There is no word on the fire's origin.
At this time, it's unclear the precise quantity of each substance seized by police.
S.B. 181 was sent to the Senate Education Committee on February 8, but the Committee hasn't yet heard the bill.
The County has been recommending residents prepare for 72 hours when events like Wednesday's pop up.
"How bad's it going to get?" he asked. "They have no plan."
"I get to Hillsboro and all of a sudden there are street signs and roadwork signs being blown across the road, tree limbs just falling everywhere."
The now 13-year-old alleged victim came forward in August to interview with the Child Advocacy Center.
Meeting held Tuesday night.
Police then found needles and drug paraphernalia in the damaged vehicle upon arrival.
"It's not just a theater," Goings said.
The suspect escaped with two laptop computers and a 55'' TV, which was mounted on the wall in the cafeteria.
The flu season is expected to continue into March.
Board chairman went urged fellow board members to help following June 23 flood.
Crane isn't just a talented musician plucking a few guitar strings.
This project will be the first historical record of "Nashville Sound."
The Board of Education's vote was unanimous.
"That happens because addiction is a shame-based disease."
"It's not only that hoax bomb threats are a crime within themselves if the individuals are identified," Raffety said.
"It's disturbing," ACLU of West Virginia Executive Director Joseph Cohen said.
"It's a pretty wonderful day when the Governor of West Virginia says that he sees the future and it's bright for Richwood," Baber said.