- W.Va. legislative committee studies reforming tax code Updated: May-04-15 6:20 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A legislative committee spent hours Monday brushing up on West Virginia's tax code as lawmakers look toward possible reforms.
- W.Va. regulators: Company scheming to limit spill cleanup Updated: May-04-15 4:10 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - State regulators say Freedom Industries "embarked upon a scheme" to get concessions on cleanup obligations at the site of last year's chemical spill.
- 2 W.Va. students earn US Presidential Scholar honor Updated: May-04-15 12:46 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Two West Virginia high school students have received a national award honoring achievement in academics or the arts.
- Police investigating if body found in river is missing woman Updated: May-04-15 6:13 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Authorities are investigating whether a body found along the Ohio River in Gallia County could be a missing West Virginia woman.
- High school senior to take special needs student to prom Updated: May-04-15 3:02 am
FOLLANSBEE, West Virginia - A West Virginia high school student is taking a special date to her senior prom, a special needs student.
- Banking official to speak at West Liberty commencement Updated: May-04-15 2:07 am
WEST LIBERTY, West Virginia - The chief operating officer of Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh will address students at West Liberty University's spring commencement ceremony.
- Students to compete in West Virginia Bridge Design Contest Updated: May-04-15 2:07 am
SOUTH CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Middle and high school students from across West Virginia are competing to create the best bridge design.
- Recreation season begins at East Lynn Lake Updated: May-04-15 2:05 am
EAST LYNN, West Virginia - The recreation season is getting underway at East Lynn Lake.
- Companies ask Boone judge to keep suit's pill records sealed Updated: May-03-15 3:08 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Eleven pharmaceutical drug distributors have asked a judge to deny the state's request to unseal a court filing containing information about their shipments to West Virginia pharmacies.
- West Virginia Marble Festival to move to Paden City in 2016 Updated: May-03-15 2:07 pm
CAIRO, West Virginia - The West Virginia Marble Festival is moving to the home of the state's last remaining marble factory.
- Pit bull at center of W.Va. Supreme Court case euthanized Updated: May-03-15 1:04 pm
BLUEFIELD, West Virginia - Authorities have euthanized a pit bull that was at the center of a West Virginia Supreme Court case involving municipal court powers.
- Ex-chief, wife admit taking money from Marshall County VFD Updated: May-03-15 12:35 pm
MOUNDSVILLE, West Virginia - A former fire chief and his wife have received probation for using a Marshall County volunteer fire department's funds to buy personal items.
- 2 W.Va. churches organize garden to help drug addicts Updated: May-03-15 9:51 am
PARKERSBURG, West Virginia - Two churches are working together to provide free and healthy produce while helping participants battle drug problems.
- Lost River Trading Post offers eclectic experience Updated: May-03-15 9:47 am
WARDENSVILLE, West Virginia - For years, Paul Yandura and Donald Hitchcock had passed through this small dot of a town on the way to their vacation home in Lost River about 20 miles away. The Hardy County town, with a population of about 250 people, really only has one main drag, but it's a classic Main Street, which had been a sleepy one for many years.
- State IDs faulty tanks; now tank law is being scaled back Updated: May-02-15 11:14 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - After a 2014 chemical spill polluted drinking water for more than 300,000 people in West Virginia, lawmakers there quickly mandated tighter surveillance of the state's chemical storage tanks. It revealed dozens of tanks that shouldn't have been in service still posed a potential threat to drinking water for more than 134,000 people downstream. Many were corroded and a few were filled with hazardous chemicals.
- Martinsburg factory gives chocolate lovers a tour Updated: May-02-15 10:16 am
MARTINSBURG, West Virginia - Chocolate lovers got the opportunity to look behind-the-scenes, or under the wrapper, at the chocolate-making process with tours at DeFluri's Fine Chocolates in downtown Martinsburg, part of the 2015 Main Street Martinsburg Chocolate Festival and Book Faire.
- W.Va. governor's substance abuse panels to meet Monday Updated: May-02-15 10:10 am
ROMNEY, West Virginia - Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin's task forces on substance abuse are slated to meet in Romney and Morgantown.
- West Virginia University board approves tuition increases Updated: May-01-15 3:52 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - West Virginia University's Board of Governors has approved a tuition increase of nearly 10 percent for in-state students.
- Bankrupt W.Va. spill company offers $2.7M for victims Updated: May-01-15 2:46 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Freedom Industries is proposing paying $6.7 million to various parties, including victims of the company's January 2014 chemical spill.
- Ex-W.Va. loan officer pleads guilty to bank fraud Updated: May-01-15 1:46 pm
MARTINSBURG, West Virginia - A federal prosecutor says a former loan officer has pleaded guilty to bank fraud.
- Mason County Board of Education faces $17k in enviro fines Updated: May-01-15 10:07 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - The Mason County Board of Education faces almost $17,000 in state environmental fines for sewage issues at three elementary schools.
- Glenville State to hold criminal justice camp this summer Updated: May-01-15 9:04 am
GLENVILLE, West Virginia - Glenville State College will conduct a criminal justice camp for students this summer.
- West Virginia fugitives arrested at Maryland mall Updated: May-01-15 7:38 am
LAVALE, Maryland - Two people wanted by West Virginia State Police were arrested at a Maryland mall.
- Marshall medical school dean establishes scholarship Updated: May-01-15 7:07 am
HUNTINGTON, West Virginia - The dean of Marshall University's medical school has established a scholarship at the school in honor of his wife.
- Flags ordered lowered in memory of former Sen. Chernenko Updated: May-01-15 3:22 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has ordered state flags at the Capitol Complex in Charleston and at all state-owned facilities in Brooke County to be lowered in memory of former state Sen. John Chernenko.