health care

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Murder suspect with 'strong ties' to Newtown, Connecticut, is manhunt subject

Peter Manfredonia, 23, is being sought in a Friday attack that left one dead and one injured, as well as the death of an acquaintance.

Second stylist at same Missouri hair salon tests positive, nearly 140 exposed to coronavirus

City officials have offered to test everyone potentially exposed at the Great Clips in Springfield, Missouri.

Eddie Sutton, Hall of Fame basketball coach, dies at 84

Sutton took Creighton, Arkansas, Kentucky and Oklahoma State to the NCAA Tournament, the first coach to ever take four different teams to the college tournament.

Family farm finds a new way to stay afloat

“What's important is that you plan, and, even if your plans go awry, you don't move in fear," EliYahu Ysrael said.

'A wake-up call': How the pandemic has Native Americans turning to the earth

A "Seeds and Sheep" project in Utah is one of many innovative programs seeking to help Native communities become more food sovereign and self-reliant.