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Homeschooling, Child Care Possible Targets Of Legislation As Justice Administration Nears End

The role of home schooling in the neglectful death of a 14-year-old continues to draw questions and concerns. 

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Plans For The Opioid Settlement And Understanding What Happened To Kyneddi Miller On This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, the foundation responsible for divvying up West Virginia's opioid settlement money chose its executive director in March. After taking on the position full-time at the beginning of May, Executive Director Jonathan Board sat down with Appalachia Health News Reporter Emily Rice to discuss his qualifications for the job and plans for the future.

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'It All Happened So Fast': Former Lawmaker Recounts Devastating Copperhead Attack

Former lawmaker Doug Skaff was bit by two copperheads in May. Reporter Jack Walker caught up with him and asked what his recovery process has been like so far.

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