Michael Stinson is in North Central Regional Jail on a $1,000,000 cash or surety bond.
Amid the excitement over the Eclipse, don't forget your mother's words of warning
Superintendent Dr. Mark Manchin said a student at Nutter Fort Primary is hospitalized with a confirmed case of viral meningitis, and a second student at Washington Irving Middle School may have the virus as well.
Glen Kelly, who served nearly four years as assistant and interim city manager in Morgantown, will take over the role in a full-time capacity in November.
Nearly 35,000 pounds of food will be distributed to families in need.
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — A jury found two men accused in a July 2016 shooting in Jefferson County guilty of first degree murder and conspiracy Friday....
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The state Ethics Commission unanimously decided to let employees of the state Development Office participate in the upcoming Business Summit at The Greenbrier,...
State Police say young girl tragically dies as responders desperately tried to rescue her from a flooded culvert after she slipped and fell into a swollen stream
The officer was getting paid for deliveries through a fake company he set up.
Chancellor concerned about tipping point.
Nicholas Woodin and Markayla Stowers are facing armed robbery charges.
The last total solar eclipse to happen over the United States was in February 1979.
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin's remarks come after Trump tweeted his support for keeping Confederate memorials and later bashing Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A 14-year-old girl missing since May 21, 2017, was safely located in Bangor, Maine. Abigail Arthur is safely in custody and in...
Brandon Cantley faces kidnapping, robbery charges out of Kanawha, Boone and Raleigh counties.
Historic covered bridge damaged in Aug. 10 set fire.
Jim Johnson has leadership and experience.
'Bringing closure to this matter is the right course of action,' says CEO Bresch.
Thursday is the first day of class for grades 1-12. Kindergarten begins Monday.
Head of the American Farm Bureau, during a visit to the State Fair of West Virginia, says the lack of labor is the top problem facing American growers today.