When bears find food around your home, they can become destructive, aggressive, and ultimately it doesn't end well for the bear.
Although most probably get weak kneed at the thought, the DNR would like to hear your rattlesnake stories as they gauge the health of the reptile in West Virginia.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The race is set for November to decide the next Mayor of Charleston. Amy Shuler-Goodwin won the Democrat nomination Tuesday, defeating...
The narrow window to find morel mushrooms is open in West Virginia this week.
Some MetroNews listeners wondered if a picture of bears at a bait pile was the best image to promote West Virginia wildlife. So we asked Governor Jim Justice about it.
Bill Powell says doctors who were supposed to be helping quell addiction were actually enhancing dependence on drugs--and realizing big profits from doing so.
$60 million project to start soon.
Proposal would make eight private schools a class unto themselves, which critics believe is illegal.
Police say woman car jacked a vehicle with a baby in the backseat. Child was unharmed and slept through the entire ordeal.
It's the best way to dispose of old and unneeded medicine safely and securely.
Wood County Commission is briefed on progress of the project, DEP finds no indication of contamination to water or air as process moves forward.
Anthony Bourdain admits he had very little in common with the people of Appalachia, but said what he learned in his visit to West Virginia gave him a deeper understanding of a place and people often dismissed by the rest of the nation.
Group hopes education and free and installed smoke detectors will help reduce fire deaths and injuries in West Virginia.
Owners say elevator in aging building is being repaired, but there are much bigger plans for historic buildings in Charleston in the coming years.
New documentary goes deeper than Hollywood's dramatic look at a remarkable West Virginia woman.
Conditions change and fire rekindles consuming several more acres in Grant County.
Truck traffic on West Virginia's country roads is getting more and more dangerous according to one group calling for adopting of best practices for the industry.
Marshall County hunter credits success to when he hunts, rather than where.
Work will start in May to make repairs to the field in Clay--whether the work is finished by football season remains an open question.
DNR says social media claims of trout escaping the hatcheries in high water this week was "fake news"