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McDowell County woman arrested for second degree murder

PANTHER, WV (WVNS) – A woman from McDowell County was arrested for second degree murder after another woman was shot at a home in the Panther area of McDowell County. According to the criminal complaint, on Monday, August 8, 2022, Angelia Dotson, of Panther, was sitting in a car in the driveway of the home. […]
MCDOWELL COUNTY, WV
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McDowell County woman facing charges for second degree murder and wanton endangerment

Panther, West Virginia (WOAY) – Angelia B. Dotson,53, of Panther, WV, is facing charges of second-degree murder and two counts of wanton endangerment. According to a McDowell County criminal complaint obtained by WOAY, a “crying and distraught” Dotson was sitting in her vehicle in the driveway of a Panther Creek road residence following an incident with her boyfriend, Jeaninine Justice.
MCDOWELL COUNTY, WV
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Abandoned mine emergency declared at two sites in Pound

The Virginia Department of Energy has declared two Abandoned Mine Land emergencies after recent heavy rainfall caused issues with subsidence and drainage from historic coal mining operations. On Sunnydale Farm Road in Pound, an underground mine subsided creating a 15-feet deep void close to two homes, the department said in...
POUND, VA
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'This particularly hits home'; St. Matthews police helps Letcher Co. police after deadly floods

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — One Louisville police department has sent officers to Letcher County, assisting with recovery efforts following deadly flooding in eastern Kentucky. Sergeant George Jetter said the St. Matthews Police Department is helping the Jenkins Police Department and the Fleming-Neon Police Department with patrols and response efforts. Jetter...
LETCHER COUNTY, KY
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VSP: ATMs destroyed, cash stolen in southwest Virginia

(WFXR) — Virginia State Police are turning to the southwest Virginia community for help as they investigate the destruction of ATMs at banks in Dickenson and Buchanan counties. According to authorities, the first incident took place around 1 a.m. on Saturday, July 30 in the Town of Haysi. Even...
HAYSI, VA
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Husband, wife sentenced on wire fraud charges

WISE COUNTY, Va. (WYMT) - A husband and wife realtor team from Wise were sentenced on federal wire fraud charges Wednesday. According to a release from Virginia State Police (VSP), Jessee Allen DeLoach, 40, pled guilty to one count of wire fraud in February. His wife, Natasha Ashley Miller DeLoach, 38, also pled guilty in February. Both were sentenced to 15 months in federal prison.
WISE, VA
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UPIKE men’s soccer schedule released

Bears men’s soccer has released the 2022 schedule, complete with 17 contests and two exhibition matches. The Bears will make their debut on the pitch in just three days, traveling to Pittsburgh, Pa. for an exhibition matchup with Point Park University. The following Saturday, the squad will make the trip to North Carolina for another friendly with Lees-McRae College.
PIKEVILLE, KY
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Mine repair shop donates $42,000 for scholarships for welding students

WILLIAMSON, W.Va. (WCHS) — A mine repair shop has donated $42,000 to support three associate degree scholarships for welding students at Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College. Ronnie and Diana Barnett of Mining Repair Specialists recently donated the money to the Southern Foundation to fund the scholarships, according...
WILLIAMSON, WV
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Police search for people vandalizing, robbing ATMs

HAYSI, Va. — Police are searching for the people responsible for destroying two bank ATMs in southwestern Virginia. The first instance happened around 1 a.m., July 30, at New Peoples Bank on Main Street in Haysi. That ATM was destroyed, but no cash was taken. The culprits struck again...
HAYSI, VA
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