Carrie Hodousek

Monday November 6, 2017

W.Va. bishop encourages churches to carry naloxone

Bishop Mike Klusmeyer says the opioid problem is everywhere including West Virginia's congregations.

Thursday November 2, 2017

Charleston man sentenced in connection with double shooting

Scott Breeden, 20, will spend five years in prison for shooting two people after a drug deal.

911 calls released from Kanawha ambulance hijacking

Scott Marshall, 40, of Charleston, was charged with robbing the ambulance on Halloween night.

Philanthropy WV leader receives national award from Secretary of State

Secretary Mac Warner presented the NASS-WV Award Thursday to Philanthropy West Virginia and its President & CEO Paul Daugherty.

Wednesday November 1, 2017

Changes being made to Kanawha’s home confinement program

Changes come after former officer Jacques Vance was sentenced to prison this week for accepting a bribe from a man under his supervision.

Patient drives off in ambulance, claims he was kidnapped

Scott Marshall, 40, was arrested and charged with second degree robbery.

Tuesday October 31, 2017

Former Kanawha home confinement officer gets prison time

Jacques Vance was sentenced Tuesday for accepting a bribe from a man under his supervision.

Public participation needed for internet speed test initiative

The West Virginia Broadband Enhancement Council says the test will provide levels of broadband service in the state.

Hoover band raises money to perform at Disney World parade

The high school band has been recovering its losses since the June 2016 flood.

Monday October 30, 2017

Putnam teacher receives 2017 Milken Educator of the Year Award in W.Va.

Erika Klose, teacher at Winfield Middle School, gets $25,000 award.

U.S. Attorney hopes declaration on opioid epidemic will bring additional resources to W.Va.

President Donald Trump declared a national public health emergency on the opioid epidemic last week.

Saturday October 28, 2017

WV Lottery to end Hot Lotto, change Mega Millions games

Changes start Saturday.

Thursday October 26, 2017

More than 60 law enforcement officers, victim’s advocates honored in Charleston

The U.S Attorney's Office for the Southern District of West Virginia hosted the 2017 Law Enforcement and Victim Assistance Awards Ceremony Thursday.

Cooper: Charleston murder victim was ‘high risk’

Detectives working around the clock to solve homicide.

Wednesday October 25, 2017

UPDATE: Police identify body found in Charleston

A passerby spotted the body of 20-year-old Crystal Marie Young after stopping on the side of the road to use their cell phone.

BridgeValley settles rent dispute with Tech Park, reaches new lease agreement

School avoids eviction by agreeing to pay back nearly $1.7 million.

DOT unveils West Virginia Fallen Worker Memorial

The memorial now sits at the the Interstate 77 Welcome Center in Wood County.

Tuesday October 24, 2017

Founder of Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition dies

Dianne Bady founded the environmental and social justice organization in 1987.

Monday October 23, 2017

Judge sets new trial date for Charleston murder case

Trial for William Pulliam will start Jan. 29.

Ronald McDonald House marks one year in Charleston

More than 350 families have been served at the new house.

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