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Job growth rebounded strongly last month as employers added 224,000 jobs. That followed a disappointing May when employers added just 72,000 jobs.
West Liberty University Professor Zachary Loughman has dedicated his professional life to crustaceans – specifically freshwater crayfish. He dips his hand into one of the water tanks at his laboratory near Wheeling, West Virginia, to pick up a teal crayfish the size of a dollar bill. “See the little guy dropping down? We caught mom… Read More
BEAVER, W.Va. (AP) – Authorities say the body of a 16-year-old boy has been found in a West Virginia river. A National Park Service news release says the boy had been swimming with two other people in New River Gorge National River on Friday morning when he got caught in the swift current and was… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Columbus police say they monitor 10 to 15 motorcycle gangs based on criminal activity, a small number of the overall clubs in the city. Mark Lovett is a detective with the Columbus police Criminal Intelligence Unit and an expert on motorcycle gangs and clubs. He tells The Columbus Dispatch that assaults,… Read More
BANGOR, Maine (AP) – A pair of senators says the American flags the federal government purchases should have to be made in America. Republican Sen. Susan Collins, of Maine, and Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown, of Ohio, introduced legislation they call the “All-American Flag Act” that would require the government to buy flags produced entirely with… Read More
NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — A spokesman for the attorney of Chris Cline is confirming that the billionaire coal entrepreneur and his daughter were among the seven Americans killed in a helicopter crash in the Bahamas. Joe Carey is a spokesman for Cline’s lawyer in West Virginia, Brian Glasser. He says Cline and his 22-year-old daughter… Read More