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Trump Administration Sends Out Notices Of $500,000 Fines For Those In U.S. Illegally
The Trump administration is seeking to fine some immigrants in the country illegally hundreds of thousands of dollars for failing to follow court’s directions so they can be removed.
Justice Says Revenue Growth Clears All-Time State Record
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Gov. Jim Justice says West Virginia collected more revenue growth this fiscal year than any other year in state history. The Republican governor announced in a… Read More
The National Reserve II Gladden House Sessions 2019
The National Reserve brought authenticity and simple charisma to the Gladden House Friday afternoon. The band has been impressing barflies and critics alike for nearly half a decade, and after… Read More
Ohio University Looking at New Ways to Raise Student Enrollment
ST. CLAIRSVILLE (WOUB) — With enrollment dipping down last year, Ohio University is looking at plans to bring in a new crop of honors students. The university saw enrollment decline… Read More
Trump Administration’s Delay In Census Printing Sets Up Count’s ‘Biggest Risk’
The Trump administration appears to have delayed the printing of 1.5 billion paper forms and other mailings for next year’s count as it decides whether to try again to add a citizenship question.
Lawmakers Respond To ‘Vile,’ Secret Facebook Group Created By Border Patrol Agents
Among the group’s most offensive posts were discussions of recent migrant deaths, jokes about throwing burritos at lawmakers and illustrations depicting sexually aggressive acts.
Pike County Sheriff Pleads Not Guilty To 16 Charges
Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader will be allowed to remain free after pleading not guilty Tuesday to 16 charges, including theft in office and tampering with evidence. A Pike County… Read More
Bevin, Democratic Lawmaker Exchange Barbs Over Pension Plan
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – When Kentucky’s Republican governor reached out to lawmakers to outline changes to his pension-relief proposal, a Democratic representative read the electronic version but decided to make… Read More
Lawmakers Missed Deadline To Subsidize Nuclear: Now What?
FirstEnergy Solutions says it will continue its plans to deactivate and decommission Ohio’s two nuclear power plants since lawmakers were not able to pass a bail out measure before the… Read More
State Mapmaker Brings Creativity, Whimsy to Ohio Road Maps
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – If your summer travel plans involve traveling through Ohio and you’re a fan of paper maps, you’ve probably encountered the work of Bruce Hull. Hull’s artistry… Read More
Ohio Ditches Sales Tax for Glasses and Contact Lenses
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Corrective eyeglasses and contact lenses purchased in Ohio are no longer subject to state sales taxes. The Dayton Daily News reports the change went into effect… Read More
Major Appalachian Coal Company Files For Bankruptcy Protection
In the latest sign of problems for the U.S. coal industry, one of the country’s largest coal producers has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. West Virginia-based Revelation Energy LLC and… Read More
Truck Takes Out Power Lines
ATHENS, Ohio– According to an Athens City police officer, an Old Dominion semi-truck knocked over a light pole on West Washington Street after backing into it while making a delivery… Read More
WV Health Officials Confirm 1 Death Linked to HIV Cluster
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia health officials say one person has died amid a spate of HIV cases in one county. Health Department spokeswoman Allison Adler confirmed the person… Read More