Former President Bill Clinton was greeted by a friendly crowd at the state capitol Sunday after a rough time in Logan.

Vocal crowd, protesters out for former President Bill Clinton’s Logan County event

Clinton greeted with mainly support at Sunday's second stop in Charleston.  Full Story »

International Pageants to move annual final competitions from Florida to Charleston

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

Fayette County man killed along Route 19

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Investigators say the driver of a tractor trailer tried to swerve to miss the man. Full Story »

A thousand health care workers needed in coming months

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WVU Medicine will host open interview Monday, May 2 in Morgantown. Full Story »

Gun goes off at children’s swimming lessons

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No injuries reported but charges expected. Full Story »

Teenager dies after Jackson County wreck

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Collision occurred Thursday night. Full Story »

Bridgeport woman arrested for operating a meth lab

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Lanie Hofer is currently being held in the North Central Regional Jail Full Story »

AEP introduces power saving plan while offering customer incentive

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

1 killed, 2 hurt in Interstate 81 wreck

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It happened on Sunday morning. Full Story »

Presidential candidates’ visits will highlight last week before May 10 vote

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Clintons will be first to address voters. Full Story »

West Virginia to pick up heavy rain

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Flash Flood Watch issued in most counties. Full Story »

Harrison County man accused of distributing crack cocaine

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The arrest was the result of an undercover buy operation Full Story »

Antero makes donation to United Way of Harrison County

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The $20,000 will go toward the organization's 2017 campaign Full Story »

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