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Woman shot in domestic dispute dies at hospital

Morgantown structure fire ruled arson
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Firefighters in Morgantown responded to a fire in an abandoned house in the 400 block of Beechurst Avenue Tuesday at 11:50 p.m. By Wednesday afternoon investigators confirmed the fire was set intentionally. Damage has been estimated at $110,000. When crews arrived fire had spr...[read more]

First free COVID-19 testing site in Marion County announced
FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Free COVID-19 testing is coming to Marion County soon, according to Health Officer Lloyd White. White received approval from the governor’s office following a request last week for no cost testing for people, symptomatic or not. “I am excited to be the first and only health depa...[read more]

WVU announces 20-21 class calendars
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – WVU students will return to the three campuses in the state Wednesday, August 19. Students will remain on campus, with no fall break, through Nov. 24, then depart for Thanksgiving Break, not returning to campus for the rest of the fall semester. There will be one week of onlin...[read more]

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Concord University announces changes to fall semester schedule
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The post Concord University announces changes to fall semester schedule appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Rallies continue in Mountain State; large gathering scheduled for Sunday at state capitol postponed
Event organizers cite safety concerns. The post Rallies continue in Mountain State; large gathering scheduled for Sunday at state capitol postponed appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

DHHR confirms two addtional COVID-19 deaths to bring total to 84
Hundreds of tests added from free testing in three counties. The post DHHR confirms two addtional COVID-19 deaths to bring total to 84 appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Alderson Broaddus welcomed into Mountain East Conference
Battler programs will immediately compete in the MEC for the 2020-2021 academic year. The post Alderson Broaddus welcomed into Mountain East Conference appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

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