Beth Vorhees has been a mainstay at W.Va. Public Broadcasting since 1984. She'll retire Friday after a long and rewarding career.
Authorization clears the way for nearly $300 Million dollars in development in the next five years.
Adding other trail networks in the state needs to be carefully planned out and coordinated according to the Hatfield McCoy Regional Recreational Authority, otherwise it could kill investment incentive
Groundwater contamination isn't an issue for hydraulic fracturing, but storage of the waste is a problem area for the industry.
New law becomes effective July 6
Amid budget battles State Park system takes first steps toward a more self sustaining system.
Rebound of the bald eagle is an amazing success story for conservation.
Murray says Justice plan to scale coal severance taxes based on the market will make West Virginia coal much more competitive with surrounding states.
Citizen Science Initiative launched help monitor the state's rattlesnake population
Four victims were riding in a mini van from North Carolina which was struck by a semi which crossed the median
Higher number of birds however doesn't necessarily translate to an increased turkey harvest according to the DNR.
State continues work to restore a fish which has become a trophy species to many West Virginia fly anglers.
Former sheriff believes legislative changes to criminal code will do some good.
West Virginia bass fishing organizations come together for a high stakes fishing tournament to settle the question of who is the best in W.Va.
Bill clears the house on a 92-5 vote--and will head to the governor after the Senate concurs with technical amendment.
Seven years has passed since that dreadful spring day under the mountain in Raleigh County
Troopers say suspect took his own life inside a church after a string of car thefts and a murder.
Victims were half-way across the trestle spanning the Coal River when train approached Tuesday morning.
The gas industry believes forced pooling legislation clears the way for gas development, lease owners tell lawmakers the measure gives away West Virginia's wealth to the industry.
Private donations and the Logan County Commission come up with funding for a one year extension on programs at all three Logan County high schools.