Hail Storm Strikes Southern WV

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A hail storm struck southern West Virginia Monday afternoon, pummeling homes, businesses and vehicles with pellets of ice. Full Story & Video »



Southern W.Va. braces for more storms

5 hours ago by in News

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

Much of W.Va. facing more high water

6 hours ago by in News

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

12 hours ago by in News

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

17 hours ago by in News

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 »

Shepherdstown could see brunch bill enacted early

17 hours ago by in News

Through the Municipal Home Rule Pilot Project, city could enact an ordinance to make the change for businesses within the city limits. Full Story »

Millennials among those in Sunday Clinton crowd

21 hours ago by

College debt, action plans at the top of their list. Full Story »

Clinton campaign visits to West Virginia met with mixed reviews

6 hours ago by in News

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

17 hours ago by in News

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

International Pageants to move annual final competitions from Florida to Charleston

17 hours ago by in News

Competitions will be held at the Clay Center and Culture Center in August 2017. Full Story »

AEP introduces power saving plan while offering customer incentive

17 hours ago by in News

AEP Spokesman Phil Moye said the Residential Peak Reduction Program will save customers money and save the company power. Full Story »

Heavy rain leads to high water in parts of southern West Virginia

21 hours ago by in News

Storms on Sunday evening could pack enough rain for more flash flooding in problem areas, according to National Weather Service. Full Story »

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