MetroNews Staff

Today July 1, 2015

Kanawha accident claims life

Wreck occurred Wednesday morning.

Yesterday June 30, 2015

Crews search for possible crashed plane in Braxton County

Emergency crews searching woods for possible downed aircraft.

Kerens-to-Parsons portion of Corridor H project in public comment period

The Kerens-to-Parsons project is 15.6 miles that will go from Kerens to the U.S. 219 interchange, the U.S. 219 interchange to the WV 72 interchange, and the WV 72 interchange to Mackeyville.

State trooper injured in crash

T-bone style crash sends trooper to the hospital.

Yeager Airport decides on contractor to fix hillside

Mingo County company submitted low bid for the project set to begin July 9.

Former teacher convicted of possessing child porn

Will faces up to 20 years in prison.

Advocates for dog-breeding regulations going county-to-county to state their case

Keough isn't sure about commercial breeders in Harrison County, but she'd rather not find out the hard way if there are potential illegal operations going on.

Police look for mall purse snatcher

Investigators release security photos.

Manchin tells miners common sense has spoken

Senator talks about Supreme Court decision.

Suspects in Elkins drive-by shooting indicted by grand jury

ELKINS, W.Va. — The case of three of the four men accused of shooting at a woman driving with her 2-year-old child will head to...

Tucker County woman convicted of fraudulently receiving VA benefits

Dorothy Jones faces up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000

Monday June 29, 2015

Man arrested for kidnapping at Princeton hospital

Police say man threatened nurse and forced truck driver to bring him to a cemetery.

Wide-ranging reaction to SCOTUS mercury ruling

High Court says EPA just seek more impact information.

Teens getting hands-on lesson in firefighting

Lambert said throughout the state and the nation, volunteer fire departments are struggling to staff themselves. This is perhaps the foremost reason why the camp exists.

West Virginia First Lady to move into role full-time

Joanne Tomblin will retire this week from West Virginia Southern Community and Technical College.

Republican senator: no quick fixes for state’s roads

The chief concern for the Republican senator is money. He doesn't want to begin adding new revenues until he's certain that any inefficient spending has subsided.

Sunday June 28, 2015

Electronic textbooks to soon be available to Marion County students

The goal is to is to make additional resources available to all students.

By the numbers: A week’s worth of Classic stats

Monday begins the leadup to the sixth Greenbrier Classic and here are few numbers about the players, course and facilities:

Cartoon: Around the West Virginia school debate in 180 days

In today's version of "Tooned In," Metronews illustrator Dan Pauley takes roll on West Virginia's 180-day school mandate.

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