July 4, 2017

Davis Love IV eyes next-generation success at Greenbrier

Riddled by injuries, son of golf Hall of Famer preparing to make his second PGA tour start.

Case managers guide hundreds of W.Va. flood survivors toward help

About 1,000 on track for help so far. Probably 1,000 more to come.

Jefferson County senator reflects on budget vote

Patricia Rucker says she may have voted for the budget bill if she would have been given a chance to read it.

Lee found a girl … and rediscovered his game also

The defending Greenbrier Classic champion isn't lonely anymore and he's owns three top-10 finishes this season.

Jim Nantz prepares to tell WV flood recovery story

White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. — Veteran CBS Sports announcer Jim Nantz said he will be telling a different kind of story this weekend during...

Watson: Emotional flood aftermath made W.Va. feel like home

Two-time Masters champion and Greenbrier homeowner on 2016 catastrophe: “What an honor to know y’all and see y’all live through it."

Woman charged in five-vehicle crash in Harrison County

A woman was charged after a five-vehicle accident on Interstate 79 that sent six to the hospital last Thursday.

Cooler temps, rain may help with firefighting in Monongahela National Forest

The popular Seneca Rocks hiking trail, observation deck and climbing access points remained closed on Independence Day because of the fire.

Milton man killed in I-64 crash

Victim's car rear ended tractor trailer.

Fayette County man arrested on felony charge of elder abuse

The felony charge can carry not less than two years and up to ten years in prison.

Driver identified in Lewis County pursuit

A police pursuit along I-79 resulted in a single injury in Harrison County early Monday morning. Harrison County Sheriff's Department is continuing to investigate.

Happy Independence Day

(Editor’s note:  This is a commentary I wrote a few years ago and post every Independence Day.) John Adams’s letter to his wife Abigail was...

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