Chris Lawrence

Today March 3, 2015

Heavy rain, sleet, snow, ice, floods, and high winds

Emergency officials in W.Va. prepare for a weather barrage in the next two days

Curtis Taylor out as DNR wildlife chief

Longtime leader with agency abruptly retires.

Yesterday March 2, 2015

One in custody, two sought in car thefts

Alert detective spotted suspicious activity and busted car thieves in the act.

Makeups for snow could be painful in some counties

School systems have to figure out how to get in 180 days and spring break could be the answer in some counties.

Elk reintroduction boosted by donation

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation makes sizable contribution to elk reintroduction.

Too early for DOH to do much pothole repair work

Freeze-thaw taking its toll on roads.

Sunday March 1, 2015

Jenkins looks toward rail safety improvements

Congressman Evan Jenkins says he doesn't want to see Mount Carbon derailment repeated.

Friday February 27, 2015

EPA orders more cleanup, monitoring at CSX derailment site

New track down after Feb. 19 derailment.

Thursday February 26, 2015

Ag ready to move forward with deer farm regulation

Department of Agriculture says their enforcement will be a lot of the things now done by DNR, but less restrictive.

Foul play not suspected in young child’s death

Fayette County Sheriff Steve Kessler said drowning is suspected, but they are waiting on the autopsy.

One dead in Raleigh County fire

Body discovered after blaze destroyed a home early Thursday morning.

Taking the show on the road

I'll be taking the show to several locations around West Virginia in the months ahead. Hopefully we will cross paths.

Wednesday February 25, 2015

Boone County deals with water problems

Multiple line breaks, drained storage tanks, and some leaks detectable only with electronic equipment are just a few of the headaches for residents and W.Va.American Water

Tuesday February 24, 2015

Senator has concerns over conceal carry bill

Sen. Mike Romano pushing training.

Recovery work at derailment site moves ahead

Crews are removing contaminated soil and will soon begin rebuilding railroad bed in crash zone.

Senators consider change to conceal carry law

Are there pitfalls or advantages to changing the current conceal carry law in West Virginia?

Monday February 23, 2015

Sportsmen press for veto on deer farm legislation

Groups hope Governor Tomblin will reject bill to put deer farms under jurisdiction of Department of Agriculture instead of Division of Natural Resources.

Antlerless hunting proposals reflect lower 2014 harvest

DNR sticks to antlerless hunting framework, but scales back bag limits in counties where buck harvest dropped

Pharmacist recounts deadly shooting on Talkline

"As soon as I saw the gun I went for mine."

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