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Owners of the Advanced Family Medical Center and Watkins-Tsai Imaging pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit health care fraud after admitting they improperly charged government insurance programs for medically unnecessary procedures.

A former Glouster police chief was convicted and forced to give up his peace officer certificate Friday in Athens County Common Pleas Court.

A West Virginia app is now available to help those who are being abused or maltreated, particularly children.

The "WVHelp" app has been rolled out by the West Virginia Children's Justice Task Force. The app is free.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - The chairman of the Governor's Blue Ribbon Commission on Highways says the group will release its final report soon.

Jason Pizatella tells the Charleston Gazette that the report is undergoing proofreading and editing.

Officials say that at least 38 closed cases at a central Ohio crime lab could be affected by a DNA-related mistake.

A new report from a child welfare organization shows that children in Ohio's Appalachian counties are worse off than kids in inner-city neighborhoods.

The Republican National Committee is expected to officially name Cleveland host of the 2016 national convention during its annual conference in Chicago.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia lottery players can now share their dreams of a jackpot, and get some money to achieve them.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to host an open house at Beech Fork Lake.

The open house is scheduled for Aug. 16, from noon to 4 p.m.

A West Virginia water supplier has taken an $11 million hit to address a January chemical spill that tainted 300,000 people's tap water.
    

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