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Retiring state schools Superintendent James Phares says he viewed his brief stint as an opportunity to help make a difference in West Virginia's education system.

West Virginia University-Parkersburg's Board of Governors has approved an 8 percent tuition increase.

In-state students in bachelor degree programs would pay $300 more a year. Out-of-state students would pay an additional $786 a year.

Federal investigators will start cutting up tanks for evidence at the site of a spill that tainted 300,000 West Virginians' water supply.

Prosecutors would need much stronger evidence against a murder defendant before bringing death penalty charges under recommendations proposed by a statewide capital punishment review committee.

UPDATE 3:55 p.m. General Electric announced today that it will open a new location in Cincinnati by 2017.

The U.S. Global Operations Center should create about 1,400 jobs.

The Athens County Sheriff's Office is asking the public for help in finding two Waterloo Twp. teens who have been missing since Tuesday evening.

A public meeting will be held to discuss Columbia Gas of Ohio's $2.6 million investment to improve the gas pipeline system within the city.

The Perry County dog warden informed county commissioners of changes in policy regarding the accepting of animals at the county dog shelter.

Get to know how Ohio University alumnus Sid Davis became a White House Correspondent and covered the campaigns and presidencies of John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson.

Davis talked to WOUB's Merle Tilk about LBJ's "War On Poverty" and his journeys along the campaign trail.

Get ready for plenty of orange barrels across Ohio.

The Ohio Department of Transportation's construction season this year will include more than 900 construction projects totaling $2.5 billion.