Authorities say Kanawha County K-9 Max did his job well Wednesday.

K-9 unit tracks down alleged robber

Tracking went down roads, through creeks in snow and sub-freezing temperatures. Full Story »



Supreme Court issues stay on Clean Power Plan, siding with coalition of states

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5-4 decision was reached by the Court Tuesday, freezing a plan that aims to reduce emissions from coal-fired power plants. Full Story »

New domestic violence support group in Harrison County hopes to save lives

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Councilor Amy Snider said it's important that victims know that support does exist Full Story »

State retirees hope to make impact with lawmakers Thursday

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CORPE hosts annual event. Full Story »

Legislature backs way from planned sale of state hospitals

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Legislature has backed away from a plan that called for the state to sell four state hospitals and long-term care facilities.  The decision... Full Story »

Senate passes welfare recipients drug testing bill

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Bipartisan support sends bill to House. Full Story »

Latest FCC report says W.Va. broadband access improving

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Access increased from 40 percent in 2013 to 70 percent in 2014. Full Story »

English language bill advances in House

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The House Judiciary Committee has approved and sent the floor a bill requiring state business to be conducted in English. HB 3019... Full Story »

Deer meat now being sold in W.Va. stores, restaurants

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Safari Meats began making deliveries this week following last year's passage of the deer farming bill. Full Story »

14 charged in drug trafficking operation from Detroit to Morgantown

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Authorities say the operation involved heroin. Full Story »

Turnpike toll-keeping bill moves forward in state senate

23 hours ago by in News

Beach amendment would benefit turnpike counties. Full Story »

Sunday hunting is an issue again at the legislature

1 day ago by in News, Outdoors

Two sides appear dug in again on the matter of Sunday hunting, but observers believe support seems to be there if legislation can find its way out of committee. Full Story »

Bill banning second trimester abortion procedure could start moving this week

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Members of the Senate Health and Human Resources Committee are scheduled to take it up as early as Thursday. Full Story »

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