West Virginia's New River Train won't run this year

The New River Train service in southern West Virginia has been canceled this fall
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Marshall University building to keep Confederate name

A building at Marshall University will retain its name after a Confederate Army general
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Towing vessel sinks on Ohio River between Ohio, W.Va.

The U.S. Coast Guard says a towing vessel has sunk on the Ohio River between Ohio and West Virginia
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Former West Virginia newspaper publisher Charlie Walton dies

Charles L. "Charlie" Walton, retired publisher of the Moundsville Daily Echo, has died
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TABC high school basketball rankings

TABC high school basketball rankings
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Wallace, Jackson spark UTSA comeback 116-106 win in OT

Keaton Wallace scored a career-high 45 points, Jhivvan Jackson added 30 and each knocked down contested 3-pointers in overtime as UTSA rallied from 18 points be
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5 siblings worry about developing Alzheimer's like parents

With both of their parents in the early stages of Alzheimer's, five Colorado siblings worry about their chances of developing the degenerative brain disorder
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Elmore has career-best 44 as Marshall stops skid, beats UTEP

Jon Elmore made almost half of Marshall's field goals as he totaled a career-high 44 points to help the Thundering Herd get past UTEP 91-86 on Thursday night an
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12 held in apparent California sea smuggling attempt

Authorities have detained a dozen men and woman they say may have been trying to enter the U.S. illegally from Mexico in a small boat
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Indiana Senate backs civics test for high school graduation

Indiana high school students would have to pass a civics test in order to graduate if a state Senate proposal becomes law
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Tree falls on mother during family trip to Los Angeles Zoo

A woman is recovering from a broken rib after she was struck and trapped by a falling tree during her family's first trip to the Los Angeles Zoo
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California sues wealthy coastal city over low-income housing

Gov. Gavin Newsom has used a new law for the first time to try to force a wealthy Southern California coastal city to end its years of opposition to meeting low
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California sues Huntington Beach using new housing law

Gov. Gavin Newsom's administration is using a new law for the first time in an attempt to force Southern California's self-styled "Surf City USA" to meet housin
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The Latest: 'Surf City USA' disputes state housing lawsuit

The Southern California coastal city of Huntington Beach says it is complying with state housing laws, rejecting a lawsuit by Gov. Gavin Newsom's new administra
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California sues 'Surf City USA' using new housing law

Gov. Gavin Newsom's administration is using a new law for the first time in an attempt to force Southern California's self-styled "Surf City USA" to meet housin
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Marshall University opens food pantry to federal workers

Marshall University says its Department of Dietetics has opened the doors of its food pantry to federal employees affected by the government shutdown
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Burks, Elmore lead Marshall past FIU 105-97

C.J. Burks matched his season high, scoring 30 points and Marshall held on to edge Florida International 105-97
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Exhibition celebrates legacy of patron of Detroit art museum

An upcoming exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts celebrates the legacy of a late museum patron, benefactor and volunteer Margaret Herz Demant
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Cat rescued after sliding down dam's spillway

A wayward cat is safe after it was rescued from a dam in Indiana
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Burks, Elmore lead Marshall in 96-84 win over FAU

C.J. Burks matched a season high with 30 points, Jon Elmore added 29 points and Marshall beat Florida Atlantic 96-84 to remain undefeated in Conference USA play
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Williams' 3 completes Marshall comeback over W. Kentucky

Taevion Kinsey scored a career-high 23 points, freshman Jannson Williams blocked five shots and scored 12, including the winning 3-pointer with 21 seconds left,
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Marshall University to have 7 home football games in 2019

Marshall University will have seven home football games next fall and play six games against opponents who went to bowls in 2018
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Doctor in pill mill case sentenced for money laundering

A West Virginia doctor has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison for participating in a money laundering scheme related to pain pills he prescribed
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Crew plans to start stadium construction this summer

Incoming Columbus Crew owner Dee Haslam says the team plans to start construction of a $230 million downtown stadium this summer
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