May 11, 2017

Dixon tosses no-hitter in tourney opener

Jordan Dixon threw her third no-hitter as Marshall defeated WKU to start the C-USA Tourney.

Manchin, Capito among group to introduce miners’ pension bill

The Miners Pension Protection Act, which would transfer excess funds from the Abandoned Mine Land fund to fund the 1974 Pension Plan.

More than 1,800 without power in Kanawha County

According to Appalachian Power, the outage is because a tree came into contact with power lines.

Budget talks hit rough water on numbers

Legislature set to return to special session Monday.

GOP Senator Capito: Trump’s handling of Comey firing ‘clumsy’

Senator not ready to call for special prosecutor.

Sissonville man ID’d in deadly motorcycle crash

Dallas Franklin Call Jr. , 24, of Sissonville, was killed in the Wednesday wreck.

Field for W.Va. congressional race is already getting crowded

Jenkins' departure to run for U.S. Senate creates opening.

Missing Fayette County mother, son found in Georgia

Both Angela Perry and Bobby Perry are reportedly safe and in good health.

Poca High student dies from injuries suffered in truck wreck

Classmates of 17-year-old Will Smith held a spirit week in hopes he might recover.

Coalfields and southern mountains could see flash flooding

Severe weather carries potential of flash flooding Thursday into Friday in southern half of West Virginia

Sessions says prevention key in drug fight

U.S. Attorney General speaks at DEA 360 Summit in Charleston.

Blankenship: Lessons of UBB have not been learned

After his release from prison, the former Massey Energy CEO said he planned to "shake loose the truth" on the 2010 explosion that killed 29 coal miners.

Revised report, same conclusions on Freedom Industries spill

Chemical Safety Board issues revised report after concerns in original raised questions from the community.

Dante Stills gets ‘cold chills’ watching dad’s sacks from 20 years ago

The Gold & Blue Lunch Report: Which schools are giving West Virginia competition for the state's top prospect in more than a decade?

State Supreme Court stops just short of changing WV hate crime law

Court opinions are often dry reads, but page four of State Supreme Court Chief Justice Allen Loughry’s majority opinion in State v. Steward Butler is...

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