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Bluefield woman gets 15 months for distributing hydromorphone
Princeton, West Virginia
CHARLESTON (NEWS RELEASE) – United States Attorney Booth Goodwin announced that Rachelle Bryant, 24, of Bluefield, West Virginia, was sentenced in federal court in Charleston today to fifteen months in prison for distributing hydromorphone, dangerous and addictive prescription drugs.Bryant previously pled guilty in December of 2013, admitting that in May of 2013, she distributed two ...
April 24 2014
Report: High-quality child care lacking in West Virginia
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Child care programs of minimum or unrated quality are watching over about 93 percent of West Virginia children enrolled in them, a report released Wednesday said.
April 23 2014
W.Va. agency seeks data on chemical spill patients
Charleston, West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- State health officials are seeking patient data from physicians who might have treated people affected by the Jan. 9 chemical spill. The Charleston spill contaminated 300,000
April 22 2014
New numbers on water crisis to be discussed in online forum
West Virginia
Updated information about the number of people who reported symptoms after the chemical leak will be released Tuesday, according to Dr. Rahul Gupta, the executive director of the Kanawha-Charleston Health Dept.
April 21 2014
Motions opposed in W.Va. bankruptcy case
Beckley, West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- A request by the president of Freedom Industries to get paid is facing opposition in bankruptcy court.
April 20 2014
High-quality child care lacking in West Virginia, according to report
West Virginia
CHARLESTON -- Child care programs of minimum or unrated quality are watching over about 93 percent of West Virginia children enrolled in them, a report released Wednesday said.
April 17 2014
Va. trial set for coal companies' legal battle
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- A long-running legal battle between two coal companies is headed for trial in Virginia. The Charleston Gazette says an April 21 trial is set in Grundy, Va., for a lawsuit filed by Hugh Caperton against Massey Energy. Caperton claims his companies, Harman Mining Corp. and Sovereign Coal Sales, were financially damaged when Massey slashed the amount of coal it had agreed ...
April 14 2014
Free diabetes education classes set
West Virginia
CHARLESTON — The Everyone with Diabetes Counts program is providing several opportunities around the state for people with Medicare to participate in free diabetes education classes.
April 13 2014
Black had mental health history
Charleston, West Virginia
A Barboursville man charged with killing two men in late January by firing gunshots from a window in the house where he kept 54 firearms had a 30-year history of mental health problems, authorities said Friday.
April 12 2014
Nutrition, activity emphasized at Blackshere’s Family Fitness Night: PHOTOS
Charleston, West Virginia
Students and their parents learned about healthy living during Blackshere Elementary School’s Family Fitness Night Thursday. Groups of families traveled around the school to five stations focusing on healthy eating habits and physical activity. An estimated 120 guests attended.
April 05 2014
Court says W.Va. jail agency not liable in lawsuit
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- The West Virginia Supreme Court has dismissed the state Regional Jail Authority from a lawsuit that alleged a male correctional officer repeatedly raped a female inmate. The court says the authority is entitled to immunity because the woman failed to provide any evidence that the officer's alleged actions occurred within the scope of his employment. The ruling came in a ...
April 03 2014
Michael Palmer found guilty; jury recommends mercy
Charleston, West Virginia
Michael Ian Palmer shook his head in disbelief Wednesday as the verdict in his murder trial was read.
April 03 2014
Palmer found guilty of first-degree murder
Charleston, West Virginia
Michael Ian Palmer has been found guilty of first-degree murder.
April 03 2014
Day care supervisor files salary grievance, cites false school claim
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A top Kanawha County Schools day-care employee has filed a grievance against the school system, after discovering that someone she oversees makes a higher salary based on false claims. Jama Shamblin, program manager for the Kanawha Cou...
March 31 2014
Innerviews: Hospital executive grateful for career
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Fate and those random, unplanned circumstances that shape our lives have blessed Bob Gray. Where would he be without the job offer that came along halfway through his dissertation. And when he faced unemployment, wasnt it o...
March 31 2014
W.Va. Schools for Deaf and Blind job change OK'd
Charleston, west virginia
Child care workers at the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind will be required to have an associate degree in to order to keep their jobs.
March 29 2014
Focus is on meal planning, caregiving in West Virginia
Charleston, west virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Catholic Charities West Virginias Child Care Food Program is celebrating National Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Week, March 16-22. The program educates and assists caregivers in meal planning a...
March 29 2014
Sargent: GOP repeal stance runs into complications, in deep red West Virginia
Charleston, west virginia
Obamacare as a proxy for the Obummer economy.
March 29 2014
Candidate aims to fix health care
Charleston, west virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A businessman running for Congress says hes invested in West Virginia, and its time for West Virginians to invest in him. Ken Reed, a pharmacist and owner of Reeds Pharmacy, is a Republican running in the second congressional dist...
March 29 2014
State taps coordinator for minority health office
Charleston, west virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia officials have selected a coordinator to focus on eliminating health disparities for the states vulnerable populations.The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Bureau for Public Health said it has named ...
March 29 2014
Report: Pleasants is W.Va.s healthiest county
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Pleasants County has an inviting name. Now it has the distinction of being West Virginias healthiest county.A report released Wednesday by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and University of Wisconsin researchers ranks the states 55 c...
March 27 2014
Three area day care centers not closing after all
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Rather than close three area day care centers, officials will increase tuition and explore other options to keep the centers financially afloat. Education officials decided last week to raise tuition by $25 per week at West Virg...
March 27 2014
Report: Pleasants healthiest W.Va. county
Ohio
CHARLESTON -- Pleasants County has an inviting name. Now it has the distinction of being West Virginia's healthiest county.
March 27 2014
Report: Pleasants is healthiest W.Va. county
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) - Pleasants County has an inviting name. Now it has the distinction of being West Virginia's healthiest county. A report released Wednesday by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and University of Wisconsin researchers ranked the state's 55 counties using more than two dozen factors ...
March 26 2014
Faith, numbers equal best job ever
Buckhannon, west virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- He calls it "a faith journey," the route that led him from a banking career to a top treasurer role with the United Methodist Church. He believes it was God who put his gift of mathematical acumen to w...
March 23 2014
Special session for bill weighed
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The creation of statewide and regional boards to streamline medical care and response to victims of sexual violence has been in the works for more than a decade. Last year, the bill that created the sexual assault nurse examinatio...
March 22 2014
W.Va. Senate committee OKs 20-week abortion limit
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - The Senate Health and Human Resources Committee has advanced a bill to prohibit abortions after 20 weeks. The bill was amended to lower violations by those who have or perform an abortion after 20 weeks from a felony with possible jail time to a ...
March 20 2014
Schools for the Deaf and Blind to restructure 40 positions
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind will restructure its residential program by eliminating 40 child care worker positions and hiring residential care specialists to replace them by July 1, 2015. Superintendent Lynn Boyer ...
March 18 2014
Job changes OKd for W.Va. Schools for the Deaf and Blind
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Child-care workers at the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind will be required to have an associates degree in to order to keep their jobs. These employees work during non-instructional hours with students who live in the Rom...
March 18 2014
Bluefield, Va., girl suffers tragic injury while attempting online 'challenge'
West Virginia
CHARLESTON (WVVA) - A Bluefield, Va., teen continues to recover in a Charleston hospital after tragically breaking her neck while attempting a stunt made popular on social media. Sabrina Armstrong, a
March 17 2014
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