Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin provides an update on the Hobet development along with Gen. James Hoyer of the West Virginia National Guard and Keith Burdette, executive director of the West Virginia Development Office.

Hobet project gets new name and National Guard investment

Rock Creek Development Park will be new name for project. Full Story »

One killed in Jefferson County crash

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. — A Harpers Ferry man involved in a traffic accident Wednesday morning has died. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to... Full Story »

Judges’ questions dominate Blankenship appeal hearing

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Hearing dealt with whether Blankenship's actions constituted "willful disregard." Full Story »

Clay County Schools chooses new interim superintendent

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Joe Paxton, the current assistant superintendent, will start the new job in January. Full Story »

Jury selection to begin Friday in WV American Water case following 2014 chemical leak

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Lawyers for Eastman Chemical Company, the producer of the chemical MCHM, told a judge Wednesday a settlement has been reached. Full Story »

Candidates for state Auditor make final pitch

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2 Kanawha County residents vying for open seat. Full Story »

Appy Power adopts new emergency command structure

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Incident Command and Control will give a more rapid and streamlined flow of information from top company officials to linemen in the field during major outages Full Story »

Demolition work begins at former Fifth Quarter restaurant in Charleston

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The building was torn down Wednesday. Full Story »

Two dozen people face federal drug, gun charges for allegedly operating meth distribution ring

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The indictments were announced Wednesday by U.S. Attorney Bill Ihlenfeld. Full Story »

Jury finds Raleigh County man guilty of first degree murder, wanton endangerment

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A jury found Michael Stines guilty of murdering Christopher Ward in 2013. Full Story »

Study: Yeager Airport’s economic output $174 million annually

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Study says visiting passengers generate more than $50 million a year. Full Story »

Former student blasts bankrupt ITT: ‘We’ve been robbed’

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Virginia man shares his horror story as a former student of the now defunct ITT Technical Institute Full Story »

Jan. 2 is new goal for modular installations to temporarily replace flooded schools

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The five affected schools are in Nicholas County and Kanawha County. Full Story »

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