Prior to Mayor Steve Williams giving his speech, the Hunting City Council voted in favor of using the city's rainy day fund to cut its budget deficit from from $2.2 million to a projected $122,000.
Christa Romaine Collier's body was found in an abandoned building in September 2014.
Allan McVey currently serves as the vice president and agency manager for BB&T-Carson Insurance Services in Charleston.
Chief justice says money may be better used in executive branch.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia Board of Education member Beverly Kingery resigned from the board Monday in a letter to Gov. Jim Justice, though she...
The wreck happened around 11:00 Tuesday morning on Country Route 83/1.
INSTITUTE, W.Va. – A new methanol plant in Institute drew concern from citizens at a meeting Monday night at West Virginia State University. The founders...
If the proposal was approved, the city's budget deficit would have gone from $2.2 million to more than $120,00.
Jody Ladd Dellenback, 30, previously pled guilty to running away from authorities following an examination at Raleigh General Hospital n August 2016.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) was in Charleston Sunday night to promote his book, "Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In."
The crash was reported around 11:30 Saturday night.
Jonathan Jones, 29, of Oak Hill, was accused of serving as an accessory to a March 2014 fire that resulted in the deaths of two women.
Todd Cole has more than 30 years of experience with the Roane County Sheriff's Department.
Kansas-based KVC Health Systems is looking into using the property as an institution for foster children.
The shooting happened in Charleston’s West Side district around 6:20 p.m.
William Pulliam, 62, of Charleston, is a suspect in the shooting death of 15-year-old James Means.
Gov. Jim Justice's office will award Toni Poling with a new Toyota and a check from Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield West Virginia.
The neighborhood, Faith Villas, will contain 10 new homes.
Charleston lawyer Ben Salango fills a seat that was opened when former Commissioner Dave Hardy resigned.
The DHHR will not move forward with a new eligibility system, and the Tax Department will stop sending 1099 forms to taxpayers.