Close to 100 coal mine workers in Logan and Mingo Counties are losing their jobs.
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54-year old David Miller of Premier was in McDowell County Circuit court on Friday. He pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.
Delegates Justin Marcum and Harry Keith White along with nine others introduced a piece of legislation to make the hiring of teachers and school personnel more transparent.
The West Virginia Humanities Council announced the new exhibit featuring the fueding families is ready to hit the road.
60 year old Terry Jay Yates is charged with delivery of a controlled substance, accessory before the fact, obstruction, and conspiracy.
For more than a decade the Runions would bring in truckloads of food, beverages, shoes, clothes, bicycles, backpacks, and many other items needed by low income families in Mingo and McDowell Counties.
Boone County Delegate Joshua Nelson is seeking donations of farm equipment for a program that gives a hand to veterans getting into farming.
Four former Freedom Industries executives have been arraigned on a superseding indictment stemming from a chemical spill last January that turned off tap water for 300,000 people.
Chapmanville Councilman Michael Collins says that a group of three other council members are playing a dirty political game and they have broken the state's Open Meeting laws.
A drug sweep involving around 18 people is underway in Boone County.
A water line extension, funding for the arts, and an annexation in the Town of Man were on the agenda at this week’s meeting of the Logan County Commission.
Mingo County Sheriff’s Deputy Sergeant James Muncy is being commended for his quick action in keeping a fire under control and saving a home.
9 year old Piper Cook rescued a 2-year-old from the deep-end of the Palisades Park Swimming Pool in Pineville last summer.
Human remains discovered in Lincoln County by West Virginia State Police are likely to be identified as an elderly man who lived on Garrets Bend Road.
It was Election Day in the City of Logan on Tuesday with Mayor Serafino Nolletti and the current City Council winning re-election.
35 year old Candida Fluty of Kermit is accused of injecting feces into her son’s IV at a Cincinnati hospital earlier this month. She has now been indicted by a Hamilton County, Ohio grand jury.
Kevin Fowler was the CEO at Logan Regional Medical Center from 2003 to 2010.
The West Virginia Legislature is sending a repeal of an energy portfolio to Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin. Both chambers previously passed the repeal overwhelmingly.
A federal judge is letting ex-Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship see the jury selection transcript from a case where another Massey official was convicted.
West Virginia lawmakers are considering giving themselves the ability to vote on state plans to comply with proposed federal carbon emission standards for coal-fired power plants.
Low-income West Virginia residents who need a hand to pay their winter heating bills can apply now through February 6th.
A five-month review of more than 23,600 coal dust samples shows that almost 99 percent were in compliance with a final rule that took effect in August.
A Logan native, now living in New Hampshire, got a surprise at a Burger King drive-thru: a bag full of cash instead of food.
39 year Mark Hall of Delbarton failed a field sobriety test. He consented to a blood test and came back positive for amphetamines, benzodiazepines and opiates. There was a small child in the vehicle with him.
Mechel Bluestone Inc. made the final payment for its 2013 tax bill in mid-December.
Fire Chief Scotty Beckett tells WVOW there were several accidents because of slick road conditions.
West Virginia State Police are searching for a Mingo County woman who is suspected to be part of a multi-state drug trafficking operation that was uncovered during a murder investigation. Sandra Prater of Delbarton allegedly financed trips to other states to bring drugs back to Mingo County to sell.
The suspect was wearing a black hoodie and a black scarf around his face when he entered the store around 8:45 am on Sunday.
The state now says graduation dates will stand regardless of snow days or school cancellations.
Westside High School Administrators got complaints from Ohio, Florida, and other states about a world cultures project for students that included material about the Middle East and Islam.
Man residents will elect a mayor, five council members and a town recorder.
A heavy coat under a harness could result in the harness becoming too loose and not effective in a crash.
Applications are being accepted through March for historic preservation development grants in West Virginia.
Since April, West Virginia has test-run seven boxes of bees on one former surface mine. The state hopes to expand and offer veterans and displaced miners training in beekeeping.
An annual report by the American Lung Association gives the Mountain State failing grades for tobacco prevention and control program funding, access to cessation services and tobacco taxes.
West Virginia American Water is accepting applications for its 2015 environmental grant program. Individual grants of up to $10,000 are up for grabs for innovative, community-based environmental projects
The West Virginia University fundraising campaign has topped the 80 percent mark in its quest to raise $1 billion.
West Virginia hunters harvested 2,385 black bears during the combined 2014 archery and firearms seasons.
Radiation oncologist Dr. Anshu K. Jain, of the Logan Regional Cancer Center, recently published an article with Dr. Yoshiya Yamada of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City advising physicians on the use of a highly specialized radiation therapy treatment.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is seeking original wildlife art for the 2016 edition of its wildlife calendar.
The annual Coal Heritage Lecture Series will run through May.