Justice again leads MetroNews West Virginia Poll

The last MetroNews West Virginia Poll before the primary election shows 18 percent of likely Democratic voters, including unaffiliated voters, are still undecided. Full Story »

Randolph County man sentenced for role in multi-state drug trafficking operation

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Chad workman received 97 months on Wednesday from a Money Laundering charge Full Story »

Over 5,800 pounds of prescription drugs collected on Take-Back Day

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Participating law enforcement agencies in West Virginia took in a total of 5,876 pounds from citizens and households around the state last Saturday. Full Story »

Shooting threat causes shutdown of Clay County Schools for rest of the week

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Classes are expected to resume Monday. Full Story »

Early voting numbers continue to rise less than a week before W.Va. Primary

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The last day to vote early in West Virginia is Saturday. Full Story »

Cole to introduce Trump at Thursday rally

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Republican presidential candidate says the two have similar goals. Full Story & Video »

Post-Clinton visit: Manchin says ‘doing what’s right’ for WV outweighs political risk

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Senator believes Clinton presidency gives state best chance to diversify its economy. Full Story & Video »

MetroNews Presidential Preview: Hillary Clinton

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To date, Hillary Clinton has won 24 of the 43 nominating contests--including 57.2 percent of all Democratic voters. Full Story »

Charleston prepares for Trump rally Thursday evening

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Presumptive GOP nominee holding 7 p.m. rally at Charleston Civic Center. Charleston PD prepares for security at event expected to draw over 15,000. Full Story »

Usually big revenue month doesn’t deliver this year

23 hours ago by in News

Collections missed estimates in April. Full Story »

W.Va. law enforcement officers learn leadership skills from N.J. fire chief

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Author Frank Viscuso was at the Charleston Civic Center Wednesday to talk about his book "Step Up and Lead." Full Story »

National prayer tour coming to W.Va.

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West Virginia will be 22nd stop on a 50-state tour to encourage Christians to pray for the nation and become engaged in the political process. Full Story »

School grades in West Virginia to start this fall

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Public comments on the proposed A-F grading system for all public schools continues through May 16. Full Story »

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