AP-WV--West Virginia News Digest 2:05 pm, WV
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WASHINGTON — Facing a growing threat to his presidency, President Donald Trump lashed at his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen, a day after the onetime “fixer” implicated Trump in a campaign cover-up to buy the silence of women who said they had sexual relationships with him.
—HEPATITIS OUTBREAK, from Charleston: West Virginia health officials will receive technical support from the Centers for Disease, Control and Prevention in response to a hepatitis A outbreak.
—HEROIN-SENTENCE, from Martinsburg: A Maryland man has been sentenced to 17 ½ years in federal prison for selling heroin in West Virginia.
—UNIVERSITY-ASTRONAUT, from Institute: A statue honoring a West Virginia State University graduate depicted in the film “Hidden Figures” will be unveiled at a ceremony this weekend.
TEXAS A&M-FISHER TIME
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — All those zeroes in Jimbo Fisher’s new contract hang over the coach like a huge cloud. Texas A&M handed Fisher a 10-year, $75 million contract to leave Florida State after Kevin Sumlin was fired last year. Aggie fans believe that’s 75 million reasons why the West Virginia native should be the one to deliver their first national title since 1939.
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