Date complications with WVU and the West Virginia Black Bears force Monongalia County Ballpark out of the baseball state tournament picture.
After U.S. Senate Republican leaders unveiled the latest version of its health care bill Thursday, Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., said she is reviewing the measure.
The man was found unresponsive on Wyoming Street. Officers said he passed away from a possible heart attack or heat stroke.
Nathaniel Wegman attacked Trooper First Class J.J. Cornelius, who was attempting to take Wegman into custody.
Four new tax liens filed in Kanawha County since spring.
The West Virginia National Guard has assisted the Boy Scout Jamboree since 1931.
Yeager Airport announced Thursday it has settled with Triad Engineering for $900,000.
Project calls for ADA compliance and also preservation of historic architecture.
Timothy R. Parsons, 43, faces an additional 10 to 40 years in prison in the stabbing death of 66-year-old Eugene Anderson.
Keith Jones, 61, shot and killed Joe Williams, 34, in Rand back in Sept. 2016.
Florida woman is able to personally thank the West Virginia firefighter who jumped into action and saved her life after a car wreck in Massachusetts.
Excessive rainfall possible through Friday evening.
Senate race already shaping up to be competitive, costly.
Montgomery Mayor says if local student are forced to attend Riverside High, he favors a boundary adjustment to make Montgomery fully a Kanawha County municipality
But here's the thing: West Virginia has outperformed its preseason forecast for three straight years.
CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — A man wanted for murder in Arkansas is in custody after being apprehended Thursday by multiple law enforcement agencies in Clarksburg. Curtis Dorsey,...
Access to Kanawha County shopping area, cut off in 2016 flood, closer to reopening.
Between beating defensive shifts and embracing fatherhood, the former Mountaineers star joined MetroNews in studio during the All-Star break.
Former Massey owner says he wants to get the truth out about 2010 UBB tragedy.
Harrison County Commission approved two rate increases during Wednesday's Commission meeting. The first, a 26 percent sewage rate increase for customers of the Greater Harrison Public Service District. The other approved increase is for the landline fees of Harrison/Taylor 911.