Chris Lawrence

Friday November 9, 2018

Nitro kicks off Veterans Day activities

City which bills itself as the living memorial to World War I is a fitting place to begin the celebration of the end of the conflict and an honoring of all who have served.

Monday November 5, 2018

Wetzel County hunter is our first prize winner in 2018 contest

Lisa Kelch of Hundred called this big buck a "dream come true." A prize pack in the Ram Trophy Photo Contest probably make it even better.

Sunday November 4, 2018

Prescribed burn coming soon near Gaudineer Knob

U.S. Forest Service wants to remove vegetation near historical site.

Thursday November 1, 2018

Church donations help process donated venison

This weekend marks Share the Harvest Sunday in West Virginia.

Well known radio personality Al Woody dead at 66

he was one of Charleston's best known radio voices for decades.

Wednesday October 31, 2018

Man arrested for ambulance joy ride

Homeless man in Charleston accused of driving around for two hours in a Charleston FD ambulance stolen from a fire scene.

Monday October 29, 2018

Senate Preview: Sixth District Maynard (R) vs. Sammons (D)

Incumbent Senator Mark Maynard (R) and his challenger Dr. Charles Sammons (D) have very similar priorities about the needs of the Sixth Senatorial District.

Friday October 26, 2018

Kanawha deputies work to identify human remains found in Cross Lanes

Items found with body may help.

Hunters continue to enjoy success in early bear seasons

The three early bear hunting seasons continue to be effective and popular in West Virginia among sportsmen.

Wednesday October 24, 2018

Hatfield McCoy to realign trails in Mercer County

Changes will cause temporary shutdown, but unauthorized riding continues to be a growing problem for the system.

Saturday October 20, 2018

Kanawha County teen makes bass fishing history

At age 17 Dylan Fitzgerald of Cross Lanes has won two State High School Fishing titles and now has claimed the adult state championship as well.

Thursday October 18, 2018

Remembering old Number 50

The Pinnacle Mine in Wyoming County is closing for good this week, known to many as U.S. Steel Number 50, the mine holds a special place in the hearts of many in the southern W.Va. coalfields.

Monday October 15, 2018

Guard continues progress on Rise WV program.

Guard now has the network in place to assist flood victims waiting more than two years for help from the state.

Saturday October 13, 2018

The Yankee Lady is living American history

Vintage aircraft give people a look back at aviation history this weekend in Charleston.

Fall trout stocking begins October 15

DNR delayed the stocking schedule by a full week to protect fish and allow extra time for hatchery personnel to complete the spawn

Thursday October 11, 2018

Pinnacle Mine employees are angry and frustrated

Current owners are methodically shutting down the operation which has been a staple of the local economy for decades and workers say it didn't have to be this way.

Law enforcement seize 150 pounds of meth in roundup

U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart says cooperation at all levels netted 30 arrests in an investigation which stretched into five states

Wednesday October 10, 2018

Hancock County reverses policy to allow smoking and gambling

County Board of Health agrees to amend Clean Indoor Air Ordinance to allow for smoking inside Mountaineer Casino and video gaming parlors. Anti-smoking group is furious.

Retailers applaud decision on internet sales tax

State business owners believe new policy will level the playing field for in-state business vs. online retailers

DNR and Dept. of Agriculture team up on Hunters Helping the Hungry

Agriculture Commissioner Kent Leonhardt helps DNR to educate and recruit new meat processors to join in the program which provides nutritious meat to thousands of needy in West Virginia each year.

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