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Black lung is an incurable disease still plaguing coal miners nationwide. WVU News
reporter CJ Harvey has the story. 

The Monongalia County Sheriff's Department now have body cameras on all officers. WVU
News reporter Casey Gentile has the story. 

WVU is changing and developing Morgantown's Sunnyside neighborhood.  WVU News reporter
Alison Kaiser has the story.  


WVU officials are closing Arnold Hall and opening Seneca Hall, the most expensive dorm on campus, which worries students about the available number of affordable housing options. WVU News reporter CJ Harvey has the story.

 
Since 2014 West Virginia has seen a huge decline in residents as a result of the economy 
and number of deaths. WVU News reporter Madison Smith has the story. 

One Morgantown teacher is working to shatter West Virginia stereotypes by teaching students
to stand up to injustice. WVU News reporter Tristan Webster has the story. 


A potential addition of a bridge over the Monongalia River may help ease the flow of traffic
from downtown Morgantown to I-79. WVU News reporter Josh Oyler has the story. 

 
West Virginia University recently received a new classification as an R1 research institution. 
WVU News reporter Tim Doney has the story. 

Four hopeful West Virginia University students compete to become the next Mountaineer
in hopes of showing their passion and pride for the state. WVU News reporter Jordan 
Crammer has the story. 

Wrestler Dylan Cottrell returns to his home state of West Virginia to join the Mountaineers
team.  WVU News reporter Jordan Crammer has the story. 


University Towne Center is expanding with new shopping complexes, it will bring in 8,000 
new jobs and expand development into the western side of the city. WVU News reporter
Josh Oyler has the story. 


Educators in West Virginia are working to focus on state and local policies to enhance and support
child literacy. WVU News reporter Tristan Webster has the story. 

 
With narrow streets and limited parking, Morgantown has been experiencing an increase in
hit  and runs.  WVU News reporter Brooke Chaplain has the story.