May 3, 2018

Body found in Ohio River identified

Dental records were used to identify the body as Joseph Herring, 37, of Martins Ferry, Ohio.

Man arrested for rolling meth lab

Jonathon Buzzo, previously of Princeton, was taken into custody after police conducted a traffic stop Thursday.

Hepatitis A cases growing in Kanawha, Putnam counties

The local outbreak is related to the national spread of the disease.

Paul stops in Huntington to support Morrisey

Meanwhile, fellow Republican candidate Don Blankenship is preparing another attack against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Rumble strips coming to I-64 construction zone

State Police superintendent says drivers need to be at full attention.

Charleston Homeless Task Force launches campaign to curb panhandling

The "Give Where It Belongs" campaign encourages people to donate to homeless service providers.

Backup receiver Roberson will transfer; SMU reportedly interested

A former three-star recruit from Desoto, Texas, he made six receptions for 30 yards with one touchdown last season.

Five doctors from opioid addiction clinics indicted

The five physicians, all with Redirections Treatment Advocates, LLC, are accused of unlawfully dispensing controlled substances at treatment facilities in WV and PA.

WV school board member resigns

Justice will name replacement.

‘Teddy Buckets’ transferring from West Virginia after mercurial freshman season

The Mountaineers small forward plans to transfer after a freshman season in which he frequently provided quality bench scoring but also spent time in the coaches' doghouse.

Hinton officials excited about tentative New River Train agreement

This year's train will run from Oct. 21-22 and Oct. 27-28.

House’s chief of staff files to run for vacant Kanawha circuit judge seat

The nonpartisan election to fill Judge Jim Stucky's term will be in November.

Law enforcement issues warning on counterfeiting scam

The pen most businesses use to check currency authenticity is failing because the paper stock is accurate.

No. 8 Hedgesville stays hot, adds 12th win in last 13 games

Hedgesville defeated No. 4 University 15-5 in five innings on Wednesday night, improving to 20-8 on the season.

Crews on scene of Taylor County structure fire

Dispatchers received the call at 6:40 a.m.

Division of Forestry investigating Marion County fire

Marion County 911 officials received a call shortly before 6 p.m. for a brush fire.

Congressional candidates aim to boost southern WV economy

Crowded primary field for open seat in 3rd Congressional District.

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