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A Budget Surplus, A Coming Special Session And COVID-19 Cases Rise, This West Virginia Week

On this West Virginia Week, Gov. Jim Justice made multiple announcements during a Monday event. The governor said West Virginia residents could soon see their income taxes go down further because the state collected $826 million more in revenue than had been budgeted for this fiscal year.

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New Online Tool To Check Vaccination Status And How To Protect Seniors From Scams, This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, cases of seniors being scammed by strangers, or even victimized by loved ones and caretakers, are common in West Virginia and the country at large. U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of West Virginia William Ihlenfeld prosecutes these crimes far too often. He spoke with Chris Schulz to raise awareness of these crimes and how to avoid them.

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AG’s Holiday Consumer Protection Week Warns Against Scams  

With the Christmas shopping season now in full swing, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is advising caution around credit card offers, package deliveries and even donating to charity.

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Online Obituary Scam Targets Most Vulnerable

An online and phone funeral obituary scam is preying on West Virginians in the throes of bereavement.

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