Chris Lawrence

Yesterday December 19, 2014

White Christmas for West Virginia? Meteorolgists say maybe

Meteorologists keeping their eye on approaching system.

Marshall president loved to watch Herd softball team

Coach responds to death of Stephen Kopp.

DNR Director Frank Jezioro to retire

Longest serving DNR Director in state history leaving office

Thursday December 18, 2014

85 and counting; some school districts putting dent into required 180 instructional days

Some counties get near half of schedule in before Christmas.

A helping hand in hard times

Grateful parents take home presents for their children provided by the Angel Tree

Wednesday December 17, 2014

University of Charleston announces new athletic facility

$5 million donation from Martha Gaines and Russell Wehrle Memorial Foundation will complete fundraising for unique facility

Charleston man killed by gunfire

Man shot dead on in front of his home, police seek suspect.

Tuesday December 16, 2014

West Virginia game developers enjoying success with new app

Whack-a-Claus popular at holiday time.

C-SPAN says Wheeling has story to tell

Network filming in West Virginia's northern panhandle.

Monday December 15, 2014

State lawmakers tour American Water plant

Lawmakers see updates made since the water contamination crisis of last January.

Sunday December 14, 2014

FAA approval next step for Yeager Airport solar project

Six bids received on the project last week.

Saturday December 13, 2014

Ice creates travel havoc in Capital City

Ice formed fast and crashes piled up rapidly. One woman was killed in accident possibly related to weather.

Friday December 12, 2014

Buck numbers crash in 2014

Harvest figures for 2014 buck season decline 34 percent from previous year

Win for foodie beneifts Cabell animal rescue

Celebrity Chef Katie Lee's win on chopped gives national exposure to Little Victories Animal Rescue along with a $10,000 boost.

Thursday December 11, 2014

Kanawha County tests new voting machines

County election officials believe new technology could save county thousands of dollars

Capito opposed to any government shutdown

Capito wants to try different approach to getting things done in Washington.

Wednesday December 10, 2014

Great need, great struggle

Salvation Army in Charleston says more than a third of this year's dependents sought help for the first time.

Although better, state’s overall health still needs work

W.Va. ranked 44th overall in health survey, but improvements are not found in areas which have been notoriously bad.

Tuesday December 9, 2014

Hunter’s big buck takes a plunge

A three year quest had a chilling conclusion for hunter in Randolph County

Latest storm will mainly impact eastern counties

New England states to get pounded with snow.

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