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In a film career that spanned seven decades, Reynolds played good ol’ boys and rugged action heroes. He died Thursday following a heart attack.
The Justice Department has charged North Korean national Park Jin Hyok in connection with some of the most destructive cyberattacks in recent years to hit computers across the globe.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Ethics Commission has issued a public reprimand of an assistant high school principal who admitted using a board of education purchasing card to buy table cloths and other items that she used at her wedding. The commission on Thursday also assessed a $2,000 fine as part of a… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The Office of Drug Control Policy has failed to submit a report on how to reduce the prevalence of drug and alcohol abuse in West Virginia. Officials said on Tuesday that they haven’t received a report on a strategic plan to lower the prevalence of drug and alcohol abuse by 10… Read More
SMITHVILLE, Ohio (AP) – Police in northeast Ohio have placed a school resource officer on unpaid leave for activating a Taser to wake up a sleeping student. The incident happened Aug. 30 at Liberty Preparatory School in the Wayne County village of Smithville. Police say Officer Maryssa Boskoski was called to a classroom when a… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – A Democratic congressional candidate in Kentucky has ended her boycott of Sinclair Broadcast Group. Amy McGrath pulled her TV ads from Sinclair stations in April amid a Democratic primary after it was revealed the company required its local news anchors to read a statement decrying the “troubling trend of irresponsible, one-sided… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Franklin County coroner is warning of a spike in overdose deaths and encouraging friends and family members of addicts to obtain an overdose antidote. Dr. Anahi Ortiz of Franklin County on Wednesday reported five overdose deaths in 24 hours in greater Columbus, for a total of 18 deaths in a… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Lottery says the state netted around $320,000 of taxable revenue in its first weekend of legal sports betting. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports the West Virginia Gaming and Racing Association president, John Cavacini, says even more bets are expected to be placed this weekend when professional football season starts…. Read More
CINCINNATI (AP) – The Latest on a fatal shooting at downtown Cincinnati bank (all times local): 3:05 p.m. Police in Cincinnati say the suspect in a downtown shooting that left four dead and two wounded didn’t work for the bank where the gunfire took place. Police Lt. Steve Saunders says Fifth Third Bancorp says the… Read More
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