Double fatal crash on Interstate 79; DOH worker killed

It happened near Clendenin Tuesday afternoon. Full Story »



Harm Reduction Workshop held at University of Charleston

18 hours ago by in News

Participants spoke with professors from Johns Hopkins and the National Harm Reduction Coalition. Full Story »

Justice schedules road bond election, signs Parkways bill into law

20 hours ago by in News

Voters will go to the polls Oct. 7. Full Story »

Kanawha County charter bus company sued by attorney general

21 hours ago by in News

The lawsuit seeks full refunds for two canceled school field trips and the permanent closure of Cav's Coach Company. Full Story »

More than 1,000 to participate in Girl Scout Jamboree this week in Fayette County

23 hours ago by in News

Event runs from Wednesday through Sunday at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve. Full Story »

Oak Hill man dies after shots exchanged in Fayette County

1 day ago by in News

Prosecutor says information will be presented to grand jury. Full Story »

Protest on US Senate health care bill held outside Capito’s Charleston office

1 day ago by in News

More than 75 people chanted and held signs, as six others went inside Capito's Charleston office with a banner. Full Story »

Logan County man faces DUI charges after investigators find woman’s body

19 hours ago by in News

Paul Fleming, 64, of Garret's Fork, was charged with DUI causing death. Full Story »

Education reform starting to pay off for WV

20 hours ago by in News

An increase in students passing entry level classes is a good sign for college retention rates. Full Story »

West Virginia cancer survivor tells her story on Capitol Hill

22 hours ago by in News

Mina Schultz was in Washington, D.C. Tuesday with the American Cancer Society's Cancer Action Network to meet with West Virginia's U.S. senators. Full Story »

West Virginians join thousands of others in Boston for NEA meeting

23 hours ago by in News

West Virginia Education Association President Dale Lee is attending this week's National Education Association Annual Meeting and Representative Assembly in Boston. Full Story »

Justice to sign tolling legislation as national report highlights concerns

1 day ago by in News

Senate Bill 1003 allows for tolling on new roads, new bridges or existing roads that are widened. Collected funds will go toward issuing new road building bonds. Full Story »

Copley makes formal US Senate bid announcement

2 days ago by in News

Former coal miner Bo Copley announced Monday he is aiming to challenge U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., in 2018. Full Story »

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