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  1. Paying for back-to-school supplies, is it too much?

     

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  2. 2 brothers arrested on drug charges in Hurricane, WV

    Jarid Uriah Edwards and Jackie Luel Edwards were arrested on charges of delivery of heroin and possession with intent to deliver heroin.

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  3. Paying for back-to-school supplies, is it too much?

     13 News found some parents worried that their kids supply lists are way too long, with items that they can't afford, or shouldn't have to cover.

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  4. WV State Police looking for suspect in a Mason County ATV robbery

    Troopers with the West Virginia Station Police Mason County detachment are looking for a man who stole an ATV. According to information released by the WVSP, Mason County Detachment via Facebook the suspect drove the ATV to Ripley after stealing it. 

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  5. Police search for suspects after one shot in Huntington

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

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

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

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  8. Two arrested after traffic stop in Saint Albans, WV

    A man and woman were arrested after police in Saint Albans pulled over the car they were traveling in.

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  9. Cancellations and delays at Yeager Airport in Charleston, West Virginia due to severe weather

    Yeager Airport in Charleston, West Virginia  is reporting several cancellations this evening, Sunday, July 27 and on Monday, July 28. 

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  10. Managing Pain: Are You Reading Your Medicine Labels?

    You may not be able to spell or even pronounce the word "acetaminophen," but almost 50 million Americans use it each week to manage pain and fever. Acetaminophen is the most common drug ingredient in America, found in more than 600 different prescription (Rx) and over-the-counter (OTC) medicines. 

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