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Wednesday June 12, 2019

No injuries in battery explosion at Yeager Airport

Two lithium batteries attached to a battery charging device were the source of the ignition.

Kanawha County golf course opening Saturday a month after damaging storm

A microburst on May 2 damaged more than 200 pines trees at Big Bend Golf Course.

Tuesday June 11, 2019

House Democrats want special session scrapped

The announcement came more than a week after the Senate passed the Student Success Act.

Monday June 10, 2019

Yeager enters plea relating to March 2017 incident

Jeremiah Yeager entered a plea for two counts of malicious wounding for the shooting and one count of strangulation for a domestic violence incident.

3 administrators tied to Bransfield reassigned

The changes were announced less than a week after a preliminary investigation found credible evidence Bransfield sexually harassed adults and that he made inappropriate financial decisions.

Fleischauer stands behind school workers’ right to strike

She appeared on Monday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'

Dozens of municipal elections Tuesday in Mountain State

Residents will choose city and town leaders.

Police: Woman hit by car in Barboursville dies

Collision occurred Sunday night.

Fatal crash in Clay County

Single vehicle crash happened Sunday.

Shawnee Sports Complex in running to host Quidditch tournaments

Facility officials have submitted bids to host regional and national championship events of U.S. Quidditch.

Sunday June 9, 2019

Environmental groups accuse multiple mining sites of violating federal regulations

Several environmental groups, including the Sierra Club, have given the owners of those sites 60 days to come into compliance to avoid federal case filings.

Carr, Delauter share state’s top honor, lead AAA all-state lists

Two of the state's top pitchers named Co-Players of the Year

Body of missing Preston County man found

Philip "Buckie" Barlow, of Tunnelton, was last seen May 28.

Consumers to pay one more time for Mitchell Power Station transfer

Case filed with state Public Service Commission.

Saturday June 8, 2019

Mathes, Buckner share state player of the year honors

— Story by Ryan Pritt CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Despite being different ages and playing different primary positions, Herbert Hoover’s Delani Buckner and Hurricane’s Caiti Mathes...

Tons of trash collected over spring

More than 9,500 volunteers took part in the cleanups across the state.

DNR and PRO stock tailwaters of Summersville Dam

Stocking this week in conjunction with free fishing weekend on the Gauley River

‘Sunday brunch bill’ takes effect Sunday

The law allows hotels, restaurants, stadiums and one-time events to begin selling alcohol at 10 a.m. on Sundays.

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