Participants in Women’s March crowd south side of state Capitol grounds

CHARLESTON, W.Va¬†— Hundreds of women and supporters jammed the south side of the state capitol grounds in Charleston Saturday afternoon for the Women’s March rally... Full Story »

DEP keeping close eye on Marshall County impoundment

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Blackwater spills into Fish Creek. Full Story »

Warner claims he wants secretary of state feud to be over

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Secretary of State Mac Warner issued public statements accusing Natalie Tennant of hindering administration transition. Full Story »

Wanted Clay County man in custody

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Craig Holcomb wanted in connection with shooting death. Full Story »

Trump will be fine, predicts presidential biographer in W.Va.

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Jean Edward Smith is the author of biographies of Grant, Franklin Roosevelt, Eisenhower and George W. Bush. Full Story »

Kanawha BOE approves contract to start building process

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PCS&manage will provide construction management services for two new schools that will replace Clendenin Elementary School and Herbert Hoover High School. Full Story »

AFT hosts public education unity events at W.Va. schools

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More than a dozen schools in West Virginia hosted education events Thursday. Full Story »

Donald Trump becomes 45th President; West Virginians react this Inauguration Day

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Trump takes oath of office Friday at U.S. Capitol. Full Story »

Huntington files lawsuit against drug distributors

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The city is seeking reimbursement for public safety expenses tied to drug epidemic. Full Story »

Roane County Commission names interim sheriff, accepts Williams’ resignation

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Roane County Chief Deputy Todd Cole will serve as the interim sheriff through Feb. 9. Full Story »

Huntington budget deficit could result in police, fire department cuts

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The deficit is because of increasing health care costs, unexpected pension costs and department overspending, said Mayor Steve Williams. Full Story »

Frequent inaugural attender looking for “healing tone” from Trump

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Shepherd University's Ray Smock says festivities surrounding the peaceful transition of power are very important. Full Story »

Warner claims Tennant sabotaged transition; she’s astounded by accusations

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The new Secretary of State is doubling down on the war of words between his office and his predecessor. Really doubling down.... Full Story »

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