Carrie Hodousek

Monday July 17, 2017

W.Va. airports receive federal funds for terminal, runway repairs

More than $11.6 million in federal funding will go to Yeager Airport in Charleston and Tri-State Airport in Huntington.

Sergent to challenge Mooney for House seat

Former state director for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign announces run for Congress.

Friday July 14, 2017

W.Va. Division of Culture & History to celebrate 40th anniversary

Presentations planned at state Culture Center in Charleston Saturday.

Thursday July 13, 2017

Settlement reached between Yeager, engineering firm in connection with hillside collapse

Yeager Airport announced Thursday it has settled with Triad Engineering for $900,000.

Man sentenced to 30 years for Kanawha County murder

Keith Jones, 61, shot and killed Joe Williams, 34, in Rand back in Sept. 2016.

Wednesday July 12, 2017

Jackson murder trial enters second day of testimony

Tremaine Jackson, 25, is on trial for a second time in connection with the shooting death of Bryan Rogers, 29, in 2015.

Tuesday July 11, 2017

New conductor ready to lead WV Symphony Orchestra

Lawrence Loh began the job July 1, replacing Maestro Grant Cooper.

Monday July 10, 2017

KCHD uses new device to dispose used needles

Needles collected from the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department's harm reduction program are disposed through the Sterilis device.

Appalachian Power to rely half on coal, half on other forms of energy by 2031

Company president says they want to further diversify their energy portfolio to attract more business to West Virginia.

Second Chance for Employment Act takes effect in West Virginia

The law allows non-violent felons to petition the court to have their sentences reduced to misdemeanors.

Friday July 7, 2017

Job fair to be held for Elkview Crossings Mall businesses

Businesses were forced to shutdown after 2016 flood washed out the access bridge to the mall.

Man charged in several counties for soliciting a minor

Tyler Holstein, 23, is accused of luring a girl to a Charleston hotel after sending her nearly 100 explicit photos.

Thursday July 6, 2017

Wendy’s reopens in downtown Charleston

The restaurant across from the Civic Center greets customers Thursday.

Emmaleigh’s Law takes effect

The law, named after Emmaleigh Barringer, doubles the penalty for a person convicted of child abuse causing death.

Charleston featured in Washington Post article

Article highlights places to go, eat, shop, stay and explore.

Wednesday July 5, 2017

Jenkins: US, China should put pressure on North Korea to stop missile tests

Congressman discusses latest missile launched Tuesday.

Health care advocates put pressure on Capito during Charleston rally

Tax March held on State Capitol steps Wednesday in connection with the Senate health care plan.

Renovation of Building 3 nears completion

Building is set to reopen in August.

Monday July 3, 2017

Fourth of July parade returns to Alderson after 2016 flood

Parade begins at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

Florida man stops in West Virginia to spread awareness about diabetes

Neville Lee travels for the 2 Wheels, 1 Cause organization.

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