State Police in Braxton County say accused actors include the girls' parents and two employees of the Department of Homeland Security
Staff is operating partly out of Charleston radar installation and partly out of NWS Pittsburgh.
Season opens Labor Day weekend and runs for a week in Logan, Mingo, McDowell, and Wyoming Counties
Former South Charleston head coach remembers Tyler Harris as a player who "refused to lose"
Decision is the latest hard blow to the Upper Kanawha Valley and leaves the region with no grocery store between Quincy and Fayetteville
The two seasons opening September 1 are the first hunting days of the year in West Virginia.
Man who was an arm chair herpetologist didn't want to hurt snakes, but was in fact a snake enthusiast. Investigators say he didn't realize what he was doing violated the law.
Changes took place a year ago.
McDaniel stresses the proposal is NOT aimed at opening any Wildlife Management Areas to ATVs.
Driver shortage created by more lucrative opportunities for drivers with a CDL in other sectors of the economy.
Tests continue to reveal presence of mold particulates despite work to clean classrooms
If you, your children, or grand children need to take the course, don't wait until the last minute.
State Parks expect to spend about $60 Million in capital improvements over the next few years, money funded by a bond sale.
Man threatened to shoot President Donald Trump in the head has been in and out of West Virginia in recent days.
Patch work to repair flood damage will keep the field playable for 2018, but school officials say major renovations are in the works after the season.
New fire station in South Hills replaces building which was condemned in 2016
Tanner Burns, a teacher and taxidermist from Buckhannon, West Virginia is well on his way to accomplishing a feat only a few have ever done.
Three former lawmakers recall the difficulties involved in impeachment of A. James Manchin in 1989 and compare the proceedings to the current events at the state capitol
Bass restrictions for tournaments at Stonewall will be relaxed and new catch and release protections have been approved on four popular nativ e brook trout streams in West Virginia.
Crews believes mold can be removed by the start of fall semester, but Principal Larry Bailey hopes a long term solution can be found.