Appalachian Children's Chorus still owes credit card debt.
The Division of Natural Resources is implementing some aggressive plans to improve access to the state's rivers and lakes, particularly those where paddle craft are most popular.
Kent Carper tells members of the PSC any savings or windfalls enjoyed in a tax cut should be immediately and fully rebated to those utilities' customers.
"Grizzly" Allen Daugherty and his 17 year old son Jacob make the 135 mile journey in a two man kayak with a story to share for the rest of their lives
Proposed settlement calls for CSX to pay more than $2 million in fines for environmental damage from fiery derailment.
Family who lost their home in the 2016 flood will have a new house by Christmas despite not qualifying for any federal relief assistance
Quick Response Teams have seen great success in other places to encourage users to get into a treatment program
Although some food workers have been diagnosed with Hepatitis A, there hasn't been a single case of transmission to customers.
Banding for Canada geese and doves in the Mountain State has been underway for several weeks
New accommodations are expected to be extremely popular
Hay field catches fire on a hot, dry summer day and fire fighters had to scramble to catch it in time.
Seattle-based company has purchased one of Charleston's most premier office buildings.
Blaze Saturday at Augusta Levy Learning Center has been determined accidental by Wheeling Fire Department
Abandoned Mine Land funds will help purchase the Ivy Branch Trail System in Lincoln County which closed when the property was sold several years ago.
Congressman Evan Jenkins believes the intense and coordinated effort to combat the drug trade in southern West Virginia is making a difference.
Dr. Jerome Gilbert relishes the change to speak to science campers since the camp had a such an impact on his life 45 years ago.
A cold drink and shade tree are advisable if your celebrating Independence Day outside.
Pilot had many years of flying experience, his wife and owner of private airstrip watched his aircraft go down Monday evening.
Land and Water Conservation Fund has provided a lot of funding for outdoor recreation in West Virginia for more than five decades. One group is fighting to keep it going.
First elk calves known to have been born AND bred in West Virginia have arrived.