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Gas prices down 3 cents in W.Va.

West Virginia motorists are seeing lower prices at the gas pump. Full story

Ghillie suit robbery

   A robber wearing a mask and Ghillie suit holds up a West Virginia gas station. WHAG's Rose Lee reports.

W.Va. program gets federal grant to train doctors

A West Virginia program is receiving part of $12 million in federal funding to support the recruitment and retention of primary care physicians Full story

W.Va. agency wraps up public meetings on rail plan

Information gathered during a series of public meetings around West Virginia will help the state develop a plan for freight and passenger rail service for the next 20 to 30 years, said Cindy Hunt, executive director of the State Rail Authority. Full story

US rig count up 6 this week to 1,776

Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs actively exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. increased by six this week to 1,776. Full story

CFT: Georgia Tech, Alabama postpone future series

Penn State and West Virginia appear to be in the final stages of scheduling a future home-and-home series. Alabama and Georgia Tech, on the other hand, are postponing their future series indefinitely. An Alabama spokesperson confirmed to al.com that the two games, scheduled for 2019 in Tuscaloosa an Full story

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Quad Cities Gets Second Place ... In Heart Attacks

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W.Va. returns $6.2M in unclaimed assets

W.Va. tops in per capita promotion of health law

Investors who sued Massey Energy accept mediation

Gas prices increase by a nickel in W.Va.

CFT: Dana Holgorsen to hurry-up offense critics: ‘Get over it’

West Virginia offers surplus property to residents

PFT: Geno Smith likes his chances of winning the starting job

US rig count up 11 this week to 1,770

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  Gunmakers fire back at pro-gun control politicians

Gun maker Beretta USA says its looking to expand its operations out of Maryland after that state enacted stricter gun laws. The Up panel looks at the company’s decision not to come to West Virginia, home of one of the lawmakers pushing universal background check legislation, Sen. Joe Manchin.

  Sen. Joe Manchin fires back at the NRA

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., joins Hardball to talk about his efforts to push gun reform legislation and the steps he’s taking to defend himself from NRA attacks.

  Understanding the future of the post-Jacksonian Democratic Party

The Up panel talks about the similarities and differences between the old and new Democratic coalitions.

  Car pile up in W. Va. injures 8

Rain may have caused a 36-car pile up on a bridge in St. Albans, West Virginia, that injured at least eight people. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Bankruptcy ruling leads to cutting pensions for thousands

A mining company called Patriot Coal reportedly used the bankruptcy system to cheat thousands of its workers and retirees out of more than a billion dollars in pensions and health care benefits. Chris Hayes discusses the news with West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin.

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