CHARLESTON, W.Va. - A Fayette County woman's dog was able to stop a late night intruder while she called for help.
Zambelli Fireworks crews have placed hundreds of tubes that will be used to launch thousands of fireworks from the roof of the state Capitol building during the state's three-day sesquicentennial celebration.
Police said Earnest punched Demello at a home on Joan Street in Wheeling on May 9, causing Demello to fall and hit his head on the sidewalk.
Even the phrase will have you giggling as the FestivALL West Side Wiener Dog Races return Saturday at Stonewall Jackson Middle School on Washington Street West at the corner of Park Avenue.
Kallie Cart Web Producer: Heath Harrison Reported: Jun. 19, 2013 9:16 PM EDT Updated: Jun. 19, 2013 10:39 PM EDT Emancipation Day, also known as Juneteenth, was recognized Wednesday night in Chalreston.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - A union official denied his group strong-armed anyone into voting for Delegate Tim Miley, D-Harrison, for Speaker of the House.
Fitch Ratings on Wednesday affirmed its high ratings on more than $900 million in state-backed bonds, saying the state's well-managed finances and ample reserves put West Virginia on good footing for paying back its debts.
WV Secretary of Education and The Arts Kay Goodwin, test rings the bell that will be rung to commentate the states 150th birthday Wednesday at the State Capitol.
Earth to legislature; earth to legislature: the citizens of West Virginia chose Charleston - not Wheeling - as the state capitol more than a century ago.
"The courthouse is usually the most elaborate and beautiful building in the county," Michael Workman, a West Virginia State University professor, wrote in a chapter about the history of courthouses.
Sara Lane has spent the last two months painstakingly designing and constructing a massive birthday cake for the impending Sesquicentennial celebrations, state officials said.
Jeff Morris Web Producer: Jeff Morris Reported: Jun. 18, 2013 4:09 PM EDT Updated: Jun. 18, 2013 4:20 PM EDT An annual race is set for Charleston on Saturday that raises awareness about colorectal cancer and takes runners on a challenging course with a long climb up to Spring Hill Cemetery.
A McDowell County man who was injured Monday in a single-vehicle crash on U.S. Route 52 is now in the intensive care unit of a Charleston hospital.
A Raleigh County middle school teacher has been fired after she was accused of sending inappropriate texts to one of her students.