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Michael Ian Palmer (center) listens during the jury-selection process for his first-degree murder trial Monday in Harrison County.
Travel to scene and opening statements in Michael Palmer murder trial today
After about five hours of questioning, a jury was finally selected in the first-degree murder trial of Michael Ian Palmer, which is being held in Harrison County.
- School calendar draws ‘pointed questions’
- Truck fire on I-79 delays traffic nearly three hours
- County couple facing drug charges following traffic stop
- Occasion for Melanie and Brandon Gooch ‘so memorable’ in wake of 2012 derecho
- Travel to scene and opening statements in Michael Palmer murder trial today
WVU loses close battle to Baylor, 74-71
West Virginia University’s dream of a Big 12 Tournament championship did not come true, but it wasn’t because they didn’t play like champions.
- Kentucky drops out of Top 25
- HERTZEL COLUMN- WVU’s fate lies in Big 12 record
- FURFARI COLUMN- WVU men’s performance most impressive in upset win
- FSU men, women miss NCAA Tournament
- WVU loses close battle to Baylor, 74-71
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State’s budget tapping reserves
West Virginia lawmakers are ironing out kinks in an election-year budget that avoids tax hikes and gives public workers raises.
- Legislative session shaped by chemical spill
- State Senate approves bill on minimum wage
- ‘Take Me Home, Country Roads’ one of state’s official songs
- ‘Pothole blitz’ to address road damage
- State’s budget tapping reserves
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Health law cited as uninsured rate drops
The share of Americans without health insurance is dropping to the lowest levels since President Barack Obama took office, but sign-ups under his health care law lag among Hispanics — a big pool of potential beneficiaries.
- Tea party struggles to continue success
- Oil slicks offer sign that Malaysian jet crashed
- Russia reinforces military presence in Crimea
- Republicans push social issues
- Health law cited as uninsured rate drops
Contrast for parties in 2016 presidential race clear
For Democrats and Republicans, the early stages of the 2016 presidential contest are worlds apart.
Many Democrats already view Hillary Rodham Clinton as a quasi-incumbent, someone who could take the reins from President Barack Obama.
- Men play major role regarding gender gap
- Obama returns to divided government
- Battleground bonanza
- Democrats maintain control of U.S. Senate
- Contrast for parties in 2016 presidential race clear
GriefShare helps ease the pain of loss
For years, Judy Brown was weighed down by the painful burden of the grief from losing many family members.
Her dad died in 1999, her sister in 2001, her mother in 2003 and an uncle in 2005. Her in-laws had passed away, also.
It was almost more than she could bear.
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- Die-hard WVU fan goes to extremes to keep his attendance streak alive
- Churches use big game as way of giving
- Change to Westminster show celebrates the everydog
- GriefShare helps ease the pain of loss
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