Chris Lawrence

Friday July 31, 2015

Petition seeks to put Sunday hunting on Kanawha County ballot

Push is on to get 7,000 certified signatures in state's largest county.

Sheetz looks for the best W.Va. pepperoni roll

Sheetz officials says they are happy to act on customer feedback. Unclear what baker will produce the product for W.Va. stores.

Thursday July 30, 2015

Riding for those who can’t

Members of Pi Kappa Phi travel through West Virginia on the Journey of Hope, a cross country bike trek to raise money and awareness of those with disabilities.

Wednesday July 29, 2015

Putnam targets adult-sanctioned teen drinking parties

New ordinance seeks to stop adults from hosting parties where drugs and alcohol are knowingly present for underage guests

Tuesday July 28, 2015

Columbine principal to address Safe Schools Summit in W.Va.

Frank DeAngelis today recalls the Columbine tragedy, but only as a part of his larger message of building a community of hope.

Power costs, aluminum pricing sink Century plant

Century spokesman explains difficult decision to pull the plug on Ravenswood plant

Monday July 27, 2015

Golf course may become farm land

Potential buyer for Kanawha County course wants the land for his cattle operation.

Police investigate Huntington teen’s death

Relatives between Jeffrey Wright, 16, may have been killed back on Thursday and not found until Saturday

Friday July 24, 2015

West Virginia prepares for inaugural crossbow hunting season

New hunting method gives birth to the West Virginia Crossbow Hunters' Association

Fawn causes a stir on my street

Everybody's concern for young deer's well being may be what ultimately brings about its demise.

Thursday July 23, 2015

Deadline for lottery permits draws near

Five different permits will require a lottery drawn for W.Va. hunters in 2015.

Investigation underway into apparent murder in Fayette County

Discovery of meth lab complicates investigation in Pax community

Wednesday July 22, 2015

Civilian stands ready to defend W.Va. recruiting center

Kanawha County man stands guard against any threats to Charleston recruiting center in hopes of proving a point.

Sunday July 19, 2015

Regional Jail spokesman further explains iPad possibility

Units are built specifically for prison population.

Thursday July 16, 2015

Lakes slowly recover from three rounds of storms

Recreational facilities take the brunt of high water on Corps of Engineer Lakes in West Virginia

Wednesday July 15, 2015

Putnam County Fair restarts after flood

Fair hopes things are back on track after high water shuts down one day of activities

Fire hall flooded while members saved lives

Members of one Lincoln County VFD forced to abandoned their station to flooding as they raced to help others who were trapped

Sunshine returning, but high water still risky

If you're weekend plans include fishing or any outing near the water, be aware of the dangers.

Tuesday July 14, 2015

Dams can only do so much

A lot of water being stored in state's lakes, but when the rain falls downstream, the Corps can't do much to help

Monday July 13, 2015

Wood County ethane cracker plan project still moving ahead

Burdette remains optimistic about plant's chances.

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