WVAWC workers worked once again on Monday to repair the same 36-inch main that broke twice last week

WVAWC: Expect about a 24-hour repair for latest main break

Utility says less customers are impacted and they're better prepared for outage this time.  Full Story »

Suspects in Elkins drive-by shooting indicted by grand jury

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ELKINS, W.Va. — The case of three of the four men accused of shooting at a woman driving with her 2-year-old child will head to... Full Story »

Man arrested for kidnapping at Princeton hospital

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Police say man threatened nurse and forced truck driver to bring him to a cemetery. Full Story »

Supreme Court strikes down pollution rule; coal industry applauds action

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Justices say "cost of compliance" must be considered when making clean air rules. Full Story »

Prevailing wage repeal may have to be revisited, says original bill sponsor

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Sen. Craig Blair (R-Berkeley, 15) argued the current way WorkForce West Virginia is calculating the wage is not what lawmakers intended. Full Story »

State Superintendent says having test results earlier will be beneficial

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Martirano says having test results in August will be the earliest ever in West Virginia. Full Story »

West Virginia First Lady to move into role full-time

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Joanne Tomblin will retire this week from West Virginia Southern Community and Technical College. Full Story »

Tucker County woman convicted of fraudulently receiving VA benefits

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Dorothy Jones faces up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000 Full Story »

Charleston homeless shelters to receive toiletries from hotel employees, community members

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An Ohio based non-profit organization partnered with the Charleston Marriott Town Center to provide such items. Full Story »

Kanawha County Commission to intervene in water rate hike case

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The state Public Service Commission granted the commission's request on Friday. Full Story »

Third anniversary of Derecho

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The most destructive storm in the history of Appalachian Power history left more than 1.5 million without power for days. Full Story & Video »

State Police make changes to cover Nicholas County

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Changes already made in preparation for deputy layoffs amid county budget cuts. Full Story »

Republican senator: no quick fixes for state’s roads

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The chief concern for the Republican senator is money. He doesn't want to begin adding new revenues until he's certain that any inefficient spending has subsided. Full Story »

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