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  • UPDATE: Rail line reopens, derailment cleanup continues

    UPDATE: Rail line reopens, derailment cleanup continues

    ROCK (WVVA) - Crews were at the site of a train derailment in a remote area of Mercer County Wednesday. The derailment occurred Tuesday night in the Rock area -- near Montcalm -- across from Route 71..More >>
    ROCK (WVVA) - Crews were at the site of a train derailment in a remote area of Mercer County Wednesday. The derailment occurred Tuesday night in the Rock area -- near Montcalm -- across from Route 71.. More >>
  • Theatre W.Va. to return for 54th season

    Theatre W.Va. to return for 54th season

    BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) -- Theatre West Virginia is preparing to return for its 54th season following a shutdown caused by financial problems.The Register-Herald reports that Theatre West Virginia has scheduled 17 performances of "Hatfields and McCoys" this season...More >>
    BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) -- Theatre West Virginia is preparing to return for its 54th season following a shutdown caused by financial problems.The Register-Herald reports that Theatre West Virginia has scheduled 17 performances of "Hatfields and McCoys" this season...More >>
  • Woman guilty of four charges after running over employee

    Woman guilty of four charges after running over employee

    MERCER CO. (WVVA) - Dustie Beller was on trial for running over a woman with her car all for chainsaw. While she was found not guilty of attempted murder, the jury did find her guilty of petty larceny, conspiracy, failure to stop and render aid, and malicious wounding. The victim had this to say about the verdict. "Um very happy,” Mackenzie Ansley said. “To be expected -- the attempted murder charge. I knew coming into it, it was an iffy charge. And I'll take four out of five. And I'm happy w...More >>
    MERCER CO. (WVVA) - Dustie Beller was on trial for running over a woman with her car all for chainsaw. While she was found not guilty of attempted murder, the jury did find her guilty of petty larceny, conspiracy, failure to stop and render aid, and malicious wounding. The victim had this to say about the verdict. "Um very happy,” Mackenzie Ansley said. “To be expected -- the attempted murder charge. I knew coming into it, it was an iffy charge. And I'll take four out of five. And I'm happy w...More >>

A video game villain has a mid-life crisis in "Wreck-it Ralph." John C. Reilly is the voice of the arcade smasher who decides he doesn't want to be the bad guy anymore. So he escapes his game and inserts himself into others where he can play the hero, only to find that today's video games are violent and scary. "Wreck-it Ralph" is rated PG.

A mid-air miracle becomes a class-action lawsuit in "Flight." Denzel Washington plays a commercial airline pilot who survives a crash, and saves most of the passengers on his plane in the process. But as he's being celebrated as an American hero, medical records reveal the captain was drunk at the time of the accident. "Flight" is rated R.

The Wu-Tang Clan gets a kung fu grip in "The Man with the Iron Fists." "Rza," the leader of the hip-hop group "Wu-Tang clan" serves as writer, director, and star in this one. He plays a blacksmith in 19th-century china forced to make weapons for warring factions. But when the fighting engulfs his town, the smithy himself becomes a weapon. "The Man with the Irons Fists" is rated R.

"Clueless" gets bitten by the Twilight Saga in "Vamps." Alicia Silverstone and Krysten Ritter are ageless vampires enjoying their hex in the city. But keeping up with the times is getting harder. And the fact that ritter's new boyfriend comes from a family of vampire hunters just may drive Silverstone to eat garlic. "Camps" is rated PG-13.

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