Shauna Johnson

Thursday June 7, 2018

Saturday Lewisburg premiere set for short film shot in West Virginia

Many West Virginians were part of filming in late 2016 for 'Crick in the Holler.'

Wednesday June 6, 2018

Who makes the call? New mandatory reporting law for child abuse, neglect is in effect

The law also reduces the window for required reporting from 48 hours to no more than 24 hours.

Monday June 4, 2018

After flooding comes cleanup in Eastern Panhandle counties

On Monday, flood warnings from the National Weather Service were still posted for several waterways including the Cacapon River, Shenandoah River and Potomac River.

Sunday June 3, 2018

Governor declares emergency as Eastern Panhandle counties get another high water hit

It may be Wednesday before all of the flood warnings from the National Weather Service are lifted following a weekend of storms.

Thursday May 31, 2018

Eating for better health is focus of FARMacy program launching in Wetzel County

More than two dozen participants will try to bring down weight, blood glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol levels over the next 20 weeks.

Wednesday May 30, 2018

Jenkins: Federal officials commit to putting in place strategies for treating babies born after drug exposure

"We wanted this implemented," he told MetroNews Wednesday following an announcement in Huntington.

Friday May 25, 2018

Traffic steady at first food service workers Hep A vaccination clinic

Clinics designed to stop any outbreak and raise people's confidence in eating out.

Wednesday May 23, 2018

Damage limited after flash flooding in Marshall County

Cameron saw more than 2 inches of rain in less than an hour on Tuesday night, according to emergency officials.

Opening to come by early 2019 for new Ohio County drug treatment center for women

Living Free Ohio Valley is behind the project which recently was awarded a $2.9 million loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Tuesday May 22, 2018

Hino hiring continues in Wood County

The company is planning to open its new truck assembly plant in Mineral Wells in early 2019.

Monday May 21, 2018

National CEO for Pancreatic Cancer Action Network visits West Virginia with a message

Pancreatic cancer is currently the third-leading cause of cancer-related death in the U.S.

Thursday May 17, 2018

Petition calls for special session inclusion of medical marijuana banking fix

"If we don't have anyplace to put the money, the program is on hold," said Delegate Mike Pushkin (D-Kanawha, 37).

Wednesday May 16, 2018

Sports betting training in works for counselors with Problem Gamblers Help Network of West Virginia

West Virginia may be one of the first steps to legalize wagering on sports following a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court opening up the option nationwide.

Monday May 14, 2018

Economy with fewer power customers cited as major factor in proposed Appalachian Power, Wheeling Power rate hike

Appalachian Power and Wheeling Power customers last saw a base rate increase in 2016.

Tuesday May 8, 2018

National Teacher Day coincides with primary day in West Virginia

For Wednesday, people were being asked to wear red to show support for educators and their students.

Friday May 4, 2018

Ritchie County voters taking up another school bond proposal in primary

The $7.9 million proposal has been revised since a previous bond was voted down in September.

Thursday May 3, 2018

New website launches focused on care at all state hospitals, available procedures and health jobs

HospitalSmartWV.com has been in the works for two years.

Tuesday May 1, 2018

Six agencies including HealthNet are getting ambulance restraints made specifically for kids

The restraints come from the West Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services for Children Program.

Monday April 30, 2018

Medicaid coverage of autism therapy to expand; provider shortage may still limit access

With the policy change, more than 3,000 West Virginia children with autism could qualify for applied behavior analysis therapy.

Thursday April 26, 2018

Pleasants County ceremony to mark Friday’s 40th Anniversary of Willow Island Disaster

More than 50 workers were killed on Apr. 27, 1978 when concrete took down scaffolding at a Willow Island cooling tower that was under construction.

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