BC-WV--West Virginia News Digest 2 pm, WV
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. _ West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice gives his third State of the State speech on Wednesday night.
_LEGISLATURE BEGINS, from Charleston: West Virginia lawmakers are gathering in Charleston for the start of the 2019 regular session.
_MISSING GIRL-WEST VIRGINIA, from Weston: An attorney for a West Virginia woman convicted of killing her 3-year-old daughter is asking the West Virginia Supreme Court for an acquittal or a new trial.
_LGBTQ DISCRIMINATION ORDINANCE, from Beckley: Another West Virginia city has given preliminary approval for an ordinance that would include “sexual orientation” and “gender identification” to legally protected classes.
_TRANSGENDER STUDENT-HARASSMENT, from Clarksburg: The board of education in Harrison County, West Virginia, has voted to allow the conditional return of an assistant principal accused of harassing a transgender high school student.
_STATE FAIR SCHOLARSHIPS, from Lewisburg: The State Fair of West Virginia is accepting applications for scholarships to be awarded to young people who have participated in the fair.
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