May 2, 2019

Turnpike work to close certain ramps next week

Work is scheduled to take place in Mercer and Kanawha counties.

Person dead in US 119 crash

The crash happened after 8:30 a.m. near the Huddle House exit.

Appalachian Power customers lose power following storms

Areas that lost power include Milton and Ona, Tornado and parts of Mingo County.

College baseball’s top two aces set to duel at Mon County Ballpark

The top two pitching prospects in the upcoming MLB Draft will go head-to-head when West Virginia's Alek Manoah takes on TCU's Nick Lodolo Friday night.

Federal subpoena asks for Justice’s tax records, including W.Va. debt settlement

This is the second subpoena to a West Virginia agency to be revealed.

Hussey tosses 3-hitter as South collects quality win over Pt. Pleasant

WVU commit Grant Hussey tosses a gem as South's last season surge continues.

West Virginia defensive lineman Tyrese Allen enters transfer portal

A second West Virginia football player has entered the transfer portal this week.

Man dead in Kanawha County shooting

State troopers investigating.

State leaders react to $37 million settlement with McKesson

Manchin calls settlement sweatheart deal; Justice, Morrisey disagree

Thrasher, now running for governor, addresses long-term flood relief problems

Thrasher talks about flood relief for the first time since being ousted as Commerce Secretary.

National Day of Prayer participants pray for influential leaders across the country

Gatherers say they know how much the nation needs prayer.

Justice: Revenue collections top estimates in April by $53.6 million

Strong income tax collections credited for banner month.

Body found in Jefferson County field

The body has been sent to the state Medical Examiner.

Lawsuits claim abuse and mistreatment of pre-school children in Mercer County

Three separate suits filed in Princeton allege a teacher was abusive toward her students, some of whom were special needs children, and county school officials retaliated against those who reported the incidents

Charter schools to likely be revisited during upcoming special session

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — Though heavily disputed during this year’s regular legislative session, the topic of charter schools will likely be back on the table when the West...

Federal judge sides with Rockwool on land dispute with Jefferson BOE

Chief U.S. District Judge Gina Groh denied the BOE's motion to to dismiss Rockwool's suit.

After shattering state discus record, Hampshire’s Hicks hopes for strong ending

Senior recently set mark at Spring Mills' Cardinal Classic.

WVU Police charge student for making terroristic threats

Student was taken into custody on Wednesday night.

Latest Newscasts