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W.Va. Supreme Court upholds murder conviction in killing of War mayor
Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - The West Virginia Supreme Court has upheld a Virginia man's murder conviction in the killing of War Mayor Thomas Hatcher. In a decision issued Friday, the court said evidence presented at Earl Click's trial was sufficient to sustain his convictions. The justices also said the circuit court didn't abuse its discretion when it refused to allow the defense to cross-examine ...
April 12 2015
W.Va. Supreme Court upholds Va. man's murder conviction
Charleston, West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The West Virginia Supreme Court has upheld a Virginia man's murder conviction in the slaying of War Mayor Thomas Hatcher.
April 12 2015
W.Va. court upholds Va. man's murder conviction
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. The West Virginia Supreme Court has upheld a Virginia man's murder conviction in the slaying of War Mayor Thomas Hatcher. In a decision issued Friday, the court said evidence presented at Earl Click's trial was sufficient to sustain his convictions.
April 12 2015
W.Va. governor signs budget with $15M from reserves
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin signed next year's state budget Tuesday after nixing about $11 million for a variety of programs, from higher education to health. In a difficult budget year, the vetoes made it possible to rely on only $14.8 million from state reserves. The final ...
April 08 2015
Medicaid card changing from monthly to annual card April 1
West Virginia
Charleston, W.Va. – The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) Bureau for Medical Services (BMS) reminds members and providers that...
April 06 2015
Senior services bureau offers Medicare, Social Security help
West Virginia
By Paul J. Nyden For senior citizens applying for Medicare and Social Security benefits, seeking employment and looking to get in-home health care, help is as close as Charleston's shopping mall. The Bureau of Senior Services in Charleston has worked out of its offices on Town Center Mall's third floor, near shopping mall's food court since 2004. The Bureau of Senior Services is a cabinet-level ...
April 04 2015
UPDATE: Victim sent to hospital after attack on Charleston's West Side
West Virginia
It happened along the 500 block of Roane Street on Charleston's West Side. 
April 04 2015
UPDATE: Ex-worker pleads guilty in West Virginia chemical spill case
West Virginia
Two former employees at Freedom Industries are due in federal court March 18 for plea hearings on pollution charges stemming from a chemical spill in Charleston, 
April 01 2015
McDowell again is unhealthiest West Virginia county
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- A report says McDowell County is again the unhealthiest county in West Virginia.
March 26 2015
Children exposed to violence receiving specialized care at West Side school
West Virginia
By Erin Beck State officials announced on Wednesday that trauma-focused care is available at Mary C. Snow West Side Elementary School in Charleston and unveiled a section of the school's health center that will be dedicated to treatment and counseling for children who have been exposed to violence. The Jahlil Clements Mental Health Center, which serves about 50 or 60 children, is named after an ...
March 14 2015
No-mercy sentence upheld in Chelyan slaying
West Virginia
Staff reports CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The lifetime jail sentence for a Belle man convicted of a fatal home invasion in January 2009 was upheld by the West Virginia Supreme Court on Friday. Jason William "Alf" Holstein was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole by Kanawha County Circuit Judge Jennifer Bailey after he admitted he participated in the break-in at David L. Scarbro's home in ...
March 13 2015
Longtime Gazette photographer Lawrence Pierce dies
Durbin, west virginia
By Rusty Marks Longtime Charleston Gazette photographer Lawrence Pierce, of Charleston, died Friday at CAMC Memorial Hospital following a short illness. The veteran newsman was 72. Pierce celebrated his 50th anniversary at the Gazette in March 2013, and was still on the job when he went into the hospital with breathing problems three weeks ago. During his lengthy career, Pierce photographed the ...
March 10 2015
Outgoing Tamarack Foundation director reflects on the art of giving
West Virginia
By Lydia Nuzum Back in 2003, Sally Barton was approached with a unique career opportunity - the opportunity to lead the Tamarack Artisan Foundation, created that year to support West Virginia artisans and help them to thrive. At the time, Barton was at Charleston Area Medical Center working closely with the CAMC Foundation, but she said she was drawn to the prospect of working in uncharted ...
March 10 2015
Robbery Takes A Turn After Pharmacist Shoots Would-Be Bandit
West Virginia
Robbery Takes A Turn After Pharmacist Shoots Would-Be Bandit Robbery Takes A Turn After Pharmacist Shoots Would-Be Bandit Has Been Optimized An apparent robbery took a turn after the would-be victim, a Kanawha County, West Virginia, pharmacist, shot and killed the bandit on Feb. 18. Good Family Pharmacy employee Chris Monk told The Charleston Gazette his coworker, pharmacist Don Radcliff tried ...
March 10 2015
Man charged with killing informant gets new lawyer
West Virginia
Staff reports A Charleston man facing a murder charge in federal court over the slaying of a police informant has a new attorney. Marlon Dewayne "Ice" Dixon," will now be represented by Charleston attorney John Carr, who was appointed to the case. Dixon's previous attorney, David Schles, was allowed off the case because of a potential conflict of interest, according to court documents. Dixon, 38 ...
