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Authorities are investigating after a man was stabbed near Philadelphia City Hall.
A West Virginia University political science professor has served as an international observer for the election in Ukraine.
Wheeling Jesuit University's Appalachian Institute will hold a panel discussion on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Power Plan.
West Virginia health officials say flu season has arrived.
Officers report they were at the new East Wheeling Sports Complex regarding an unrelated matter when they were approached by someone saying Neal was waiving a pistol around, about a block away.
Thousands of federal drug inmates are returning home to communities across the U.S. through an early-release program, and experts say they could find the adjustment difficult.
West Virginia is among the states leading the nation in numbers of people who have health insurance.
A new program called "Give Me a Reason" is helping parents in the Ohio Valley make sure their kids are saying no to drugs.
Dozens of people are gathering for the 2015 Governor's Conference on Tourism at Oglebay.
By The Associated Press About 6,000 federal drug felons are set for early release around Nov. 1 because of new sentencing guidelines. A total of 4,131 are destined for various points in the U.S. and its...
Belmont County animal shelter is now planning a free dog adoption day.Because the shelter is now a no-kill facility, they have an abundance of dogs of all ages, sizes and colors.
Shepherd University says it is committed to a thorough and transparent investigation of an audit's findings into the school's purchases involving state funds.
Arrests in Philadelphia for marijuana possession have plunged in the year since the city decriminalized possession of small amounts of the drug.
Applebee's officials say they will make things right after finding out that an autistic Portsmouth, Rhode Island employee went unpaid for about a year.
Targeting one of education's most divisive issues, President Barack Obama on Saturday called for capping standardized testing at 2 percent of classroom time and said the government shares responsibility for turning tests into the be-all and end-all of American schools.Students spend about 20 to 25 hours a school year taking standardized tests.
West Virginia University's Personal Rapid Transit monorail system is scheduled to be shut down for software upgrade tests on some Saturdays over the next two months.
An Amish resident of central Pennsylvania is challenging the photo identification requirement to purchase a firearm, saying his religious beliefs prevent him from being photographed.
The state Public Service Commission will hold the last of nine public hearings on West Virginia American Water Company's $35 million rate increase request.