August 20, 2014

Coonskin logger found not guilty

Jury acquits Charleston man charged after post-derecho work.

Police, prosecutor issue conflicting reports on assault involving justice’s children

Lindsey Gardner says she was "talking out of her head" when she told on the scene her brother kicked her in the head 3 times.

High School Football…..We’re Back!

School is back in session….summer is over (almost)….and the best news of all, it’s time for high school football!  Teams all across the state will...

DNR director testifies in Kanawha State Forest dispute

Frank Jezioro questioned about surface mine permit.

Prosecutors drop felony charge against Justice Workman’s son

Police chief standing by original police report.

Fourth suspect arrested in Charleston Foodland robbery

Police reveal one of the suspects is a former employee of Charleston store. Two females wanted in the case remain at large.

Victim identified in Jackson County fire

Woman, 50, dies in mobile home blaze.

Harrison County drug bust leads to three arrests

A high risk drug search warrant was executed at an apartment building in Clarksburg

WVU alumni group plans to welcome Mountaineer faithful to Atlanta

Events are scheduled around the Chik-fil-A Kickoff Game between WVU and Alabama on Aug. 30 at the Georgia Dome.

More charges could be filed in connection with Miracle Meadows case

The founder of the Harrison County boarding school could be charged with contempt of court.

High water in Ohio County

Wednesday morning flash flooding along National Road.

Romney rallies Republicans

The former Presidential candidate visited both Beckley and Charleston on Tuesday.

Wheeling Central looks to get back on top of Class A behind underclassmen

Wheeling Central heads into 2014 behind just three seniors.

NAPA Auto Parts Gold & Blue Now: Aug. 20

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — In this edition of the NAPA Auto Parts Gold and Blue Now, Jerry Palm,, compares the Big 12 football conference against the...

The Constitutional clash in Ferguson

The chaos in Ferguson, Missouri is straining the country’s definitions of protests and law enforcement. The United States Constitution clearly protects the rights of individuals...

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