Chris Lawrence

Yesterday March 26, 2015

MVB opens Charleston branch with high technology

New location features the most state of the art banking

Wednesday March 25, 2015

Turnpike crash victims had just returned from Disney

Fatal accident victim was a native of Kanawha County and was headed home after a week's vacation in Florida and West Virginia

Time on task may not be enough

There are mixed signals from the state Board of Education on whether banked time in the classroom will be allowed for making up missed days for weather.

Tuesday March 24, 2015

New-look Cass Railroad nearing start-up

West Virginia Rail Authority now in charge.

Monday March 23, 2015

Freedom Industries admits to wrongdoing

U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin says company did a poor job at tank farm site.

Tennessee woman killed in wrong-way crash on Turnpike

State Police say driver headed in wrong direction may be wanted in Pennsylvania.

State superintendent ready to hash out Common Core

Dr. Michael Martirano vowed to help explain and repair any problems with Common Core and says he's ready to start the process.

Session ends with few solutions to guard pay

Secretary says issues are deeper than even pay as they struggle for a solution

Saturday March 21, 2015

Second body found in Ohio River

Latest discovery on the Ohio shore across from Brooke County.

Missing woman found, mother charged

Deputies say mother inexplicably allowed search to continue for 18 hours while knowing her daughter's whereabouts

Friday March 20, 2015

Second murder investigation in Huntington

Second murder in as many days in Huntington. Police say crimes are not connected.

Thursday March 19, 2015

Former Ag Commissioner Gus Douglass dead at 88

Douglass was the nation's longest serving Agriculture Commissioner in a career which spanned parts of six decades.

Posted pictures of illegal trout lead to citations

Adding pictures of illegally caught fish leads to citations against two teens in Greenbrier County

Wednesday March 18, 2015

A life lived in the woods

At age 80, Ed Hurst of Parkersburg still sparkles when the conversation turns to turkey hunting

Search continues for alleged shooter in Bluefield death

Police believe shooting suspect may flee West Virginia for New York City

Tuesday March 17, 2015

Church members lean on one another

Members of Keystone Apostolic Church lean on faith and each other after hillside destroyed their sanctuary and buildings.

Questions surround Hancock County murder

One man shot, but police are having a hard time sorting through witness statements.

Monday March 16, 2015

Charleston hillside appears stable

No more slippage over the weekend, engineers now shift from an emergency to a recovery and begin to consider how to rebuild a fallen hillside.

Mountaineer Food Bank finding a way forward

New board of directors says they're able to keep the doors open, but there's a lot of work to do and fences to mend.

Saturday March 14, 2015

No additional slippage at Yeager Airport site

Crews keeping a wary eye on hillside above Elk Two Mile Creek fearing the worst as rain continues to fall

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