A3 Williamson takes plea deal in Jody Gray.
Gov. Justice says Tina Bragg is a real hero.
DOH still reviewing bids for I-70 work.
Approval sought for double-wide mobile homes for some 2016 flood victims.
Dr. Samer Nasher's attorney says they will fight the charges.
Former Supreme Court administrator appears on "Talkline" day after testimony before lawmakers.
Panel discussion focuses on harm reduction, other responses.
Lottery director says casinos struggled in recently completed fiscal year.
Groups push for direct impact through rate cuts.
Gov. Jim Justice made check presentation Monday.
State chief health officer expects new laws to save lives.
Scotty Marshall also punched a medic.
Transportation Secretary Tom Smith says agency has never been busier.
Grandmother noticed strange behavior and called 911.
Bond for Frank Thompson, of Danville, was set at $500,000.
Gordon Gee was a guest Monday on MetroNews Talkline.
Entry level transportation worker jobs available.
Susan B. Anthony List plans to still work against U.S. Senator Joe Manchin even if he votes to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh for U.S. Supreme Court.
Victim in I-77 death carrying no ID.
Damage estimate ongoing at Aleris in Buckhannon.