Week One Of The High School Football Season Opens With Man And Logan In A Shootout, Sissonville Has Little Trouble With Chapmanville; Mingo Central, Westside, Tug Valley And Scott All Win The First Weekend.
West Virginia State Police say the body was found on the Kentucky side of the Tug River close to Naugatuck.
Mary Etta Elliot served as Director of the Logan American Red Cross for 30 years.
There was vandalism sometime overnight Thursday at Man High School. Someone painted graffiti on the marquis sign at the school and the concession stand including the letters “LHS”.
Dollar General was the latest target.
55 year old Darlene Hatfield was last seen at her home in Iager on August 15th. If you have any information as to her whereabouts you are asked to contact Trooper John Murray at 304-327-6101.
35 year old Elizabeth Austin has been charged with financial exploitation of an incapacitated adult.
This project affects customers of Holden, Valley View, Cora, Shamrock and Mt. Gay.
30 year old Joshua Sprouse and 49 year old Jesse Sprouse allegedly robbed a man at knife-point on the riverbank near Marion Street off WV Route 10 in Oceana.
Lighting struck the Lincoln County 911 Center Wednesday night. It happened around 11:30pm. The strike knocked out the power and the phone lines at the center for several hours.
A laid off Logan County coal miner has been featured in a story in the Washington Post. 51 year old Michael Estep and his family are the subjects of a piece that details his struggles while working as a coal miner and what has happened since he was laid off on June 30th.
Local and State law enforcement, fire fighters, and emergency personnel will now have an opportunity to receiving autism training from Bill Cannata with the Autism and Law Enforcement Education Coalition (ALEC) during a free workshop provided by the Logan County Autism Association.
The total number of mines idled in the first half of 2014 was 64 compared to 112 in the second half of 2013, but Appalachian mines took the biggest hit.
A bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of three James River Coal Co. mining complexes to a subsidiary of Kentucky-based Blackhawk Mining LLC.
31 year old Jeremy Cable of Pineville and 31 year old Cody Mills of Bud were both caught leaving the home of Harold Hayden in Maben Tuesday night.
A group that includes labor, historic preservationists and environmentalists can sue the federal government to preserve the historic site of Blair Mountain in Logan County from mountaintop removal mining.
The old Aracoma High School and Logan Junior High School building is being demolished. The gymnasium will remain. A variety of youth sports leagues and civic organizations will continue to use the gym.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced on Tuesday the state is going to use the Private Public Partnership option to build a key stretch of the Coalfields Expressway in Wyoming County.
47 year old Jennifer Rachel Baisden of Pecks Mill allegedly sold crack cocaine to a CI, or Cooperating Individual, on four occasions.
25 year old Jeremy Vance faces multiple charges including third-degree sexual assault, use of a minor in filming sexually explicit conduct, and use of obscene matter with intent to seduce a minor.
Four people were hit by vehicle in Wyoming County Tuesday night. It happened just before 10pm in Oceana on Cook Parkway.
The funding was awarded through the Health Resources and Services Administration through the Health Centers Program.
54 year old Larry Wayne Lawson of West Hamlin, his wife, 37 year old Tina Taylor Lawson, his son, 30 year old Jason Wayne Lawson, and his son’s fiancé, 28 year old Tia Estep, 28, of Seymour, Tennessee pleaded guilty and admitted their involvement in distributing oxycodone in August of 2013.
The 10th annual Aunt Jennie Music Festival will be held Saturday and Sunday at the Pickin' in the Park Theater.
33 year old Lee Roy Hindman of Hamlin and 40 year old Tonya Blevins of Wharton were placed in prison after violating their probations.
The title track and name of the album "Wildcat" captures her hometown and home state pride.
The program ensures all students from elementary to high school have the opportunity to eat breakfast and lunch free.
The Logan County and Mingo County Child Advocacy Centers will participate in the wvCANclimb fundraiser on September 6th.
The City of Logan is putting the Main Street Parking Building up for bids again. All proposals must be in writing and as detailed as possible. The deadline for submissions is September 5th at 1:30pm.
Squirrel season is less than a month away in West Virginia. The one day only youth squirrel season will be held on September 6th. The statewide squirrel season begins on September 13th and will run through January 31st.
West Virginia's hunting seasons for Canada goose and other birds will open September 1st.
Wildflower photos are being sought for West Virginia's next "Roadsides in Bloom" calendar.
The average score of West Virginia students taking the ACT college entrance exam remained the same for the fourth straight year.
The West Virginia State Agency for Surplus Property says its facility in Dunbar is a valuable resource for students on a tight budget.
The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources says the free app will make it easier for participants in the Women, Infants and Children program, or WIC, to shop for groceries.
Schools getting instruments this year are in Logan, Mingo, Wayne, Monroe, Preston, Raleigh, Ritchie, and Calhoun counties.
The West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the West Virginia Commission on the Arts said they are adding a second funding cycle for professional development grants.
Figures released by the federal government show that West Virginia's per capita consumer spending in 2012 grew 3.2 percent over the previous year.
West Virginia's daily adult smoking rate didn't fall below 20 percent of the population between 1995 and 2010. During the same period, smoking rates in Virginia and Pennsylvania dropped below 15 percent. Rates in Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee fell below 20 percent.
A West Virginia app is now available to help those who are being abused or maltreated, particularly children.