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Manchin not sold on proposed dropout fix

February 19, 2010 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Gov. Joe Manchin isn't sold on raising the age that students legally have to be in school from 16 years old to 1. more »»

Three acquitted in teen death at detention center

February 10, 2010 CLEVELAND (AP) — A jury on Tuesday acquitted three former employees of an Ohio treatment center for troubled teens of involuntary manslaughter in the death of a 17-year-old girl who suffocated and... more »»

Dora, Backyardigans and More Coming to Benedum in Pittsburgh

February 5, 2010 Nickelodeon's Storytime Live! featuring Dora the Explorer, The Backyardigans, The Wonder Pets! & Ni Hao, Kai-Lan will take the stage at the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh on Saturday and... more »»

Pittsburgh woman arrested for leaving baby in car

February 2, 2010 PITTSBURGH (AP) — A Pittsburgh woman is accused of leaving her baby girl locked in a car in subfreezing temperatures. more »»

Boy, 9, shot while hunting in western Pa.

January 26, 2010 FREDONIA, Pa. (AP) — Police in western Pennsylvania say a 9-year-old boy was accidentally shot while out hunting with relative. more »»

Ohio Parks Offer Stays for A's

January 22, 2010 As children get back into the swing of school days after the long winter break, it’s not too early to hold out a good-grades “carrot,” compliments of Ohio State Park Lodge. more »»

Parents Object to Dress Code

January 22, 2010 MOOREFIELD, W.Va. (AP) — A Hardy County school's new dress code is being challenged by a group of parents who contend it violates students' constitutional rights. more »»

W.Va. Vote Set for School Schedule Changes

January 20, 2010 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Gov. more »»

Sisters still vying to bring Haitian kids to Pa.

January 18, 2010 PITTSBURGH (AP) — Two sisters who run an orphanage in Haiti are still trying to bring Haitian children to Pittsburg. more »»

Governor: Save the Children Will Be a Lifeline

January 15, 2010 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Gov. more »»

Few at risk for swine flu receive vaccinations

January 12, 2010 CLEVELAND (AP) — Only one in five Ohioans considered at highest risk for contracting swine flu got vaccines last year despite the state's public health campaign, a newspaper reporte. more »»

Ohio gov signs dating violence prevention bill

December 30, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio schools must now try to help stop dating violence, under a bill signed by Gov. Ted Stricklan. more »»

Christmas cards overwhelm Ohio boy with cancer

December 15, 2009 WEST JEFFERSON, Ohio (AP) — Ohio parents' wish for Christmas cards for their son with brain cancer has brought an avalanche of mail, thanks to the power of the Internet. more »»

Ohio House approves required autism coverage

December 9, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio House has approved bills that would require health insurance companies to cover the treatment of autism and diabete. more »»

Kennywood launches Sky Rocket

December 9, 2009 West Mifflin, PA – Kennywood announced today that Sky Rocket is the name of the new launch coaster opening in 2010. more »»

W.Va. court clarifies domestic violence law

November 24, 2009 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The state Supreme Court says a perceived threat of violence is enough to justify the granting of a domestic violence protection order. more »»

W.Va. mom loses bid to stop child's immunization

November 10, 2009 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A federal judge has rejected a Mingo County mother's claims that immunizing her daughter would be a health risk and a sacrilege. more »»

Mister Rogers Neighborhood set rebuilt as tribute

November 6, 2009 PITTSBURGH (AP) — For just this weekend, a neighborhood in this city that has lain dormant in boxes and under plastic coverings for nearly a decade, is coming back to life. more »»

Jurors Mull Yarbrough Execution

November 5, 2009 Pa. jury mulls execution in Ohio students' slaying WASHINGTON, Pa. more »»

W.Va. court: Parents who give up rights still pay

October 30, 2009 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Abusive and neglectful mothers and fathers who relinquish their parental rights are still obligated to pay child support, according to the West Virginia Supreme Court. more »»



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