State foresters say they'll have fewer resources this year when battling forest fires.

With fire season straight ahead, foresters prepare for fewer resources

Agency may rely on Corrections, National Guard for backup; some fires may have to wait.  Full Story »



GOP Berkeley County sheriff candidate Orem has pre-trial hearing Wednesday

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John Orem is charged with a single misdemeanor count of drug possession. Full Story »

New operator has high hopes for Jackson County racetrack

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Jones has plans to revive the fan experience at I-77 Speedway in Fairplain Full Story »

Harrison County priest to donate ‘Millionaire’ winnings to St. Albans school

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Rev. Father Bill Matheny was a contestant on the TV game show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" Full Story »

DOH reports progress on flood damaged roads

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A major washout on Route 4 which closed the artery during the flood aftermath will reopen this week. Full Story »

Hospice Director: Not enough Americans prepared for end-of-life care

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Only 30 percent actually have made these decisions in advance. Full Story »

Candlelight vigil held at South Charleston’s Oakes Field for murder victim

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After a fight led to gunfire at the field early last Wednesday morning, 20-year-old Dylan Bailey was killed. The vigil was organized by his girlfriend, Amber Estep. Full Story »

Congress overrides Obama veto of Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act

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Families of 9/11 victims can now sue Saudi Arabia. Full Story »

U.S. Chemical Safety Board: Negligence caused 2014 chemical spill, water emergency

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Lead investigator hope report provides "comfort" to residents about the long term impact of MCHM. Full Story »

Lockout at Clarksburg glass processing plant to end next week

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Monday, September 26, marked the beginning of the eleventh week of the lockout. Full Story »

Liquor license suspended at Morgantown bar following shooting

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One man was injured when someone fired shots inside Mainstage Bar. Full Story »

National Hands-Only CPR Tour comes to West Virginia

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Free CPR training is being offered at stops in Kanawha County through Friday. Full Story »

D.C. federal appeals court hears oral arguments on controversial Clean Power Plan

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The CPP aims to reduce CO2 emissions from coal-fired power plants by over 30 percent by the year 2030. The U.S. Supreme Court issued a stay on the rule earlier this year. Full Story »

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