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Topic - Hinton
Not everyone in this small railroad town is buzzing about the upcoming budget shortfall that will mean no more suppression treatments for black flies on the nearby rivers this fiscal year. But for the folks who do know about it, most are already itching to have Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin recommend the Legislature make a special appropriation to cover those treatments through the end of June.
State police say officers responding to a domestic violence complaint have fatally shot the ex-husband of a woman at her home.
British lawmakers said Monday they will grill Rupert Murdoch's son James about newspaper phone hacking for a second time next month, as the elder Mr. Murdoch's former right-hand man denied that he knew about the scale of the wrongdoing when he paid almost 250,000 pounds ($400,000) to a reporter convicted of illegal eavesdropping.
Rupert Murdoch's former right-hand man will be questioned by British lawmakers on how much he knew about the phone-hacking scandal, lawmakers said Tuesday.