Jennifer Smith

Yesterday April 18, 2014

Earth Day comes early in Fayette County

Events scheduled for Saturday.

Thursday April 17, 2014

Charleston fire chief retires after 23 years on the job

Overstreet says he's ready for the next chapter in his life.

State ‘not going to sell’ Cass Railroad, but looking at options

Commerce secretary says state park loses $1.4 million a year.

Wednesday April 16, 2014

3rd District candidates spar at Huntington forum

Huntington High School seniors got a preview of the Congressional race to come.

Tuesday April 15, 2014

Toms Toes Day

UC students bare their feet for a good cause

Congresswoman Capito tackles cyber bullying

Students at one Lewis County middle school got a lesson from the experts.

Public retirees protest pension descrimination

They want tax exemption for their pensions.

Monday April 14, 2014

Have you filed your taxes?

Procrastinators take heart, it's not too late.

Kanawha County prosecutor says he shouldn’t be suspended

Mark Plants says his office can try domestic violence cases despite charges he personally faces.

A moving target for W.Va. Air Guard

Air Guard officials know cuts are coming, but aren't sure from one week to the next how many positions will be lost

Reform bill sends staffers back to class

Counties work on reform requirements calling for administrators to return to the classroom periodically

Saturday April 12, 2014

West Virginia police officers learn about identity theft

Veteran police officers learning about the changing crime.

Friday April 11, 2014

Elton John fans line-up for concert tickets

Tickets for June concert went on sale Friday.

Thursday April 10, 2014

State school board seeks input from educators in superintendent search

State Board of Ed plans to stick to tight timeline.

State superintendent weighs in on summer practices

Former coach Jim Phares says he sees the pros and cons.

Wednesday April 9, 2014

Tomblin signs bill to put military spouses back to work

Governor says its one way to help military families adjust to life in the Mountain State

Tuesday April 8, 2014

Nitro-Monsanto clean-up to begin

High court rejects appeal

Monday April 7, 2014

State fights to fully fund black lung program

Nearly $600,000 cut from annual black lung funding.

Water survey underway in counties impacted by chemical spill

A volunteer could be stopping at your home.

West Virginia electric bills 6th lowest in the country

WV customers pay half of what those in New York shell out each year.

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