Mark Kelly, the last commander of Space Shuttle Endeavour, talks about the importance of the spacecraft ahead of its move to the California Science Center near Los Angeles.
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Autopsy shows Martinsburg police shot man 23 times
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) — An autopsy report says Martinsburg police officers shot a Virginia man 23 times during an altercation in 2013.
Md. flags flown half-staff to honor Torrey Brown
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland’s flag is flying at half-staff over the State House and at all Maryland Department of Natural Resources facilities to honor a former Maryland Department of Natural Resources secretary who died.
System to provide firefighters quick access could be required in new Mineral businesses
KEYSER, W.Va. — The Mineral County Commission agreed to look into the possibility of implementing an ordinance that would require new commercial businesses to install a KNOX-BOX Rapid Entry System.
Puff & Stuff owners agree to settlement in federal court
CUMBERLAND — The owners of Puff & Stuff stores in Cumberland and LaVale agreed to forfeit $173,988 to settle claims that they sold synethic drugs at their stores.
Hampshire man sentenced to 40 years plus in child death
ROMNEY, W.Va. – Hampshire County Circuit Court Judge H. Charles Carl III sentenced Cory A. Orndorff, 23, of Green Spring on Wednesday to 40 years for one count of child abuse resulting in the death of an 18-month-old child
Wills Mountain wild fire 70 percent contained
CENTERVILLE, Pa. — Fire on Wills Mountain that began Saturday reportedly covered more than 800 acres by Wednesday morning and was 70 percent contained, according to a public information officer with the Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry.
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West Virginia flags lowered for former congressman
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — State and U.S. flags at state facilities are at half-staff in honor of former Rep. Mick Staton.
Staton died April 14. He was 74.
Truck catches fire on city bridge
CUMBERLAND — Cumberland firefighters doused a pickup truck fire on the Baltimore Street bridge spanning Wills Creek about 11 a.m. Tuesday, but not before it destroyed the engine compartment and damaged the passenger area of the Chevrolet.
Carbon monoxide causes evacuation at Ramada
CUMBERLAND — High carbon monoxide readings at the Ramada Inn on George Street resulted in the evacuation of the first floor at midday Tuesday and caused a senior citizen prom to be moved elsewhere.
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