Three workers recovering after accident during repair work at CAMC Memorial Hospital
Biologists want to determine if there is enough natural reproduction in some of the state's waters to scale back stockings and redirect resources elsewhere.
If I could turn back time, I would have worked toward becoming an Eagle Scout.
Shocking incident captured on video surveillance. Suspect was staying at a local homeless shelter.
HVAC not working properly in all buildings.
Soft opening set for Aug. 1.
Webster County native Jay Kavanagh has been running charter fishing trips almost every morning for 17 years out of Hatteras Island, North Carolina
Family learns Deloris Arnold is in a New York City hospital, but doing fine after what must have been quite an odyssey.
Joy Gunnoe says the state's business climate is terrible and she doesn't see any sign it will improve.
Students impacted by 2016 flood will go back to full-day schedule.
Trail cam confirms there are two elk offspring in W.Va. now--but biologists doubt any more of the state's elk herd are bred.
Trust looks to be eroding fast in what's happening within Ohio DNR.
Woman suffering from early stage dementia never arrived on train trip from Denver to White Sulphur Springs, disrupted by flooding in Chicago
Half way through the first cycle Appalachian Power says improved rights of way access is showing fewer outages and reduced repair times
Managers on the one Million acre Monongahela National Forest want to accelerate projects to improve the forest condition for wildlife in the years to come.
Florida woman is able to personally thank the West Virginia firefighter who jumped into action and saved her life after a car wreck in Massachusetts.
Montgomery Mayor says if local student are forced to attend Riverside High, he favors a boundary adjustment to make Montgomery fully a Kanawha County municipality
Crews are replacing the liners in the hatchery's 34 ponds and large five acre lake after the old material wore out.
Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity seeks information on voters in the state, but SOS office is bound by law to limit them to public data only.
More than $1.4 Million to be spent on facilities, but work will come after the 2017 season.