The elk reintroduction started four years ago and despite constant monitoring, the herd is starting to reach a level where it's tough to know numbers.
Sgt. William Friese of Parkersburg died this week while deployed to Kuwait in a non-combat related incident.
NWS says rainfall Monday will lead to lower humidity and overnight lows in the 50's by mid-week.
Chase Herndon made the find while shed hunting this week, but followed the law and instead of keeping it took state officials to the site so they could recovery it as part of the elk management program.
Local Boy Scouts in Charleston will help World Jamboree staff welcome scouts from more than 130 countries feel at home in West Virginia
Boone County authorities say they are starting to find people using wasp and hornet spray to find their next high
West Virginia National Guard will provide security and safety for the upcoming event in Fayette County.
Company says restructuring debt will help them take advantage of robust opportunities which currently exist.
County commission president says long-discussed service now available.
Coach Tom Wamsley of Tygarts Valley High School says it's not a case of private vs. public schools, but rather a matter of rural vs. urban schools. He says teams like his are at a great disadvantage simply by their location.
West Virginia University and WV DNR will partner on a project to get a closer look at the habits of these still largely unknown creatures which were brought back to our waters around 15 years ago.
Union leader says invitation isn't about who they will be for, but who is for them.
School club based on random acts of kindness is lauded by Reader's Digest.
Man arrested in connection with July 3 shooting death.
Dave Powell is hoping his skills beyond 100 yards with a bow will pay off this summer with a new ride.
Fire crews from Whitmer VFD found themselves with a hard trek just to get to neighboring communities to help during Sunday's high water
Forest Service works to have all facilities open for whats expected to be a lot of Fourth of July visitors
Don Smith of Harman, W.Va. sat for two hours on a hillside in the dark, to escape the rising water around his home along Horsecamp Run in Randolph County.
High mountain communities left devastated by sudden flash flood
Family is forced out of their tents and into the driving rain as a flash flood overtook their campsite and nearly swept them away in Sunday's training storm cells