Water quality improving in West Virginia

The latest tests of poisoned water in West Virginia have shown that the quality is improving "in the right direction," the state's governor said Sunday.

It's a hopeful sign for the 300,000 residents currently under a strict tap water ban following a chemical spill four days ago.

"We are at a point where we can see a light at the end of the tunnel," Governor Earl Ray Tomblin said at a news conference.

But officials stopped short of saying when the do-not-use order would be lifted.

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