Chris Lawrence

Today May 28, 2015

UPDATE: Charleston police question suspect in mall shooting

Investigation continues into case where man is wounded in parking garage.

Yesterday May 27, 2015

Calhoun County cleaning up after strong storm

What may have been a micro-burst downs trees and power lines in community south of Grantsville

Monday May 25, 2015

Huntington-Charleston bus route on life support

Federal funding running out and ridership is falling off after seven year experiment.

Friday May 22, 2015

Can’t we all just get along….

Conflicts on the water can be resolved when adult attitudes emerge.

Thursday May 21, 2015

Vandalia Gathering this weekend in Charleston

The 39th annual gathering to celebrate culture and roots of West Virginia this weekend.

Trio charged in Boone County drug bust

Trio charged after drugs discovered in home.

The beach and the mountains, West Virginians hitting the road

Myrtle Beach top weekend destination for West Virginians, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are popular too

Wednesday May 20, 2015

W.Va. country roads in bad shape

Washington transportation group ranks West Virginia rural roadways 6th worst in U.S. and 7th in rural road fatalities.

Songbird projects could payoff for hunters

Plans to benefit a cerulean warbler could make a difference in your deer and turkey hunting in the years to come.

Tuesday May 19, 2015

Gun rights group to continue its fight in Charleston

Head of Citizens Defense League says change by Mayor Danny Jones won't change his group.

Monday May 18, 2015

Police say heroin is an epidemic

Police calls over heroin overdose are mounting and people are dying

Saturday May 16, 2015

New visitor center planned for Hatfield-McCoy trail

Pocahontas Trail system in Mercer County one of the most popular since its opening. Facility would be nearest riders coming from the southern U.S.

Truck loses cattle on I-64

Nobody hurt, but fugitive bovine shutdown interstate in both directions as emergency crews tried to herd up stragglers.

Friday May 15, 2015

Mine wars museum to open this weekend

Location will tell the story of West Virginia's Mine Wars and the struggle for mine workers organizing in the southern W.Va. coalfields.

Missing boy recovered after a night in the woods

Boy says state police helicopters scared him and he hid. Loyal dog stayed with him all night.

Thursday May 14, 2015

Remote camera leads to quick arrests in Putnam County

Copper thieves had no idea their every move was being watched.

Pleasants County man injured in heavy equipment wreck

Victim trapped for an hour before discovered by a neighbor in wreckage

Tuesday May 12, 2015

Crossbows cleared for fall hunting season in W.Va.

Commission also makes changes to open spring gobbler season at earlier date.

Monday May 11, 2015

DNR tags largemouth bass at Stonewall Jackson Lake

State wants to follow up on the lifting of the catch and release regulation to see what anglers are doing with the big bass caught in the Lewis County lake.

Montgomery looks to recover from massive fire

Buildings which burned housed no businesses except for a few apartments.

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