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One arrested after stabbing in Saint Albans, WV

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A person is under arrest after an early morning stabbing in eastern Kanawha County, West Virginia. More>>

UPDATE: Beckley Police arrest suspect in Little General robbery investigation

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 An armed robbery that happened at the Little General on Johnstown Road on Sunday, July 27 ends with the suspect sent to the hospital.  A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Charles Carrington on First Degree Robbery charges. More>>

Firefighters in Charleston, WV concerned about limited number of ladder trucks

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In Charleston, WV there is some debate about whether or not the city has enough ladder trucks to respond to a high rise fire. More>>

Community donating thousands for employees after fire puts them out of work Video included

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There are two restaurants on the first floor on the Morris Building in Huntington, West Virginia.  Their doors are closed for now, after a fire broke out in the building on Sunday.  More>>

Police search for suspects after one shot in Huntington

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Dispatchers with Cabell County 911 confirm with 13 News that the shooting occurred near the intersection of 9th Avenue and 23rd Street. More>>

Nearly 100 new jobs available in Ashland, KY

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In a news release sent Monday, July 29, Kohl's Department Stores says it will be hiring 100 people for part-time jobs at the newest location in AshlandKentucky. More>>

Water main break along 29th Street in Ashland, KY, washes away part of roadway

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Ashland Police are advising residents to avoid south 29th Street between Nolte Street and Floyd Street after a water main break. The break occurred around 6 p.m.on Monday, July 27, and washed part of the road away as a result. More>>

Ohio woman sentenced after embezzling funds from Huntington, WV public housing

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Connie Lynn Whitley, 51, of Proctorville, Ohio, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for embezzling more than $150,000 in federal funds.  More>>

UPDATE: Fire at Morris Building in Huntington, WV ruled accidental Video included

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UPDATE: The July 27 fire at the Morris Building in downtown Huntington, WV is now under investigation. Investigators say it started in the elevator, which collapsed onto the 4th floor.  More>>

Police searching for missing woman in Logan County, WV Video included

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The Logan County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating a woman who has been missing for nearly a month. More>>

Heroin trafficking ring busted by Southern Ohio Drug Task Force

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More than 20 men and women are facing felony drug charges after officers busted up a heroin ring following an 18 month investigation in Scioto County.  More>>

UPDATE: FBI now assisting in investigation of Huntington, WV fatal officer-involved shooting

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UPDATE: The FBI has been called in to assist in the investigation of a fatal officer-involved shooting in HuntingtonWV. More>>

UPDATE: Human Movement to acquire Dirty Girl Mud Run assets Video included

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UPDATE: 13 NEWS has learned some Dirty Girl Mud Run ticket holders will get refunds.
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Four face charges in arson-for-hire case in Harrison County, WV

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Four West Virginia residents face arson charges in an insurance fraud case in the Laurel Valley area of Harrison County.T More>>

Ohio Won't Investigate Cedar Point Ride Accident

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TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - Ohio's amusement ride inspectors won't be conducting an official investigation into an accident that injured two people when a cable snapped on a swing ride at Cedar Point. That's because the state investigates accidents only when someone is admitted to a hospital or stays overnight. Cedar Point says the Skyhawk ride will remain closed until the park's investigation into the cause is completed. Two people were hurt Saturday night when a cable disconnected on the ride that ... More>>

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