- Officials seek to relocate Amish businesses to county Updated: Feb-08-16 3:57 pm
PHILIPPI, West Virginia - The Barbour County Economic Development Authority is seeking to attract Amish families to Philippi and the surrounding region in a strategy to boost tourism and retail opportunities.
- West Virginia House approves permitless concealed gun bill Updated: Feb-08-16 3:37 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - The Republican-led West Virginia House of Delegates has approved a bill that would lift permit requirements to carry a covered-up gun.
- Hazelton inmate sentenced for assaulting another prisoner Updated: Feb-08-16 1:08 pm
CLARKSBURG, West Virginia - An inmate at a federal prison in Hazelton has been sentenced to an additional five years and 10 months behind bars for assaulting another prisoner.
- Actress Molly Ringwald to screen 'The Breakfast Club' in WV Updated: Feb-08-16 4:50 am
HUNTINGTON, West Virginia - Actress Molly Ringwald is celebrating the 30th anniversary of "The Breakfast Club" film by screening the movie with audiences in Huntington.
- West Virginia flags to be lowered in commissioner's memory Updated: Feb-08-16 3:25 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has ordered state flags at the Capitol Complex in Charleston and at state-owned facilities in Harrison County to be lowered to half-staff in memory of Harrison County Commissioner Frank "Chunki" Angotti.
- 75th W.Va. Strawberry Festival seeks berries for retail tent Updated: Feb-08-16 3:20 am
BUCKHANNON, West Virginia - Organizers of the 75th West Virginia Strawberry Festival are looking for local growers to help provide berries for a retail tent.
- Registration open for West Virginia statewide cleanup Updated: Feb-08-16 3:15 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection is accepting applications to participate in the annual Make It Shine statewide cleanup.
- 1st woman brigadier general in West Virginia's history named Updated: Feb-07-16 4:57 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - The first female brigadier general in West Virginia's history has officially been named.
- Local school counselor represents state at White House event Updated: Feb-07-16 12:53 pm
ELKVIEW, West Virginia - A Kanawha County school counselor was recognized for his work at a recent White House function.
- Nominations accepted for West Virginia ag hall of fame Updated: Feb-07-16 11:12 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - The deadline is approaching for nominations to the West Virginia Agriculture and Forestry Hall of Fame.
- Bankrupt coal producer Alpha announces more planned layoffs Updated: Feb-07-16 10:45 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Bankrupt coal producer Alpha Natural Resources has announced planned layoffs in West Virginia for the third time in a month.
- Longtime Ranson Mayor David Hamill, 71, dies of cancer Updated: Feb-07-16 10:09 am
RANSON, West Virginia - Longtime Ranson Mayor David Hamill has died of cancer. He was 71.
- No. 15 Baylor falls to No. 14 West Virginia 80-69 Updated: Feb-07-16 12:03 am
MORGANTOWN, West Virginia - Poor shooting in the second half cost No. 15 Baylor a chance to turn the top of the Big 12 standings into a tossup.
- No. 14 West Virginia beats No. 15 Baylor 80-69 Updated: Feb-06-16 11:45 pm
MORGANTOWN, West Virginia - With a little help, West Virginia has scratched its way into sole possession of first place in the tough Big 12.
- Peer recovery coaches help others fight addiction Updated: Feb-06-16 3:19 pm
HUNTINGTON, West Virginia - When 31-year-old St. Albans native Ashley Keiffer found herself in jail for the 16th time, her big plan when she got out was to land a job at a fast-food restaurant.
- Former New Jersey mayor wants brother's remains returned Updated: Feb-06-16 11:25 am
CLAYTON, New Jersey - Gene Costill has a lot to be proud of.
- Groups say W.Va. a mixed bag on domestic violence gun laws Updated: Feb-06-16 10:39 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - West Virginia has been ahead of the curve in passing several protections to ban domestic abusers from having guns, but gun safety groups say the state should do more.
- Fayette County Schools will cut 18 staff positions Updated: Feb-05-16 3:25 pm
FAYETTEVILLE, West Virginia - Fayette County Schools will eliminate professional jobs and service personnel in an effort to match funding the state allows for such positions.
- State Police: West Virginia traffic fatalities take a dip Updated: Feb-05-16 2:57 pm
BECKLEY, West Virginia - The West Virginia State Police say traffic fatalities in the state continued to decline in 2015.
- West Virginia Senate OKs raw milk bill after veto last year Updated: Feb-05-16 12:54 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - After a veto last year, the push to let West Virginians drink raw milk through animal-sharing agreements is regaining steam.
- Commissioner dies after heart attack during snowstorm Updated: Feb-05-16 4:36 am
MORGANTOWN, West Virginia - A Harrison commissioner has died nearly two weeks after suffering a heart attack while helping shovel snow.
- Pennsylvania man pleads guilty to role in drug ring Updated: Feb-05-16 3:05 am
CLARKSBURG, West Virginia - A Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to participating in a ring that sold heroin and prescription drugs in West Virginia.
- W.Va. lawmakers OK right to work, prevailing wage repeal Updated: Feb-04-16 6:34 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Dealing blows to organized labor, West Virginia's Republican-led Legislature cleared proposals Thursday to repeal the state's prevailing wage for public construction jobs and make the Mountain State the 26th with a right-to-work law.
- Marshall has 7 home games on 2016 football schedule Updated: Feb-04-16 5:23 pm
HUNTINGTON, West Virginia - Marshall will play seven home football games next season, highlighted by a matchup with Louisville.
- Company in West Virginia chem spill receives 'symbolic' fine Updated: Feb-04-16 4:24 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A bankrupt chemical company responsible for a spill that contaminated a West Virginia river and fouled the drinking water supply of 300,000 residents was fined $900,000 on pollution charges Thursday, with a judge noting that Freedom Industries likely could never pay it.