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"
7-Eleven in Kanawha City held up Tuesday morning.
Rains which caused high water issues in the low lands were exactly what was needed on a remote mountainside in Grant County Sunday.
City has shutdown 2 dozen under new ordinance.
Higher Education chancellor will continue to serve until replacement is named.
Foliage will be light, but two year old gobblers will be abundant in 2018.
Crash in NE Pennsylvania Sunday happened as crews were stretching new transmission lines.
Group focuses on making contact with overdose survivors within 24 hours of their incident in Cabell County and offering to help them get treatment.
DNR's Mark Scott promoted to top fisheries position within the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.
Six separate fires will burn off under story over about 5,000 acres of Monongahela National Forest aimed at improving wildlife habitat and lessening the chance for a more serious forest fire.
Raleigh County man scores a huge buck in a place once well known, but now mostly a memory, for hard core deer hunting.
Snow in the south carried more moisture and was a lot heavier--creating the worst of power company problems from Tuesday-Wednesday Nor'easter.
Just over 50 elk are being held on the Tomblin Wildlife Management Area in Logan County awaiting clearance to be released into the wild as part of the state's ongoing elk reintroduction program.
Retiring DNR Biologist Craig Stihler wishes there was a better outlook as his career comes to a close.
Carmichael says Governor Jim Justice had very little choice but to fire Arts and Education Secretary Gayle Manchin
Change would allow anglers fishing a registered tournament to keep six bass of any size until the weigh-in before they would have to be returned to the water.
March can often be a blessing or a curse for those trying to make plans in the ski business.
Snowstorm catches many off guard and hits at nearly full potential for snowfall accumulation as temperatures made a rapid drop.