- West Virginia museums to let military members in for free Updated: May-23-15 9:20 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Several West Virginia attractions are participating in the National Endowment for the Arts initiative to offer free admission to active-duty military members and their families.
- W.Va. man shot by police sentenced for weapons violation Updated: May-22-15 4:12 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A Parkersburg man who was shot by police during a standoff last year has been sentenced to seven years in federal prison for a weapons violation.
- W.Va. introduces military heritage website, brochure Updated: May-22-15 3:10 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - The state Division of Tourism has introduced a website and brochure on West Virginia's military heritage ahead of the Memorial Day weekend.
- Ex-Freedom Industries officials arraigned on new indictment Updated: May-21-15 6:08 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Two former Freedom Industries executives have been arraigned on a second superseding indictment stemming from a massive chemical spill last January.
- Charleston only West Virginia city with 50,000 population Updated: May-21-15 11:32 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Charleston is hanging on as the only city in West Virginia with a population of more than 50,000, while Morgantown is now the state's third-largest city, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
- Summit to focus on drug addiction in W.Va. Updated: May-21-15 2:23 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A West Virginia state delegate says he'll be holding a summit in Charleston that focuses on drug addiction in the state.
- Commission: Raise W.Va. Turnpike toll to fund road projects Updated: May-20-15 2:04 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Tolls on the West Virginia Turnpike should be raised to finance up to $1 billion in bonds for statewide highway construction and maintenance, a state commission said in a report released Wednesday.
- Ex-chemical company execs want trial moved outside W.Va. Updated: May-19-15 11:13 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Attorneys for two former executives charged in a chemical spill say their clients can't get a fair trial in West Virginia.
- American Wind Symphony Orchestra to tour W.Va. this summer Updated: May-18-15 12:31 pm
HUNTINGTON, West Virginia - An orchestra that uses a barge as its floating home plans a concert tour of West Virginia this summer.
- Solar co-ops sprouting across West Virginia Updated: May-18-15 7:41 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Cooperatives aimed at reducing the costs of residential solar arrays are sprouting up around West Virginia.
- W.Va. man charged with murder in heroin OD death Updated: May-18-15 5:56 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A 27-year-old Charleston man has been charged with first-degree murder in the heroin overdose death of a 43-year-old woman.
- W.Va. student who pleaded guilty in sex case arrested Updated: May-16-15 1:38 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A student who pleaded guilty to forcing a 15-year-old female to have sex with him has been arrested after his bond was revoked.
- W.Va. justices: Pharmacies, doctors can by sued by addicts Updated: May-15-15 11:05 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Pharmacies and doctors who negligently prescribed pain medication can be sued for enabling people's addictions, the West Virginia Supreme Court ruled.
- Convicted felon pleads guilty to firearm possession Updated: May-15-15 2:42 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A 32-year-old Charleston man has pleaded guilty to being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.
- WV man sentenced for robbery in federal court Updated: May-14-15 2:26 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A 36-year-old Charleston man has been sentenced in federal court for aiding and abetting a robbery affecting interstate commerce.
- Boil water advisory issued for part of Charleston Updated: May-13-15 6:42 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - West Virginia American Water has issued a precautionary boil water advisory for about 125 customers around Bendview Drive in the South Hills area of Charleston.
- Judge rejects bankruptcy plan for company in chemical spill Updated: May-13-15 4:03 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A judge has rejected a $6.7 million bankruptcy plan by the company behind a January 2014 chemical spill in West Virginia.
- Judge rejects bankruptcy plan for company in chemical spill Updated: May-13-15 3:20 pm
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A judge has rejected a $6.7 million bankruptcy plan by the company behind a January 2014 chemical spill.
- Request to dismiss West Virginia psych hospital case denied Updated: May-13-15 5:52 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A request from the state Department of Health and Human Resources to throw out a 34-year-old psychiatric hospital case has been denied.
- Racing commission gives more than $10 million to breeders Updated: May-13-15 4:31 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - The West Virginia Racing Commission has given more than $10 million to greyhound breeders, with a small group receiving the most benefits.
- US economic development official to speak in S. Charleston Updated: May-13-15 3:19 am
SOUTH CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A top federal economic development official is slated to speak in South Charleston.
- Governor signs new Senate bills to help grow beer industry Updated: May-12-15 5:40 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Two bills were signed by West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to assist in the growing beer and tourism industries of the state.
- TSA to conduct night training at Yeager Airport Updated: May-12-15 1:04 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - The Transportation Security Administration will conduct several full-scale training exercises at Yeager Airport in the middle-of-the-night.
- Justice announces 2016 Democratic bid for W.Va. governor Updated: May-11-15 6:26 pm
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, West Virginia - Surrounded by employees from his resort, his family and the youth basketball players he coaches, billionaire businessman Jim Justice kicked off a Democratic campaign Monday for governor of West Virginia.
- Report: Closed clinic's infractions included errors, guns Updated: May-11-15 11:02 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Unsecured guns and medication errors were among the infractions found at Charleston pain clinic shut down by the state, a state inspection report shows.