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Yesterday August 18, 2017

State Police identify child who drowned in Wood County

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

Correctional officer arrested for slipping drugs, knives to inmates

The officer was getting paid for deliveries through a fake company he set up.

2 charged with armed robbery in Putnam County

Nicholas Woodin and Markayla Stowers are facing armed robbery charges.

Kanawha County residents wait in line for solar eclipse glasses

The last total solar eclipse to happen over the United States was in February 1979.

Thursday August 17, 2017

Manchin: ‘There are not two sides’ to Charlottesville

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 teen missing since May safely found

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...

Man charged in multi county crime spree

Brandon Cantley faces kidnapping, robbery charges out of Kanawha, Boone and Raleigh counties.

DOH: What’s left of Carrollton Bridge ‘salvageable’

Historic covered bridge damaged in Aug. 10 set fire.

Mylan announces $465 million settlement over whether EpiPen qualifies as generic

'Bringing closure to this matter is the right course of action,' says CEO Bresch.

Start of new school year brings new tech to hands of Monongalia County students

Thursday is the first day of class for grades 1-12. Kindergarten begins Monday.

Good help is hard to find down on the farm

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.

Randolph County teacher faces felony charges

Albert Chewning, 37, is a shop teacher at Randolph Technical Center who allegedly contacted several students through Snapchat.

Trial rescheduled in Charleston murder case

William Pulliam will go on trial Dec. 11 following the shooting death of 15 year old James Means.

Marshall team to play role in NASA live tracking of Monday’s eclipse across U.S.

One of 55 teams nationwide, team members will be launching a helium-filled balloon in southern Illinois to provide more than two minutes of NASA's live eclipse coverage.

Governor Justice, under the weather, explains cancellation of appearances

CHARLESTON, W.Va. —¬†Gov. Jim Justice says illness is the reason he’s had to cancel several planned appearances this week, including the introduction of his new...

Wednesday August 16, 2017

2018 Teacher of the Year finalists announced

The Teacher of the Year will be named Sept. 18 during a ceremony at the Clay Center in Charleston.

26 people in Fayette County sought following drug investigations

The 26 warrants come after several weeks of investigation into drug trafficking crimes.

Medical cannabis board gets to work on new law

Board to develop plan to implement West Virginia Medial Cannabis Act.

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