March 08 2015
Lawyer for alleged informant killer wants off case
West Virginia
Staff reports CHARLESTON, W.Va. - One of the attorneys for a Charleston man facing a federal murder charge in the killing of a police informant has asked to be taken off the case, citing a potential conflict. David Schles, who was appointed to represent Marlon Dewayne "Ice" Dixon, wrote in a motion filed this week that a former client of his has been named as a potential witness for the ...
March 08 2015
First 1,000 graduates of WV drug courts honored at Capitol
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, WV (WVVA) West Virginia lawmakers and Supreme Court Justice Brent Benjamin honor the first 1,000 graduates of the state's adult and juvenile drug courts.
February 11 2015
Princeton man is charged with Medicaid fraud
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, WV – The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) announced James Cecil Nance, 43, of Princeton, was arrested on Friday...
February 11 2015
West Virginia teen charged in beating death of elderly pastor
Virginia
By Kara Van Pelt BECKLEY, West Virginia (Reuters) - West Virginia police said on Monday they have charged teenager with murder in connection with the beating death of an elderly pastor at his home on the weekend. Ronald Browning, 68, of Beckley, about 55 miles (89 km) south of the capital Charleston, died from blunt force trauma to his head and neck, police said. Camille Brown, a 19-year-old ...
February 09 2015
WVU names Charleston native as new health sciences dean
West Virginia
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia University has named a Charleston native as its new dean of health sciences. Dr. Clay Marsh will oversee the Morgantown university's medical school and the schools of dentistry, nursing, pharmacy and public health. He's scheduled to start Feb. 15. The Charleston ...
February 05 2015
Charleston native named WVU Health Sciences dean
West Virginia
By Lydia Nuzum A Charleston native will be the new executive dean of health sciences at West Virginia University, where he will oversee the medical school and the schools of dentistry, nursing, pharmacy and public health. Dr. Clay Marsh comes to WVU from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, where he was chief innovation officer and a professor of internal medicine. Marsh also served ...
February 05 2015
724 Hospitals Have Lost Medicare Funding For Avoidable Complications: Is Your Local Hospital One Of
West Virginia
Nationally, 724 hospitals have had their Medicare funding reduced after the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services found that each had high rates of potentially avoidable “hospital-acquired conditions,” including falls, bed sores, and certain infections, including ventilator acquired pneumonia and catheter-associated urinary tract infections. The Charleston Gazette said that “each hospital ...
February 05 2015
Deputies search for robbery suspects they believe may also be responsible for a double murder
West Virginia
KANAWHA COUNTY (WVVA)- A bolo is out for three men wanted in connection to an armed robbery and several attempted robberies that happened in Sissonville.According to our NBC affiliate, WSAZ in Charleston, the robbery happened around 5:00 p.m. Saturday, at the Little General BP Store on Sissonville Drive near the Pocatalico exit off of I-77.Deputies tell WSAZ that the men first tried to snatch a ...
February 01 2015
DHHR announces energy assistance program for low income residents
Raven, virginia
CHARLESTON, WV – West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Cabinet Secretary Karen L. Bowling today announced applications for the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP)...
January 25 2015
Six hospitals lose Medicare funding over infection, injury rates
West Virginia
By Lydia Nuzum Six West Virginia hospitals will lose 1 percent of their Medicare reimbursement after the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services found that each had high rates of potentially avoidable "hospital acquired conditions," including falls, bed sores and certain infections. Thomas Memorial Hospital in South Charleston, Camden Clark Medical Center in Parkersburg, Cabell-Huntington ...
January 23 2015
WVU grant aims to improve health care
West Virginia
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - West Virginia University is getting a nearly $2 million grant to help improve health care statewide. The university's public health school will use the award to coordinate health care planning activities across the state in partnership with West Virginia officials. The Charleston Daily Mail reported that the initiative is supported by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ...
January 23 2015
W.Va. officials say flu outbreaks sooner than expected
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia health officials say the state is seeing outbreaks of one strain of influenza two months ahead of normal flu season. The West Virginia Bureau for Public Health says the number of people seeking medical care for flu-like symptoms at medical facilities has ...
January 21 2015
W.Va. seeing an early arrival of flu season
West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia public health officials say one strain of influenza is making an early appearance in the state. As a result, the number of people seeking medical care for flu-like symptoms at West Virginia medical facilities is on the rise. "Essentially, we're seeing ...
January 21 2015
With more insured, bill would let health departments charge for STD tests
West Virginia
By Lydia Nuzum For at least the third straight year, the West Virginia Legislature will consider a bill that would allow state and local public health agencies to bill for HIV and STD testing, something they are currently barred by state law from doing. According to Lolita Kirk, administrator of the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department and the Putnam County Health Department, the bill would ...
January 21 2015
Thomas Health System's Dexter to retire
West Virginia
By Paul J. Nyden Stephen P. Dexter, President and CEO of Thomas Health System, announced Monday he will retire July 31, after 21 years of service. Thomas Health System includes Saint Francis Hospital in downtown Charleston and Thomas Memorial Hospital in South Charleston. Thomas McHugh, chairman of the Thomas Health System Board of Trustees, said, "We appreciate the years of Steve leading this ...
January 20 2015
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