Yesterday April 24, 2014

Vote on Gee contract not expected Friday

HEPC meeting at Fairmont State Friday.

WV tourism chief to retire

Betty Carver has worked in state government for 37 years.

State announces additional grant money to help laid off miners

Retraining funds available through 2016.

CWA-Frontier agree to fifth contract extension

Contract ran out last August.

Freedom tank taken apart

U.S. Chemical Safety Board will continue investigation into what caused MCHM leak off-site.

Teenager shot and killed in Charleston

Detroit man and Charleston juvenile charged with murder.

Some Wyoming County residents can finally use water without boiling

Sen. Mike Green says situation was just as bad as nine-county water emergency.

Woman wanted for attempted robbery in Bluefield picked up in Tennessee

Police say suspect tried to rob First Century Bank earlier this month.

Question spray painted on building where Marshall student died

Leah Hickman killed more than six years ago.

Leftwich & Pennington to coach Marshall’s Green-White game

The Saturday game will close out the spring football practices.

Like father like son; Charleston police welcome new officers

Six officers will be on the streets in a few months.

Special prosecutors take oath in Kanawha County

Team will take on domestic-related cases for elected prosecutor.

Congressional run is first for 2nd District candidate Ron Walters, Jr.

He talked about the issues on Thursday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'

Park Service: New River Gorge fire 90 percent contained

Fire crews from West Virginia and several other states have been working to get the fire under control.

Boone County senator says layoff news is ‘devastating’

He says the effects of the Patriot Coal furloughs will be felt throughout Boone County and in surrounding areas.

Teen dies in Boone County wreck

MADISON, W.Va. – Students are grief stricken at Scott High School in Boone County today.   16-year old Student Carolyn Green of Danville was killed in...

Wednesday April 23, 2014

Teen killed in U.S. 119 crash

Car overturns in Wednesday afternoon crash.

Yeager Airport makes more on parking and plans to shift revenues

Additional money will help keep airline costs down.

Kanawha judge issues order on possible Plants’ conflicts

Someone else will have to handle the City of Charleston's child and domestic cases.

Advocates for family groups say cuts will cost state in long run

They want reductions to budgets restored during a May Special Session.

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