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Weekend WrapUp of Top Stories

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13 News Producer Amelia Ferrell wraps up this week's top stories.

WV DEP says foam in Elk River not dangerous
West Virginia American Water released a statement Thursday night, which reads "testing results from foam samples taken earlier today in the Elk River are complete and indicate no changes to source water quality and no characteristics outside of typical water quality parameters."
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WV TAP concludes public discussion of MCHM
The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources released a statement about WVTAP's conference.
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Gun law triggers controversy in community
On Tuesday West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin signed Senate Bill 317 into law. It allows people with concealed carry permits to bring guns into city owned recreational facilities.
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Lockdown a learning experience for Charleston, WV schools
Students at Mary C. Snow West Side Elementary in Charleston, WV were put on lock down Tuesday because of a shooting in the community. It happened around the time students were being dismissed from school at Mary C. Snow West Side Elementary and J.E. Robbins Elementary. 
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Wrongful death lawsuits filed on behalf of fire victims in Charelston, WV
Several lawsuits have been filed by family members on behalf of three of the victims.
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