Two people were killed in a house fire in Boone County. The fire occurred around 2:30 a.m. Saturday at a mobile home park in Danville.
The parking building was officially opened at 10 a.m. Monday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Boone County Ambulance Authority Director Randy Lengyel has one month left to pay back an illegal loan.
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Logan, Mingo, and Boone County students attended the first day of a three-day workshop presented by the American Civil Liberties Union to educate teens on dealing with police. ACLU staff attorney, Jamie Lynn Crofts, gave a seminar Friday about dealing with police during a stop on the street, during a traffic stop, a visit to your home, and during an arrest.
William Leslie “Lil Bill” Toler, 29, entered a guilty plea to distribution of oxymorphone or “Opana.”
A routine traffic stop led to an arrest related to drug charges last week.
Three city officials from Williamson resigned Thursday. Mayor Steve Knopp, City Clerk Frances Frye, and City Attorney Chris Younger each retired his or her post at a meeting.
A Logan County man could face felony charges for stealing meat from Walmart at Fountain Place Mall.
West Virginia State Police say 15-year old Cameron Farmer was last seen in the Chapmanville area Sunday afternoon.
A Mingo County man hopes to provide jobs for displaced coal miners with a new technology.
On Tuesday, Jenkins announced the Williamson Health and Wellness Center and the Mingo County Diabetes Coalition would receive a $200,000 grant from the U.S. Health and Human Services Department.
The parking building in Downtown Logan will re-open soon. Earlier this year, the building was sold to Richie Belcher of Delbarton, who owns Belcher Development – a mining supply company.
Thieves broke into the Kermit United Methodist Church and stole a laptop, a desktop computer, DVD player, cleaning supplies, money, and food donated to the Christian HELP Pantry.
The initiative from the Logan County Commission offered free cleanup sites in all three municipalities.
The busy ramp feeding U.S. Route 119 onto east bound I-64 is now closed indefinitely. Bly says the Oakwood on ramp on the east bound side coming from 119 is closed until further notice.
Bridging the Gap is a program that will assist students between the enrollment process and graduation with the purpose to help students graduate quickly and succeed.
The annual KIDS Count report says the number of children living in poverty grew from 87,000 in 2008 to 100,000 in 2013, an increase of nearly 15 percent.
Third District Congressman Evan Jenkins will provide mobile office hours in the coalfield counties throughout September.
The West Virginia Division of Highways remains in constant high gear as they battle through repairing flood damaged roads.
Over 13,000 permits to carry concealed guns were issued in West Virginia during the first three months of 2015. If this pace continues the state could end the year with the highest total of permits issued since 2009.