Maj. General Jim Hoyer says he's proud of Class 54.
Clear skies forecasted for fireworks.
Ceremony expected at a later date.
Increase has not resulted in more hospitalizations.
Police say 19-year-old man shot in the chest.
Man charged with damaging police cruisers.
Rosemary Ketchum officially sworn-in on Wednesday.
Positive case numbers of Covid 19 are on the rise across the country and also in West Virginia. For now, masks are only “strongly recommended” in West Virginia, but Governor Jim Justice may change that to a mandate next week. It’s the eve of the 4th of July and a lot of communities have paired
All terms of elected officers will end in 2022.
The state Department of Health and Human Resources reported Thursday evening there have been 3,053 total cases of the coronavirus.
Governor says it would be in public buildings where social distancing cannot be achieved.
The Harrison County Commission this week took additional comments on the statue after last month rejecting a proposal to return it to the Daughters of the Confederacy.
Gary Johnson says he's coming home to help.
She becomes the first woman president in WVSU history.
There are over 100 cases of COVID-19 in the state associated with Myrtle Beach travel.
The Thursday vote from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina's City Council came as COVID-19 cases climbed in South Carolina and dozens of other states.
This year is the 150th year for what's billed as 'America's Largest Small-Town Independence Day Celebration.'
Gasoline prices creeping up but still below last year at this time.
A clerical error causes a Constitutional violation by the Justice Administration. Governor Justice wants to use part of the pandemic money for road work–a plan which is drawing fire. Covid 19 concerns abound with the 4th of July weekend about to happen. Debate and actions continue in West Virginia and around the nation on statutes
The state Department of Health and Human Resources reported 2,979 positive cases on Wednesday.