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AT&T explores expansion of super-fast Internet
AT&T explores expansion of super-fast Internet

NEW YORK (AP) — AT&T plans a major expansion of super-fast Internet services to cover as many as 100 municipalities in 25 metropolitan areas.

The service, called GigaPower, has a 1 gigabit per second speed that is about 100...

AT&T explores expansion of super-fast Internet
AT&T explores expansion of super-fast Internet

NEW YORK (AP) — AT&T plans a major expansion of super-fast Internet services to cover as many as 100 municipalities in 25 metropolitan areas.

The service, called GigaPower, has a 1 gigabit per second speed that is about 100 times...

Gupta says ER visits a ‘gross underestimate’ of people affected by leak
Gupta says ER visits a ‘gross underestimate’ of people affected by leak

Gupta to release new data online today; calls previous number ‘gross underestimate’

One-room schoolhouse hid in plain sight for a century
One-room schoolhouse hid in plain sight for a century

One-room schoolhouse in Mercer County recently discovered under guise of barn

By MARCUS CONSTANTINO

Daily Mail Staff

ROCK, W.Va. -- In a small mountain community above Montcalm in Mercer County, a one-room schoolhouse that possibly...

Judge to consider Plants case
Judge to consider Plants case

Kanawha prosecutor may be disqualified from handling cases involving children

Power baseball: Rose Jr. returns to Charleston, this time as a manager
Power baseball: Rose Jr. returns to Charleston, this time as a manager

For Pete Rose Jr., baseball has always been a part of life’s journey. That path has led him to Charleston this week with the Kannapolis Intimidators.

He started as a sponge in the clubhouses of the Cincinnati Reds’ famed...

Prep softball: St. Albans lead doesn’t hold up against Logan
Prep softball: St. Albans lead doesn’t hold up against Logan

By CHRISTOPHER WADE

DAILY MAIL SPORTSWRITER

The St. Albans High softball team had a chance Monday night against Logan to knock off the second of the top two teams in Class AAA in consecutive weeks.

The Red Dragons scored four ...

Editorial cartoon for April 22, 2014
Editorial cartoon for April 22, 2014

Marshall football: Van Horn evolving into OL anchor

HUNTINGTON — From last spring to this one, Marshall redshirt junior Clint Van Horn has gone from backup to backbone of the Thundering Herd offensive line.

Last April, he was fighting for playing time along the line. This April, after a...

WVU basketball: Second warrant issued for signee Phillip

MORGANTOWN — A spokesperson at the Mecklenberg County (N.C.) Sheriff’s Office told the Charleston Daily Mail on Monday that a second warrant previously was issued for the arrest of West Virginia basketball signee Tarik Phillip....

Chuck McGill: Peeking at WVU, MU spring football

There’s little reason to believe West Virginia and Marshall will get on the same football field anytime soon, so let’s tackle the state’s only two Division I programs in one column and empty the spring notebook.

First,...

Prep baseball: Flores shuts down St. Albans

With just six innings pitched in his team’s first 15 games, Nitro High’s Eddie Flores has been somewhat unknown throughout the Kanawha Valley.

On Monday evening, the hard-throwing sophomore introduced himself to the St. Albans...

Prep baseball: Norris sharp as Riverside tops South Charleston

Cameron Norris went the distance in pitching Riverside to a 6-2 high school baseball victory over South Charleston on Monday night at the Black Eagles’ Bryan-McElwain Field. Norris struck out 15 and walked four with one earned run. Norris also...

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