Madison Creek Causeway at Neibert and Lyburn, W.Va.  washed away in Wednesday's high water. See video from resident Deanna Hurley Blair below.

Weather to get worse before it gets better

Water problems are statewide and forecasters say more rain is coming with snow and ice behind it. River flood warnings are now up.  Full Story & Video »



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