Laid-off coal miner Bo Copley, left, gets the attention of Hillary Clinton during Monday's roundtable discussion in Williamson.

Laid-off miner quizzes Hillary Clinton on coal comments

Democratic presidential frontrunner says she won't "over-promise" coalfield communities but promises to "work my heart out for you." Full Story & Video »

Clinton greeted with ‘boos’ during Williamson visit

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Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton joined a round table discussion at the Williamson Health and Wellness Center Monday afternoon. Full Story »

Morgantown police search Mon River for Harrison Co. man

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Steven Tomasic, 35 of Lost Creek, had not been seen since Thursday, April 28. He was reported missing Monday, May 2. Full Story »

More doctors may decide to stop treating Medicaid patients

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Medicaid expansion, state budget problems not a good combination. Full Story »

Clinton campaign visits to West Virginia met with mixed reviews

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The president of the West Virginia Coal Association said on Monday's MetroNews "Talkline" a Huntington attorney may be a better presidential choice for Democrats. Full Story »

Manchin says Hillary Clinton still best answer for southern coalfields

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Senator says he wasn't surprised by reception in Logan County. Full Story »

Mooney, Savitt gearing up for GOP primary battle in 2nd District

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The winner of the race will take on whoever emerges from a crowded Democrat slate in the November general election. Full Story »

New U.S. citizens look to cast their votes this fall

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About 60 people were naturalized during a Monday ceremony at the federal courthouse in Charleston. Full Story »

Claims high after Taylor County hail storm

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State Farm says Grafton storm has tripled the normal auto claims for hail damage for the entire state in a full year's time Full Story »

Southern W.Va. braces for more storms

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Wyoming County knows the danger when the term "training" enters the forecast. Full Story »

Much of W.Va. facing more high water

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Forecasters say parts of the state could see training storms which could put down a lot of rain in a concentrated area and cause problems. Full Story »

MetroNews Presidential Preview: Senator Bernie Sanders

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Sanders's message has focused mostly on economics and social justice--placing him far to the left of Hillary Clinton Full Story »

DHHR: W.Va. teen birth rate still high, but slowly declining

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A 2013-2014 report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 38.3 percent of West Virginia teens have given birth. Full Story »

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