February 14, 2017

Route 2 crash claims life

Police believe speed was a factor.

Loughry asks legislature to look at drug court funding

Chief justice says money may be better used in executive branch.

Kingery resigns from state education board

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia Board of Education member Beverly Kingery resigned from the board Monday in a letter to Gov. Jim Justice, though she...

Man killed in McDowell County crash

The wreck happened around 11:00 Tuesday morning on Country Route 83/1.

Herbert has South Charleston much improved as postseason nears

South Charleston entered the week having won eight straight games and 10 of its last 11.

DEA to announce new drug abuse strategy for Kanawha, Putnam, Cabell counties

Press conference will be held Wednesday in Charleston.

Boys basketball gallery: Martinsburg 63, Washington 54

Martinsburg defeated Washington 63-54 in boys high school basketball.

Senate taking a more deliberative pace with budget

Finance chairman says Justice's $450 million alternative budget cut plan not the only option.

Elkins Police investigating fifth hoax bomb threat at Elkins High School

"It's not only that hoax bomb threats are a crime within themselves if the individuals are identified," Raffety said.

Gorrell admits she had her doubts in struggle with Century

Leader of retirees fight reflects on a long six year struggle and says there were times she wanted to give up.

Kids, families, constituents all want a say on W.Va. state budget squeeze

Almost every day brings a new constituent group to the Capitol.

Mylan CEO at drug trade group meeting: “We need to own the story of savings”

AAM's campaign, "Keeping Medicines in Reach", is launched four months after Mylan agreed to a settlement with the U. S. Department of Justice and federal regulators over pricing practices.

Proud grandpa is the winner in Ram Trucks Trophy Photo Contest

Ben Gandy of Fairmont wins the NWTF edition .270 rifle after submitting this picture of his grandchildren with their first spring gobblers.

Public meeting will address plans for specialized college on WVU Tech campus

KVC Health Systems plans to repurpose space for youth in foster care.

How deeply will Big Monday Meltdown reverberate?

Allan Taylor's Gold & Blue Lunch Report recaps an incredible ending at The Phog.

Institute citizens meet to discuss methanol plant

A new methanol plant in Institute drew concern from citizens at a meeting Monday night at West Virginia State University.

Huntington City Council votes against using Rainy Day Fund on deficit

If the proposal was approved, the city's budget deficit would have gone from $2.2 million to more than $120,00.

Governor takes on #FTDR in a big way

We’re still learning what type of Governor Jim Justice will be, but we know that he does think big, and his highway plan is evidence...

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