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WALMART- Calling them "The Ultimate Relaxation Station" the infamous department store chain is adding Adult-Only bars to select Superstores across the nation, starting on the east coast. Community leaders are denouncing the move, while many customers are calling it, "the idea of the century!"
HUNTINGTON- While most fast food businesses around the country are slashing employee hours to sidestep Obamacare and preserve precious profits, one WV-based burger joint did just the opposite. Due to completely unrelated circumstances, Fat Patty's will be closing their doors exactly two months later.
SOUTH RIDGE- When Sam Walton opened his first store in 1962, his pledge has always been to help Americans save money and never, ever leave feeling burned. That is until, now. For a limited time Walmart will offer free cremation services with the purchase of a Funeral Urn.
CHARLESTON- It's that time of year again! Time to look in the mirror and realize you are just as alone as you were last year on Valentine's Day. Never fear! Husson's Pizza has just the thing to fill your heart ...or at least your stomach.
HUNTINGTON- Beginning this Saturday, the Dutch Miller Auto Group will have more to offer than just great deals on automobiles... they will also have great deals on furniture!
POCAHONTAS COUNTY- 'Oh, the weather outside is frightful' but the job market is becoming delightful. So we expect to hear Governor Earl Ray Tomblin say this weekend.
WEIRTON- The Supreme Court has ruled against American Labor Unions in a 2012 case brought by a Weirton man. The landmark case found several AFL-CIO unions guilty of paying non-union wages to homeless men hired to man picket lines.
Billionaire real estate magnate and "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" host Donald Trump has shocked state observers with the purchase of Staats Hospital, an architectural gem falling to oblivion on Charleston's West Side.
FAIRMONT - An odd thing happened at the Black Friday Walmart walkout. As workers picketed outside the store, panicked managers hit upon a novel idea. They offered shoppers discount incentives if they would also replace those who walked off the job.