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Yesterday April 23, 2019

Man killed in collision with train in Lincoln County

Victim was reportedly operating an ATV which collided with a train in the Ranger community

West Virginia MetroNews wins 3 Regional Murrow Awards

The winning entries now will be considered for national honors.

Kids learn about environment, preservation at Earth Day celebration in Charleston

The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection hosted the event.

Kanawha County woman pleads guilty to voluntary manslaughter in fatal stabbing

Her attorney said they would have argued self-defense if it went to trial.

Growing list of West Virginia locations are part of Saturday’s Drug Take Back Day

Collection hours are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at sites statewide.

One dead, five injured in McDowell County collision

Charges are expected, according to the sheriff's office.

Monday April 22, 2019

Man arrested following Mason County fatal shooting

Christopher Eugene Elliot allegedly shot the victim in Point Plesant.

Justice addresses Marshall County residents on poor roads

What was supposed to be a ceremony recognizing federal grant funding turned into Gov. Jim Justice answering questions about the poor road conditions.

Brown’s first impression of Kanawha Valley: This is Mountaineer country

Brown appeared at the WVU Mountaineer Athletic Club Dinner Monday night.

Multi-vehicle crash leads to auto theft, DUI charges against Mercer County man

One person was hospitalized, following the incident.

Smelly mess on Interstate 64

Trash truck loses part of its load.

State officials have plan in place for secondary road funding this fiscal year

West Virginia state Revenue Secretary Dave Hardy appeared on MetroNews 'Talkline.'

West Virginia American updating source water protection plans

Public input on updates to those plans will be sought in the coming days.

Stuart says Justice company officials have been deposed in federal contempt case

Federal officials are trying to determine whether Justice Energy has resources to pay.

‘Reverse job fairs’ at career and technical schools begin Tuesday

During the statewide series, seniors will be set up to talk with potential employers and provide examples of their work.

WVU offering some workers buyout options

University looking to cut costs to keep tuition increases low.

Judge Berger tells Justice company it can avoid penalties by making payments

Judge rejects objections by lawyers for Bluestone Industries.

Investigation continues into weekend shooting

The incident occurred at approximately 5:30 a.m. Saturday in the parking lot of 3315 Earl L. Core Road at the Exotica Life Gentleman’s Club.

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