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As the debate continues over whether the police officers involved in the deaths of Michael Brown in Missouri, Eric Garner in New York and other citizens elsewhere should have faced charges, Jefferson County Sheriff Pete Dougherty is calling for West Virginia to change how it handles police-involved shootings.

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POLICE Watch

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2:41 a.m. North Mildred Street Ranson, assist Ranson PD (disturbance), assistance rendered

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Meowing the art world: For a Charleston artist, cats double as models

While their behavior seems outlandish, they manage to appear purrfectly endearing.

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A second helping of VIVO

When Vi and Khuong Nguyen open their new restaurant and bar here next month, they plan to serve the kind of delicious, whole-food fare that they’ve always wanted to offer clients relaxing at their spa in Harpers Ferry.

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A League of his own

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A League of his own

A Martinsburg woman who purchased stunning prints made in the early part of the 1900s by downtown Charles Town photographer John League is hoping to share the works with the community.

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Holiday cheer and merrymaking may be everywhere this time of year, but for those grieving the loss of a loved one, the holiday season can be an emotional minefield.

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Many local fire departments continue to struggle to find and keep volunteer firefighters, officials say.

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West Virginia’s attorney general says he may run for governor in 2016.

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H. David Stambaugh Jr., charged with first-degree murder in the shooting of his estranged wife six weeks ago, appeared in magistrate court here Tuesday to waive his right to a preliminary hearing.

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Mayor David Hamill will resume his normal work duties in January after suffering a stroke Dec. 3.

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