Chris Lawrence

Wednesday June 27, 2018

CWD detected in two more West Virginia counties

Two positives in Berkeley County and one from Mineral County widen the circle of chronic wasting disease prevalence in West Virginia's eastern panhandle.

Monday June 25, 2018

Williams humbled with VA renaming

Medal of Honor recipient says he still owes of debt to many.

Saturday June 23, 2018

Pleasants County thinking ‘outside the box’ in effort to attract residents

County offering $1,000 to those willing to make the move.

Crayfish study could mean habitat improvement in coalfields

Stocked trout may be causing life to be even harder on two endangered crayfish--but researchers believe they have a solution to help both species.

Thursday June 21, 2018

Catfish ‘Noodling” now legal in West Virginia

West Virginians can now legally pull a catfish out of its lair by hand. Guides with "noodling know-how" from other states share some of their knowledge.

Tuesday June 19, 2018

Capito admits she doesn’t like the separation policy

Intent on enforcing the law, Senator says there's a better way. She and Manchin both vote for increased border security funding including more work on the wall.

Monday June 18, 2018

A busy weekend for truck thieves in Kanawha County

It's unclear if the three incidents may be related, but investigators are looking for connecting evidence.

Saturday June 16, 2018

Huntington police adjusting to change in overdose response

Chief says it's a better use of resources.

Proposal made to staff volunteer fire houses in Berkeley County with paid firefighters

Proposal is aimed at giving volunteer members relief from call volume not to replace them.

Wednesday June 13, 2018

State Parks to host farm to table events

State Parks to feature West Virginia grown products in a summer series of meals.

WVSSAC to recognize archery as a sanctioned sport

Officials say the popularity of the DNR's Archery in the Schools and the diversity of competitors is driving the WVSSAC's decision

Tuesday June 12, 2018

Embezzlement cripples well-known musical group

Appalachian Children's Chorus is thrown into difficult circumstances after a former employee embezzled almost $100,000

We are failing kids when we don’t require them to work.

For years we've talked about he need to get kids hunting and fishing more, I'm worried getting them outside to do anything is becoming a lost cause.

Monday June 11, 2018

Voices in climate change conversation to visit Charleston

Law firm Spilman, Thomas, and Battle brings in group to have a complete discussion on an issue which is vital to West Virginia's economy now and in the future.

Saturday June 9, 2018

A babe in the woods

At the tender age of three, Jasi Butler has probably been a part of more successful turkey hunts than many adult hunters

Thursday June 7, 2018

Contents of former WVU Tech library up for auction Saturday

KVC Health Systems converting Montgomery campus.

Explosion on Marshall County gas line heard and seen for miles

Early Thursday morning blast in a remote location was on a line which had only recently been put into service.

Wednesday June 6, 2018

No license required to fish West Va. waters this weekend

Free fishing weekend is aimed at getting everybody to give fishing a try, whether it's your first time ever or you haven't been in a long time.

Sunday June 3, 2018

Governor puts plans for controlled hunt on hold

Governor Jim Justice seeks input from the public and plans to review facts prompting the controlled hunt to decide if it will go forward.

Deaths of five elk prompt Justice to call the White House

Stress of testing and quarantine are blamed as factors,, Governor and DNR seek changes to protocal

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