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Unexpected hurdles may face autism measure

February 10, 2011 CHARLESTON, W.Va. more »»

W.Va. House approves autism insurance coverage

February 10, 2011 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia children with autism would gain coverage for their treatment under legislation passed by the House of Delegates. more »»

China involved in Ohio students' education

February 1, 2011 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Central Ohio students are learning Chinese through a program that's supported by the Chinese government and raised concerns in other parts of the United States. more »»

Report: W.Va. fails in tobacco control efforts

January 20, 2011 CHARLESTON, W.Va. more »»

'Madagascar Live' to Hit Stage in Pittsburgh

January 11, 2011 DreamWorks Theatricals and Broadway Across America on Monday announced that “Madagascar Live,” DreamWorks Theatricals’ first-ever live family touring show will play the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh... more »»

Uncle: Firewood spat came before Ohio mom killed

January 5, 2011 BIG PRAIRIE, Ohio (AP) — A 10-year-old boy suspected in his mother's shooting death argued with her beforehand about whether to carry firewood into their home, his uncle said Tuesda. more »»

Sick Children 'Fly' to North Pole

December 14, 2010 CLEVELAND (AP) — What was billed as a flight to the North Pole never left the ground, but that didn't matter to about 50 children and their families in Cleveland. more »»

Lawsuit Claims Youth Treated Inhumanely at Detention Center

December 7, 2010 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Inmates at an Ohio juvenile detention center are regularly locked up for 23 hours a day, denied running water and medical treatment and endure harsh punishment, including... more »»

W.Va. county adopts student drug testing policy

December 7, 2010 WINFIELD, W.Va. (AP) — The Putnam County Board of Education has adopted a policy to randomly test students for drugs in middle and high schools. more »»

Race to the Top school spending progresses in Ohio

November 23, 2010 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio schools have been cleared by lawmakers to begin spending competitive Race to the Top education grant mone. more »»

March of Dimes gives W.Va. preterm birth rate 'F'

November 17, 2010 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia is seeing fewer preterm births but the March of Dimes says more improvement is neede. more »»

W.Va. Powerball winner gives $5M to charity group

November 5, 2010 MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) — Powerball jackpot winner Randy Smith is keeping a promise to share his winnings with West Virginia. more »»

Ohio whooping cough cases up 40 percent from 2009

November 5, 2010 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — State health officials say Ohio whooping cough cases are up more than 40 percent this year, mirroring a trend seen elsewhere. more »»

Indiana couple surrenders 3-year-old to Ohio father

November 3, 2010 SELLERSBURG, Ind. (AP) — An Indiana couple has surrendered a boy they raised for three years to his biological father in Ohio following a lengthy custody battle, an attorney said. more »»

Bethel Park, Pa., teachers on strike

October 25, 2010 Pittsburgh-area teachers, professionals on strike BETHEL PARK, Pa. more »»

Pa. family pushes dating bill in girl's memory

October 5, 2010 NEW ALEXANDRIA, Pa. more »»

Police say 2 Pa. moms arranged daughters' fight

October 5, 2010 UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — State police have cited two southwestern Pennsylvania moms for allegedly arranging a fight between their daughter. more »»

No new answers in Ohio study of child cancer cases

September 29, 2010 FREMONT, Ohio (AP) — A study looking at whether radiation from homes, schools and industrial sites was the source of child cancer cases in northern Ohio didn't turn up any answers, state health... more »»

W.Va. gets $1M in adoption incentives

September 17, 2010 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — More than $1 million in federal funds have been approved for West Virginia to encourage more adoptions of children in foster care. more »»

Pa. governor hopefuls press conflicting school agendas

September 15, 2010 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Republican Tom Corbett promised Tuesday he would get right to work as governor to open the door to an array of taxpayer-financed alternatives for parents frustrated with the... more »»



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