July 13, 2018

Sessions, Stuart announce new opioid program

Operation Synthetic Opioid Surge will be active in 10 districts nationwide, including the Southern District of West Virginia.

West Virginia Republican Party hosts annual summer meeting in Wheeling

Activities pertinent to the party's future will take place Saturday at the Oglebay Resort and Conference Center.

Seven homes now complete after two years of long-term flood recovery

Families still recovering two years after devastating floods.

Supreme Court says impeachment hearings have been a ‘fishing expedition’

Letter sent to delegates on second day of impeachment.

UPDATE: Fourth suspect turns himself in after fatal Beckley shooting

The incident happened the morning of July 9 at around 5.

Low water leads to lock restrictions on Ohio River

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says recreational boats will only be able to lock up or downstream on the even hours until water levels rise

Kanawha Country Public Library receives another $1.1 million

The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation pledged to give the library $1 million for renovations over the next ten years, and an anonymous donor gave $100,000.

Watch: Missy Smith on National Softball Coach of the Year award

Missy Smith joined the MetroNews 'Statewide Sportsline' to discuss being named the MaxPreps National Softball Coach of the Year.

Couple charged after death of 8-month-old girl

William Bowen, 33, and Chellbie Hudson, 25, of St. Albans remain in the South Central Regional Jail following being charged Thursday in the death of the baby.

Impeachment Day 2: Deputy administrator testifies about furniture moves

Delegates received a firm letter from the Supreme Court's interim administrator objecting to the scope of the impeachment proceedings.

Lange resigning from SBA

The resignation is because of changes made under executive director David Roach.

FEMA grants federal disaster assistance for early summer storms

Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Mineral, Morgan, and Pendleton counties were affected by flooding, landslides and other weather events.

WVU, HEPC clash

Long-simmering tensions between West Virginia University and the Higher Education Policy Commission (HEPC) have risen to a boil. The HEPC develops and oversees policies for...

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