MetroNews Staff

Today September 24, 2018

More than $396 million awarded for opioid work in rural communities

The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration awarded the funds to increase services at community health centers and rural organizations.

Saturday September 22, 2018

Photo gallery: Poca makes statement with 45-27 win over Mingo Central

Photos from Poca's 45-27 win over Mingo Central.

More than 2 dozen counties under flash flood watch

Rain in the forecast for Sunday could cause problems.

Nicholas deputies release names in murder-suicide

Shooting happened during child custody exchange.

Body pulled from Kanawha River

No foul play suspected.

Photo gallery: Capital rallies past Cabell Midland, 20-7

CHARLESTON, W.Va — Photos from Class AAA No. 1 Capital’s 20-7 win over No. 13 Cabell Midland. (Photos courtesy of John Hagley Photography)

Putnam County man dies in ATV crash

West Virginia State Police say 87-year-old Luther Young, of Hamlin, was driving on Big Creek Road at the time.

Friday September 21, 2018

Man accused of threatening Trump captured in Ohio

Shawn Christy had been on the run for three months,

2 dead in Nicholas County shooting

According to authorities, it happened at the GoMart in Craigsville.

Testimony and then a vote is what Morrisey says is needed for Kavanaugh U.S. Supreme Court nomination

The West Virginia attorney general and Republican U.S. Senate candidate talked about it on Friday's MetroNews "Talkline."

Thursday September 20, 2018

Law enforcement seeks more than 50 in major drug operation

Bridgeport Police Chief John Walker, who chairs the task force, confirmed Thursday that at least 55 people are the target

New black lung group forming in Boone County

The Boone County Black Lung Association's initial meeting was scheduled for Thursday night.

NIH workshop focuses on bringing more research dollars to WV

Getting the NIH to participate came with the help Congressman David McKinley, who spoke during the opening remarks of the seminar.

Former high school counselor indicted for grade inflation

Melissa Krystynak used her administrator access to inflate 35 of her daughters' grades.

Wednesday September 19, 2018

Justice: Tourism spending grows, tops national average

West Virginia’s tourism traveler spending grew in 2017 – the first time since 2012.

WVU Medicine to offer heart transplants

There are 22 state residents on the waiting list for a heart transplant, who typically must travel to Pittsburgh or Cleveland.

Man hospitalized after officer involved shooting in Pocahontas County

Investigators say suspect was shot when he attempted to rundown deputy with an ATV which was suspected to be stolen

Teenager killed in Mercer County crash

Wreck occurred Tuesday evening on Route 10.

Two men accused of sex crimes among those arraigned in Mon County Circuit Court

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A man indicted for allegedly sexually abusing clerks during two robberies at the same hotel and a 67-year-old charged in a 20-year...

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