Chris Lawrence

Today October 20, 2014

DNR tackles another stream restoration project

Employees of DNR, Division of Forestry, and WVU spent much of their summer in Kumbrabow State Forest restoring another stream into an incubator for larger native brook trout.

Turnpike to replace aging maintenance facility

New state of the art operations facility near Beckley to take two years to complete

Senate President questions gas rate increases

Sen. Jeff Kessler said rate hikes for gas seem unusual in a state where natural gas is booming.

Saturday October 18, 2014

Happy Days include a fly rod

Henry Winkler spoke about his book on fly fishing during a recent appearance in Jackson County

Massive Grant County buck killed illegally

Citations come after deer is recognized on Facebook and complaint was filed

Thursday October 16, 2014

Kanawha Valley Report: Week 8

Several Kanawha Valley teams are largely secure in their chance to play in the postseason. A few more have work left to do if they want to finish in the top 16.

Building better gourd protection

Students put their best designs to the test at annual Capital City Pumpkin Drop

Fonzi finds happiest days as children’s author

Actor Henry Winkler visits students in Jackson County who've read his books and encouraged them to never give up, despite the obstacles in their path.

Ebola, hazmat scares hit Yeager on same night

Two separate incidents caused quite a stir at the state's largest airport overnight.

Wednesday October 15, 2014

Drug operation shows success in Huntington

Operation River to Jail nets 226 street level dealer arrests

35th Bridge Day on Saturday

Thousands will again flock to Fayette County to celebrate one of the worlds modern engineering marvels.

Tuesday October 14, 2014

Justices hear case claiming double-jeopardy

Robert Frazier claims the court was wrong to allow a jury to hear first degree murder charges against him for a second time after he was acquitted.

February trial in Parkersburg baby death

Curtis Richards, Jr. pleads not guilty to five-count indictment charging him with murdering one year old girl.

Monday October 13, 2014

Hunter donates bowhunting collection to state of West Virginia

Game mounts from around the world over the last 20 years have become state property and will serve as educational exhibit for children.

South Charleston plans for growth

Mayor impatient, but has grand visions as money for infrastructure becomes available

Crash claims life of Putnam County man

Victim rams head on into turning vehicle.

WVU anglers win and qualify for national bass fishing championship

Matthew Gibson and Ed Rude III headed for another college fishing championship event after winning over the weekend on Potomac River in Maryland.

West Virginia seat belt use makes meteoric rise

Increase highlighted in report.

Thursday October 9, 2014

CSX provides detailed training for first responders

Lots to learn about rail traffic hazards.

Wednesday October 8, 2014

Fish and wildlife management in WV braces for a blow

A wave of retirement is sweeping through DNR but the next generation of decision makers for game and fish remains uncertain in West Virginia.

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