Elusive buck was on wife's trail cam, but she generously gave up her spot to her husband who scored big on opening day.
A voice from the past guides a young girl's aim as she takes her first deer in Randolph County.
Weather and deer patterns play into the hands of hunters on opening day.
Hunters can expect to see above average antler sizes during the 2015 season
Stars are aligning to make 2015 a buck season to remember.
Jenkins says the measure is a straight forward attempt to keep the U.S. safe.
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, backed by Wal-Mart, will donate funds to help secure massive property in three southern W.Va. counties for public hunting and elk restoration.
Free advice to avoid my mistake which almost made an outlaw out of my kid.
Bill Nye the Science Guy to speak in Charleston. Tickets for the show are all gone.
Delegate Josh Nelson (R-Boone) is worried the process of vetting isn't identifying anyone who might be coming here with malicious intent.
New system requires hunter I-D number for anybody wanting to kill a deer, evening those not required to have a license
Interim committee gets first look at draft legislation requiring drug testing of TANF applicants and recipients if there's reasonable suspicion of drug activity.
Justice vows coal is not only a part of the state, but a centerpiece and has a bright future with some creative thinking
Father and baby rescued by Marmet volunteer firemen.
During a recent squirrel hunt two Wood County brothers and their dad make an unusual find thrashing in a nearby tree
Lost Valley Studios to premier first in six part series on Veterans Day featuring West Virginians who have gone to war.
One of the nation's longest running Veterans Day parades will step off at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Campaigns react to video of Greenbrier owner criticizing Lewisburg police officer last December.
Congressman says some projects in southern West Virginia will benefit.
Organizer says Sunday ceremony has worked well.