AP-WV--West Virginia News Digest 1:45 pm, WV
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WASHINGTON — Republican Sen. Rand Paul, who had publicly wavered as to whether he would support Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, endorsed him Monday. Paul of Kentucky says he will back Kavanaugh despite misgivings about the judge’s views on surveillance and privacy issues. Few had expected Paul would oppose President Donald Trump’s choice in the end. By Kevin Freking.
ROAD PROJECTS, from CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Gov. Jim Justice says motorists can use a website to view ongoing West Virginia road and bridge construction projects.
PILL MILL FILLER, from CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A Kentucky pharmacist is accused of making custom pills to supply to two pill mills in West Virginia and one in Virginia.
SHERIFF-FATAL CRASH, from HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — An 88-year-old man who authorities say ran a stop sign was struck and killed by a car driven by a West Virginia sheriff.
STATE FAIR, from LEWISBURG, W.Va. — The 10-day West Virginia State Fair kicks off next week, and thousand are expected to visit the showcase in Lewisburg.
HOTEL OCCUPANCY, from LOGAN, W.Va. — West Virginia officials say hotel occupancy has climbed from last year.
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