Chris Lawrence

Today April 29, 2016

Fishing with shiners can yield big results

Using a bobber and live bait wasn't at all what I thought it would be on the waters of one of America's best bass fisheries.

Yesterday April 28, 2016

Two dead in early morning robbery in Princeton

Suspect takes his own life after fatally wounding clerk at Mercer County convenience store.

Wednesday April 27, 2016

Marshall tandem qualifies for FLW College Fishing Championship

Two members of upstart Marshall University Fishing Team record top 10 finish in FLW College event in Virginia.

Huntington makes its pitch in ABC competition

Mayor Steve Williams presents four bold projects he believes will transform his city into America's Best Community.

Tuesday April 26, 2016

AIG pays on some of Yeager Airport claims

Airport recovers $700,000 in expenses paid in response to the runway slide, only a fraction of their total expenses after the incident.

Monday April 25, 2016

Family of deceased inmate question jail staff’s actions

Family claims death of inmate at South Central Regional Jail was preventable, but staff was negligent.

Saturday April 23, 2016

Kayak fishing explodes in popularity in W.Va.

Small boats are putting anglers on big fish in some out of the way West Virginia waters

Thursday April 21, 2016

Chamber president still likes non-partisan judicial elections

Darrel McGraw, a chief rival of the state Chamber of Commerce, could benefit most from the non-partisan election which the Chamber fought to change.

Budget battle becomes more complicated

State lawmakers are facing some new and oppressive realities in deciding how to cover budget shortfalls

Wednesday April 20, 2016

Lincoln County man in jail on robbery charges

Suspect spotted not far from store.

Tourism won’t replace King Coal, but it doesn’t hurt

Trout rodeo highlights list of "things to do" list in southern W.Va.

Foresters hopeful for rain in the forecast

Division of Forestry continues to advise against burning until W.Va. gets measurable rainfall

Tuesday April 19, 2016

EPA budget still seeks funding for Clean Power Plan

Despite a stay from U.S. Supreme Court, McCarthy defends request for $50 million to help states voluntarily comply with proposed Clean Power Plan regulations.

Monday April 18, 2016

Despite weekend fatality, Hatfield-McCoy Trail has stellar safety record

North Carolina man becomes the 5th fatality in 16 years of riding on the trail system in Southern W.Va.

Saturday April 16, 2016

Spring gobbler season opens earlier than usual for 2016

Hunters asked for it, now the season date is earlier which likely will mean hunters hear more gobblers, but whether they'll be able to call more in remains to be seen.

Friday April 15, 2016

Hospitals respond to anti-trust claims

CAMC and St. Mary's Medical Center react to claims they had an agreement to refrain from certain marketing on opposite turf

Tuesday April 12, 2016

Fire levels oldest building in Athens

Arson suspected in blaze which destroyed the original Athens Post Office. Building also once served as a church.

Learning the difficult dialect of the wild turkey

Seasoned veteran hunter says success can experienced by learning to call, but when you learn what the turkey means in response it takes it to another level.

Monday April 11, 2016

Bourbon for Bernie event planned this week

Organizer hopes more are starting to "Feel the Bern" in West Virginia

I-64 lanes reopened after broken bridge connector causes widespread damage

Broken expansion joint blamed for flat tires and a lot of delays. Officials say fortunately that's all the dangerous situation produced Monday morning.

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