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A Glouster man appeared in Athens County Municipal court Wednesday morning after shooting at police.

Athens County Sherriff Rodney Smith said deputies were called to assist Glouster Police after coming under fire while serving an arrest warrant Tuesday night.

West Virginia's new superintendent of schools has released his goals for improving the state's public education system, including a focus on improving student attendance and graduation rates.

Michael Martirano presented the plan to the state Board of Education on Wednesday.

Thomas Eric Duncan, the 33-year-old man who contracted Ebola in Liberia and later traveled to Dallas, where he was being treated, has died, hospital officials say.

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A federal judge has lifted his hold on a lawsuit challenging West Virginia's ban on same-sex marriages.
 
U.S. District Judge Robert Chambers on Tuesday ordered the state and two county clerks to respond to a motion by plaintiffs by Oct. 21.
 

Southeast Ohio Public Energy Council, the organization formed by the city of Athens and Athens County to pursue electric aggregation, isn't changing its name but is altering its structure.

A Glouster man is in custody after leading police on a pursuit through Glouster and shooting at police officers.

Let’s be Clear, E.W. Scripps Journalism Professor Yusuf Kalyango isn’t infected with Ebola, but the disease is increasingly on his mind these days.

In rival U.S. Senate bids, Republican Shelley Moore Capito raised $1.6 million last quarter and still has $3.4 million in the bank, while Democrat Natalie Tennant brought in almost $1 million and has $1.1 million in her campaign account.
 
Republican James Comer raised $534,000 in his first fundraising quarter as a candidate for Kentucky governor.
 

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