Chris Lawrence

Yesterday June 24, 2017

Group hopes to shine big light on Little Kanawha

Inspired by other river trails in the state, a Glenville based group works to develop more access and attention to one of central West Virginia's major waterways.

Thursday June 22, 2017

Cindy promises heavy rain and floods but no repeat of 2016

Rain expected to come in heavy bands Thursday night into Sunday morning---but cold front will push it out of the state by Saturday evening.

A return to Valley View Drive — the state’s most damaged road from 2016 flood

Resident Terry Young says the recovery as been slow, frustrating, and plagued with pitfalls

Wednesday June 21, 2017

Clay County High School’s most incredible year

Clay County High School had hope in the front and despair in the back for months after the 2016 flood.

Tuesday June 20, 2017

Fatal explosion came as crews remove previously exploded tank

Officials say crew was working to render the tanks from the May 24 incident safe when there was another explosion Tuesday, leaving one dead and one hurt.

Monday June 19, 2017

Flood victim finds strength to keep working

Clendenin dentist battles back a year after flood destroyed his home and business.

Record turnout for annual Coal River event

The vision of making the Coal River a destination for tourist is rapidly taking shape for the Coal River Group.

High water in the coalfields prompts NWS alerts

Weather service warns high water could be a problem south of Route 60 for the rest of the afternoon.

Turnpike budget heavy on roadway improvement

More than half of the $91 Million dollar spending plan earmarked for long term capital improvements

Friday June 16, 2017

Boy Scouts ready for Veterans appreciation day

Military members given free admission, but public also welcome for 3rd annual Veterans Appreciation Day at Fayette County Boy Scout camp

Wednesday June 14, 2017

Town of Rhodell will soon be no more

Raleigh County town's residents vote to dissolve the municipality 80 years after it was incorporated

Saturday June 10, 2017

Bucket brigade started as one man and an idea

Volunteers complete ten years of treating acid laden water in a high mountain trout stream with sweat and muscle, but it started with one man's determination

Friday June 9, 2017

A lot rides on budget for W.Va. sportsmen and outdoor lovers

A look at what a government shutdown could mean for those of us who love enjoying the outdoors in West Virginia.

Thursday June 8, 2017

MSHA to launch specialized mine safety initiative

Federal safety agency concerned about connection between mine accidents and lack of experience.

Medal of Honor ruling could open the door to a wide range of suits

Harvey Peyton and Brent Benjamin examine the potential pitfalls of the precedent set in the case of Chester West's remains.

Wednesday June 7, 2017

Search continues for missing angler on Sutton Lake

Victim reported missing when he failed to return from a fishing trip and his boat was found run aground

Mingo County authorities dig for possible murder victim

Investigators with the Mingo County Sheriff’s Department followed up on the tip Tuesday evening with a cadaver dog and got a hit at the location.

Investigation complete in death of Bluefield police officer

State police report says a tragic set of circumstances came together to create deadly collision.

Tuesday June 6, 2017

A year of frustration for a Kanawha County family

Couple says every direction they've turned for help has been an exhausting ordeal with scant satisfaction.

Fatal fire started in two places

Wyoming County investigators following up leads in Sunday morning blaze which left a man dead near community of Jesse

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