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Restaurants reopen with bottled water after West Virginia spill

Jan 12 2014

CHARLESTON, West Virginia Restaurants and shops began reopening on Sunday in parts of West Virginia where the water supply was poisoned by a chemical spill, although up to 300,000 people spent a fourth day unable to use tap water for anything besides flushing toilets. | Video

Restaurants reopen with bottled water after West Virginia spill

Jan 12 2014

CHARLESTON, West Virginia Restaurants and shops were reopening on Sunday in parts of West Virginia where the water supply was poisoned by a chemical spill, although up to 300,000 people spent a fourth day unable to use tap water for anything besides flushing toilets. | Video

Restaurants reopen with bottled water after West Virginia spill

Jan 12 2014

CHARLESTON, W.Va., Jan 12 Restaurants and shops were reopening on Sunday in parts of West Virginia where the water supply was poisoned by a chemical spill, although up to 300,000 people spent a fourth day unable to use tap water for anything besides flushing toilets.

Tap water fix in West Virginia still days away, official says

Jan 11 2014

CHARLESTON, W., Virginia Tap water in Charleston, West Virginia, and nearby communities will remain unsafe in the coming days, an official said on Saturday as residents spent a third day unable to bathe, shower or drink from the faucet due to a chemical spill tainting the Elk River. | Video

Tap water fix in West Virginia still days away, official says

Jan 11 2014

CHARLESTON, W. Va., Jan 11 Tap water in Charleston, West Virginia, and nearby communities will remain unsafe in the coming days, an official said on Saturday as residents spent a third day unable to bathe, shower or drink from the faucet due to a chemical spill tainting the Elk River.

West Virginia chemical spill leaves 300,000 without tap water

Jan 11 2014

CHARLESTON, W., Virginia Up to 300,000 West Virginia residents spent a second night unable to bathe, shower or drink tap water on Saturday after a chemical spill into the Elk River near the state capital of Charleston, although chemical levels were declining.

West Virginia chemical spill leaves 300,000 without tap water

Jan 11 2014

CHARLESTON, W., Virginia Up to 300,000 West Virginia residents spent a second night unable to bathe, shower or drink tap water on Saturday after a chemical spill into the Elk River near the state capital of Charleston, although chemical levels were declining.

West Virginia chemical spill triggers tap water ban

Jan 10 2014

CHARLESTON, W., Virginia Up to 300,000 West Virginia residents were told not to drink tap water on Friday after a chemical spill called its safety into question, and health officials said water in the affected area should only be used for flushing toilets and fighting fires. | Video

West Virginia judge pleads guilty in cover-up of drug case involving sheriff

Oct 02 2013

CHARLESTON, West Virginia A suspended judge pleaded guilty on Wednesday to covering up drug allegations against a West Virginia sheriff, the latest revelation in a public corruption scandal that has enveloped a small county in the coal-rich state.

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