Blue Ridge makes its mark on Panhandle progress

Community and technical college expands student population, partnerships. Full Story »



W.Va. foresters, firefighters leave to battle Rocky Mountain fires

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The wildfire has already spread across 110 square miles in California, threatening at least 1,500 homes. Full Story »

Federal agency cites Justice company for Feb. mine death

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Jason Kenneth Matthews, 43, of Bluefield, Virginia, died after falling while repairing a plate press. Full Story »

Bridgeport’s Nicewarner charged with attempting to seduce minor

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Joshua Daniel Nicewarner, 34, of Bridgeport, is charged with two felony counts of soliciting a minor via computer and use of obscene matter with intent to seduce a minor. Full Story »

Huntington man arrested for beating death

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Deland Steelman, 32, has been charged with first- and second-degree murder. Full Story »

Tillerson recognized at Jamboree for Scouting work

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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is a Distinguished Eagle Scout, Silver Buffalo Award recipient and served as national president from May 2010 to April 2012. Full Story »

Minor flooding in Marion County temporarily closes I-79

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A passing shower or thunderstorm remains possible Friday afternoon in the North Central region Full Story »

Lawyers representing Bluefield man in beating case ask for venue change

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Wayne Hartley, 44, of Bluefield, allegedly was involved in beating his mother, 81-year-old Patricia Hartley, at her Wythe Avenue home. Full Story »

Kanawha school system may face AC issues again when classes start

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HVAC not working properly in all buildings. Full Story »

Jack Rollins remembered one year later

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Lanterns and luminaries were lit in memory of Jack, with a special appearance from Spiderman, Jack's favorite superhero. Full Story »

Trump to visit Jamboree on Monday

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President Donald Trump serves as honorary president of the Boy Scouts of America, as his predecessors have dating back to the Boy Scouts of America's founding in 1910. Full Story »

Congressional delegates ask DeVos to reconsider higher education sanctions

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The U.S. Department of Education has notified schools of sanctions requiring them to provide financial aid payments to students first before seeking reimbursement payments. Full Story »

Only days remain for I-79 lane closure

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Department of Highways Communications Director Brent Walker says, weather pending, all lanes will reopen sometime between Tuesday and Friday. Full Story »

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