April 20, 2017

Grant County gun manufacturer may blaze trail to Sugar Grove

"We're actually going to be moving out there and expanding our facility."

One person dead after Kanawha County crash

The accident happened around 3:30 p.m. on MacCorkle Avenue in the Jefferson area.

Armstead on Justice budget proposal: nope

House Speaker objects to tax increases.

Non-profit worker gets 54 months for embezzlement, tax evasion

Kim Cooper, 55, of St. Albans, served as the office manager for Mountain State Justice.

Manchin, others to hold job fair Friday in Huntington

The Huntington Job and Resource Fair will be Friday at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena.

$6 million in funding announced for southern W.Va. projects

Third District Congressman Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) announced a series of grants Thursday at the Robert C. Byrd Institute in Huntington.

W.Va. inmate gets 40 years for prison stabbing death

Stephen Branscome was sentenced Thursday.

Pendleton County sheriff: Fleeing suspect shot after ramming cruisers, attempting to hit officers with vehicle

The suspect was wanted for a probation violation in Rockingham County, Virginia.

Medical marijuana legalization process could take two years

The new law gives oversight to the Bureau for Public Health.

Charleston police hope to close in on those who fired 30-plus shots

Detectives believe they've identified intended target.

More than 300 students learn about environment at DEP’s Earth Day

There were 13 exhibits at Charleston's Clay Center Thursday.

HS softball gallery: Morgantown 4, Wheeling Central 3

Morgantown defeated Class A defending state champion Wheeling Central 4-3 in high school softball action.

Suddenlink to close Parkersburg call center

Call volume has decreased by 20 percent.

Cleveland shooting suspect gambled at Hancock County casino days before shooting

Steve Stephens was at the casino Friday and used his club card.

Manchin talks with miners about pension, health care funding

The Miners Protection Act is set to expire on April 28. which could leave more than 22,000 coal miners and widows without coverage or retirement payments.

SoS Mac Warner, clerks purge voters rolls in WV

Secretary of State Mac Warner released some stunning figures this week during an appearance on MetroNews Talkline; the names of 47,490 outdated and ineligible voters...

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