BC-WV--West Virginia News Digest 2:18 pm, WV
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SPECIAL SESSION-WEST VIRGINIA
CHARLESTON, W.Va. _ West Virginia lawmakers are reconvening for their special session but have pushed back debate on education measures.
_POLICE CHASE-CRASH, from Dunbar: A police report says a Virginia fugitive died from injuries suffered in a police chase in West Virginia.
_TODDLER ABUSE, from Fairmont: A West Virginia judge has declined to reduce bail for a Fairmont woman accused of locking her 3-year-old son in a closet, torturing him and depriving him of food and water.
_FREE TUITION, from Keyser: West Virginia University Potomac State College says it’s participating in a state-funded financial aid program to cover basic tuition and fees.
_STATE PARKS-DEER HUNTS, from Charleston: Deer hunts will be held at six West Virginia state parks this fall.
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