WVOW is giving you a chance to win a VIP package for Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.’s Christmas Concert at the Coalfield Jamboree on December 5th. The package includes front row tickets, a VIP reception with the artists before the show, an autographed copy of Landau’s “Christmas Made for Two” CD, and VIP seating at Lunch With Landau and The Legends at Gatti’s.
Not even a Grinch can shut down one of the biggest attractions to Logan County.
Archaeology teams from the University of Kentucky and a National Geographic film crew did work at the Randal McCoy home in Hardy, Kentucky, Devil Anse Hatfield’s home in Sarah Ann, the York House in Pikeville, and the former residence of Perry Cline.
The numbers show unemployment increased in Boone, Lincoln and Wayne counties, likely because of coal mining layoffs. Mingo County, another coalfield county, had the highest unemployment rate in the state at 10.8 percent.
The Obama administration made another move on Wednesday that's expected to impact coal-fired power plants in West Virginia.
Logan Regional Medical Center and the Logan and Mingo Child Advocacy Centers have opened a special outpatient clinic to serve child victims of sex crimes in Logan & Mingo Counties.
The home is located in the upper end of McConnell Bottom in an area behind the First Baptist Church.
Former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship will be continue to be permitted to travel to his home in Pike County, Kentucky, and to Washington, D.C. to confer with his attorneys.
29 year old Ronnie Cambell of Delbarton was caught on video selling Oxycodone to an undercover informant during an investigation by the sheriff’s department and the U.S. 119 Drug Task Force.
39 year old Donald Bailey of Crumpler and 23 year old Troy Justice of Panther will remain in jail until trial.
39 year old Dennis Stroud is charged with two counts of breaking and entering, petit larceny, and public intoxication.
Logan Bank and Trust celebrated its 50th Anniversary on Monday. They served refreshments and gave away $50 dollars every hour along with other prizes.
West Virginia Coal Association President Bill Raney believes the timing is perfect for the new-look legislature to elevate the energy committees in the House of Delegates and state Senate to major committee status.
The Division of Natural Resources is advising hunters to take safety precautions with tree stands as the two-week buck firearms season continues.
Olivia Marie McCormick of Yawkey died after a Jeep she was in flipped into a creek in Poca. The vehicle was submerged when first responders arrived. She was taken to Thomas Memorial Hospital, where she was pronounced dead. It is likely she drowned.
There was a two-car accident on route 119 Monday just before 1pm near the Chief Logan Rec Center.
The state enjoyed a bumper crop of acorns this year. The strong mast crop will keep deer from moving as much and will keep them sheltered more in the forest and out of the open fields.
24 year old Schawanene Lynn Hensley is charged with three counts of child neglect risking injury after state troopers found her passed out and her three young children unattended.
We have received word that Patriot Coal has laid off or moved 124 workers at the Hobet Mining Complex in Boone County.
Alpha Natural Resources has announced another 60 layoffs. The jobs are being eliminated at Ruby Energy, Taylor Fork, and Rock Spring.
The eight remaining sentencing hearings in the Mountain Laurel kickback case have been moved to next year.
The United Way of Central West Virginia is asking area businesses to commit to donate $50 per month to the organization.
Gatti's Pizza and the Fountain Place Cinema 8 in Logan are coming together with the the school system for a variety of activities.
West Virginia Delegate Justin Marcum who represents the 20th District that includes Mingo County and a small part of Logan County will seek to be the new House Minority leader when the legislature reconvenes in January.
Congressman-elect Evan Jenkins will hold a seat of the influential Appropriations Committee when he takes office in January.
The production "Mamie" was written locally and will be performed on stage for the first time anywhere by TAS.
Citizens for Coal is calling for and accepting donations for the Miners Relief Fund. President Roger Horton says they are looking for holiday help for those caught in the switches of the coal industry downturn.
Appalachian Power has some tips for keeping your heat inside and keeping your bill lower or at least consistent each month.
A toy drive benefiting Logan County children has officially kicked off for the 2014 Christmas season.
Saturday marked the start of the second enrollment period for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Logan Regional Medical Center has staff on hand specifically for the purpose of being your guide.
America's Got Talent winner and Logan County's own Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. will join with former members of the Temptations, Drifters and Platters for a Christmas concert at the Coalfield Jamboree in downtown Logan.
West Virginia PTA is challenging students to come up with healthy recipes. The organization says the goal is to promote healthy habits and to reward students for healthy lifestyles.
The American Red Cross in West Virginia is seeking the donation of unneeded vehicles that can sold for money to help those in need.
West Virginia health officials are urging pregnant women to get the flu shot.
The Kentucky Health Cooperative says it's postponing its entrance into West Virginia's health care marketplace for one year.
A new study shows Kentucky's bourbon industry is making a bigger splash in the state's economy, nearly doubling its workforce in two years and leading a $3 billion distilling sector primed for another round of expansion.
The West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority plans to begin offering the four-week Financial Peace University program in November to inmates serving sentences for misdemeanor convictions.
Marshall University athletics ran a $749,800 deficit in 2013. West Virginia University netted $4.2 million,
The West Virginia Department of Education is getting a grant to curb gun violence by connecting families, schools and communities to mental health services.
West Virginia University has been awarded a five-year, $10.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for stroke research.