Shauna Johnson

Yesterday April 18, 2014

State to spend money keeping the ‘Wild & Wonderful’ brand

Additional advertising dollars to offset Jan. 9 chemical leak and water emergency.

Wayne prosecuting attorney to appeal dismissal of murder charges for 1988 crime

Stephen Hatfield's release is delayed pending the results of that appeal.

MetroNews ‘Talkline’ debate: Are tax credits worth it?

Two advocates for more efficient government spending say, most of the time, such subsidies do not pay off for West Virginia.

Thursday April 17, 2014

Morrisey says Charleston lawsuit on gun law should be dismissed

In Thursday filings, he argued the city is suing no one.

Harrison County BOE votes against more summer sports practices

It's an issue the state Board of Education could vote on later this year.

Wednesday April 16, 2014

U.S. Attorney says Bank of Mingo investigation will continue

Darrin McCormick, a Williamson branch manager and former Williamson mayor, was charged with lying to an FBI agent this week.

Bar smoking ban being considered in Berkeley County

A Hedgesville business owner says the choice should be left up to adults, not the health department.

Tuesday April 15, 2014

Kanawha County prosecuting attorney defends actions on MetroNews ‘Talkline’

Mark Plants said he has always done what he thinks is best for his family and the Kanawha County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.

Hancock County woman prepares to return to Boston Marathon

Teresa DeLong was near the finish line when last year's bombings happened.

Tackett talks Tennant U.S. Senate fundraising numbers

He says he thinks the Secretary of State can win this year's U.S. Senate race.

Monday April 14, 2014

Kanawha man pleads guilty to stealing a car with a baby on board

He'll be sentenced in May.

Plane wreckage removal continues in Kanawha County

Two people were killed in the Friday plane crash.

Friday April 11, 2014

Senate Majority Leader: Charge people for the power they use

Berkeley County Senator John Unger is calling on the PSC to intervene when it comes to Potomac Edison.

Wednesday April 9, 2014

Tax Freedom Day is still more than a week away

An economist with The Tax Foundation talked about the numbers on Wednesday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'

Tuesday April 8, 2014

Health official: ‘It’s critical to learn lessons’ from Jan. 9 chemical spill

Phone survey of affected residents wrapped up on Tuesday night.

What’s ahead for troubled Coldwater Creek?

Reports indicate the company is close to filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Martinsburg to attempt compliance with gun law

City attorney said that law is not clear.

Monday April 7, 2014

West Virginia detective joins Captain America on big screen

Jeremy Burns is part of the latest Marvel movie.

‘It’s going to be quite ugly,’ says political writer of Rahall-Jenkins race

CNN reported Rahall almost opted out of the race, but Rahall spokesperson says he's 'committed to running for reelection.'

Friday April 4, 2014

Prosecutor: Marriage won’t protect accused murderers

The suspects in a March homicide were married last weekend.

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