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Ohio Valley Residents React To NFL Protests Video included

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For the second day in a row,  the words disrespect and un-American are making their way into Facebook posts, on news broadcasts  and on the web.
But today people are starting to dissect what took place during the NFL football games and are looking to see if this is the end or just the beginning of a long struggle .

OSHP Patrols School Zones: Finds Some Drivers Aren't Behaving Well Video included

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In just three days, OSHP handed out 14 tickets in school zones.

Kroger Announced Hunger Fight by Ending Grocery Waste

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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - The Kroger Co., which donated nearly 1.3 million meals through West Virginia food banks last year, says its new national effort is aimed at helping end hunger and eliminating waste across the grocery company by 2025.      Chief Executive Rodney McMullen says more than 40 percent of the food produced in the U.S. isn't consumed and an estimated 72 billion pounds goes to landfills annually.      He says no food in their stores should...

Congressman McKinley Weighs In On DACA Video included

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There's still lots of controversy over President Trump's decision to end DACA. What's going to happen over the next few months? 

Half A Million Students Could Lose Key Source off Financial Aid Video included

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Expiration of Perkins Loan Program will leave nearly half a million students without access to a key source of financial aid. West Liberty University students are part of that number.

Federal Officials Weigh In On Possible Ethane Storage Hub

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We've heard from local officials on the proposed ethane storage hub coming to the Ohio Valley, but where is the federal government in all of this?

Youngstown State Appealing Temporary Order Allowing Ma'lik Richmond to Play Saturday

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Youngstown State University is appealing a temporary restraining order giving Ma'lik Richmond the opportunity to play for the Penguins this weekend. The university wants a ruling before Saturday's game. Thursday, an Ohio district judge ruled that Richmond should be allowed to play while his lawsuit is pending. Richmond sued YSU after school officials said he couldn't play in games this season following protests when people found out he was on the team. Richmond was found guilty as...

Leaders Discuss Plans To Prepare for Possible Ethane Cracker

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Officials hold forum to get businesses and individuals on the same page about a possible ethane facility coming to the Valley.

Talks Of A New Ethane Storage Hub Could Bring 100,000 Jobs To The OV Video included

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Talks of a new ethane storage hub could bring 100,000 jobs to the Ohio Valley and up to $36 billion in investment.

Nine I-70 Bridges Past 'Design Life', Commission Hears

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Ohio County's Commission receives some hard facts about aging highways-- as West Virginia Department of Highways District six engineer Gus Suwaid presented the case for the road bond issue at a regular meeting. Commissioners learned around $170 million would come to fix I-70 should voters approve the bond measure on October 7.

West Virginians Will Determine The Future of Governor Justice's Roads Plan

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On October 7th, voters will have the chance to cast their ballots and approve the selling of bonds to fund Governor Jim Justice's Roads Program. Officials said the bonds could generate one billion dollars for infrastructure across the Mountain State and it wouldn't cost tax payers a dime. State Senator Ryan Weld said the bonds will be paid for by DMV fees and the tax on gasoline. The bonds could also create up to 48,000 construction jobs over the next few years, which is ...

State Senator Ryan Weld Named Senate Majority Whip

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West Virginia State Senator Ryan Weld has been named the Senate's next majority whip. This now gives the Northern Panhandle a second voice among the chamber's top three leaders. Senate President Mitch Carmichael officially announced Weld's appointment Wednesday, which means the number two position in the Senate belongs to Majority Leader Ryan Ferns and number three now goes to Weld. Weld said his new role as majority whip means he has to make sure every piece of legislation ha...

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