The three-hour long meeting included public comments regarding consolidation plans.
According to the National Weather Service, systems like these are not usually seen until mid-April.
Senate Bill 345 would making hunting and trapping on private property legal, given the consent of the landowner.
The coalition is holding a breakfast with lawmakers Thursday morning at the Capitol.
First National Bank of Williamson will forfeit $1.36 million, announced U.S. Attorney Carol Casto.
"I get to Hillsboro and all of a sudden there are street signs and roadwork signs being blown across the road, tree limbs just falling everywhere."
Bill now goes to state Senate.
Legislative leaders say they'll have a budget way earlier than usual.
A look at Martinsburg's 70-45 win over Jefferson in girls high school basketball regional action.
System hit hard by heavy winds Wednesday.
The final release of the boys high school basketball MetroNews Power Index, presented by AARP, for 2017.
Storms create a trail of problems from Ohio River to the mountains in West Virginia
Two ambitious entrepreneurs think a blast from the past could be a hit in the West Virginia coalfields.
Andy Richardson has not announced a campaign, but says he's interested in the job.
ACLU of West Virginia and Council on American-Islamic Relations now requesting more information about how school, Raleigh County school system handles discrimination.
The bill would allow for a substance abuse recovery fund in West Virginia.
Nitro woman describes the storm which ripped through the Nitro Industrial Park Wednesday morning.
The Gold & Blue Lunch Report: Kentucky receiver checked out Morgantown last month and is slated to visit Norman this week.
At times, the West Virginia Democrat was the only Democrat standing to applaud during Trump's Tuesday address to a joint session of Congress.
According to the organizations, Woodrow Wilson High School senior Ishaq Jafary says he was harassed by students and a teacher because of his religion.