Engineers hope work on Jefferson Road will reduce crash rate.
New movie "Hidden Figures" spotlights the contributions of W.Va. State alum Katherine Johnson and two colleagues to the U.S. Space Program with almost no recognition.
Victim recovering and investigators have no leads on a suspect.
Jan Cahill says his first priority will be troopers in the field and helping them to do their job more effectively
Chelsea Ruby knows Governor elect Justice is engaged about growing tourism and won't be patient about seeing results
Anglers note the Tug, Fork, Coal, and Guyandotte Rivers are improving and show great promise for fishing in the future.
Organizers say legal hurdles have finally been cleared and construction on marker can begin, but won't be done by Jan. 30.
Newly-elected Sheriff Bo Williams has been banned from law enforcement and tax offices by court order and faces potential removal for his admission of drug addiction.
Division of Forestry Director Randy Dye said West Virginia dodged a bullet in 2016
Chuck Moore of western Monongalia County kills four trophy bucks in a season--for a second time.
Morgantown man creates unique and historic keepsake from hair shaved from West Virginia's first elk in 140 years.
A few observations about the pros and cons of West Virginia's elk reintroduction.
Purple Out scheduled at Friday night's Winfield-Hurricane game.
Putnam deputies hand out $100 gift cards.
Trade school students apply skills learned in the classroom to give West Virginia flood victims a fresh start.
Congressman Alex Mooney believes implementing the rule was one final shot at burring the coal industry.
Crowds braved sub-freezing temperatures for a glimpse at the first W.Va. elk in 140 years and to be part of history
Robbie Jacobs had grand plans for the 2016 hunting season, but they all went out the window as he was about to leave for his stand.
A massive buck killed on public land in Pendleton County proves hoofing it can still pay big dividends
18 projects to vie for a share of $50 million.