Meteorologists warn of possible high water this weekend.
Protests across the country Thursday focused on better pay.
Attorney Bob Fitzsimmons talked about the case that has been the focus of national and international attention on Wednesday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'
Only a few session days are scheduled on Capitol Hill between now and the end of the year for the U.S. House.
Dr. Paul Hill says possible college and university presidents should meet the public.
Revenue collections are millions below projections so far this fiscal year.
The Board will meet on Tuesday in Morgantown.
Non-profit organizations can apply and one will be selected for the help in January.
Dallas Toler has already resigned from office.
Delegate Michael Folk of Berkeley County says Republican delegates vote the way they want, not the way their leaders want.
The Thundering Herd hosts East Carolina Friday afternoon in Huntington.
Law enforcement officers in Mercer County are working with parents who'd left their kids in the Princeton man's care.
Larry Puccio says Democrats are not recruiting Republicans, even though Republicans are recruiting Democrats.
The Charleston Gazette is seeking information about several internal investigations focused on State Police conduct.
Shepherd hosts Winston-Salem State on Saturday.
Republicans make a gain in the state House of Delegates with this week's party change for an Ohio County delegate.
Del. Ryan Ferns will run for state Senate as a GOP member next year.
The mountains could see more than a foot of snow by Wednesday.
Mike Riley says the state is moving forward with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act as planned.
Those with the Real Warriors Campaign try to encourage help-seeking as a sign of strength.