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Apr 18 @ 10:31 a.m.

NASA to Attempt First Controlled Flight on Mars As Soon As Monday

WASHINGTON - NASA is targeting no earlier than Monday, April 19, for the first flight of its Ingenuity Mars Helicopter at approximately 3:30 a.m. EDT (12:30 a.m. PDT).

Data from the first flight will return to Earth a few hours following the autonomous flight. A livestream will begin at 6:15 a.m. EDT (3:15 a.m. PDT), as the helicopter team prepares to receive the data downlink in the Space Flight Operations Facility at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).

Watch on NASA Television, the agency appwebsite, and social media platforms, including YouTube and Facebook.

West Virginia to receive over $260 million to address child care needs

Tyler Barker|Apr 18 @ 10:19 a.m.

Concord University Celebrates Academic Excellence

Tyler Barker|Apr 17 @ 9:46 a.m.

Concord Participating In WV Law Enforcement Career Days

Tyler Barker|Apr 17 @ 9:43 a.m.

West Virginia vaccinations slow down as fewer step forward

CUNEYT DIL|Apr 17 @ 9:37 a.m.

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Kroger Health Continues to Administer COVID-19 Vaccine

Tyler Barker|Apr 17 @ 9:34 a.m.

WVDE Announces Initiatives to Support Military Families

Tyler Barker|Apr 16 @ 5:08 p.m.

P-EBT hotline overwhelmed as students receive benefit cards

Gailyn Markham|Apr 16 @ 4:38 p.m.

West Virginia to receive over $260 million to address child care needs

Tyler Barker|Apr 18 @ 10:19 a.m.

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First Case Of Brazilian COVID-19 Variant Detected in West Virginia

CHARLESTON, WV (LOOTPRESS) - Gov. Justice and state health officials announced that West Virginia has detected its first case of the Brazilian variant of COVID-19 in Berkeley County.

“This is just another reminder to please stay on your guard, West Virginia,” Gov. Justice said. “Get vaccinated, wear your masks, and do all the stuff you need to do to stay safe.”

DHHR officials reported that, to date, 497 cases of this variant have been identified across 31 states throughout the country.

Manchin, Capito reintroduce bipartisan bill to rein in national debt

Tyler Barker|Apr 15 @ 3:17 p.m.

Secretary of State releases how-to video to help register students to vote

Tyler Barker|Apr 15 @ 2:19 p.m.

S&P Reaffirms Highest Rating for West Virginia Money Market Funds

Tyler Barker|Apr 15 @ 2:14 p.m.

Capito: We Need to Focus on Core Infrastructure

Gailyn Markham|Apr 15 @ 2:50 p.m.
William “Scottie” ClaytonWaynesburg, PA1983 - 2021William “Scottie” Clayton, 38, of Waynesburg, PA formerly of Pipestem passed away Tuesday, April 13, 2021 following a sudden illness.
Patrick  Lee  LinzyMinden, WV1960 - 2021
Keith Dale WeatherlyNarrows, VA1982 - 2021
Larry Dale Abrams Sr.Clear Creek, WV1965 - 2021
Gene Thomas CrawfordCool Ridge, WV1934 - 2021

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Save the Earth, Save your Budget

The very first Earth Day was April 22, 1970.  Over the past 51 years, we’ve learned much about the small, everyday things we can do to benefit our planet.  Recycling used to mean getting the nickel deposit back for returning your soda bottles to the store.  Today, it’s a major industry.

A good way to conserve natural resources is to save energy.  The Public Service Commission wants to help you to find ways to cut your energy consumption and to keep your bills lower.  Some of these suggestions may serve as reminders, but others might be new ideas you can incorporate to save money on your power bill.

A good place to start is by changing your air conditioner filter.  When dust, pollen and pet dander accumulate on the filter, it causes your air conditioner to run longer and work harder. 

Capito Op-Ed: A Concerning Nomination Deserves Greater Scrutiny

Shelley Moore Capito|Apr 15 @ 9:51 a.m.

Gregory's Web for April 11, 2021

Ron Gregory|Apr 11 @ 6:03 p.m.

Capito Op-Ed: Here’s Why West Virginians Should Care About the Southern Border

Shelley Moore Capito|Apr 8 @ 10:44 a.m.


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Fancy Feast releases cookbook that allows owners to coordinate meals with pet

Fancy Feast, the most popular brand of gourmet wet cat food in the US, is celebrating the launch of Petites, their premier line of single-serve entrées, by releasing a companion cookbook for humans. With the new Fancy Feast Petites Feast Cookbook, cat owners and fans of the brand can now cook meals inspired by their cat's favorite dishes but made for you. Available for download, this single-serve cookbook features 12 delectable, human recipes inspired by your cat's new favorite Petites entrees.

Carefully crafted by Fancy Feast's in-house chef, Amanda Hassner, along with guest additions from James Beard Award Nominee, Jerrelle Guy, and actor turned baker, Josh Snyder, the Petites Feast Cookbook allows cat owners to take part in the dining experience with their cats.

"From Chicken and Ramen with Tomato Honey Butter Sauce to Whitefish and Asparagus with Beurre Blanc, the cookbook features recipes that are elevated but easy enough to whip up on a weeknight," said Fancy Feast's in-house chef, Amanda Hassner. "Each dish was inspired by the small-plate restaurant trend. The recipes are for humans but were created in honor of the dishes you will be serving your cat."

5 things you need to know about Cabwaylingo's ATV trail

Gailyn Markham|Apr 16 @ 9:16 a.m.

I got the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. Now what?

Associated Press|Apr 16 @ 8:59 a.m.

First concert in over a year to be held in Huntington

Tyler Barker|Apr 16 @ 8:42 a.m.

Former VP Pence undergoes surgery to implant pacemaker

JILL COLVIN|Apr 15 @ 4:40 p.m.

WVDNR announces winners of the 2021 Gold Rush Giveaway

Tyler Barker|Apr 15 @ 2:11 p.m.