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4 hrs ago | WCHS-TV Charleston
Charleston police are taking technology to the streets and hoping a new security camera will curb crime at a west side convenience store at the center of a lot of problems.
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8 hrs ago | West Virginia Metro
The state Division of Tourism will have more money to spend on advertising West Virginia in the wake of the Jan. 9 chemical spill and water emergency in parts of nine counties.
12 hrs ago | WCHS-TV Charleston
In this week's Behind The Kitchen Door, the IHOP on MacCorkle Avenue in Charleston received eight critical and four non-critical violations from the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department.
16 hrs ago | Weirton Daily Times
Frustrated by the ways of Washington and often at odds with leaders of his own party, Sen. Joe Manchin is leaving his options open - including a possible run for his old job as West Virginia governor in 2016.
Firefighters and police officers in South Charleston will see their salaries go up a little more each year.
After 23 years on the job Charleston Fire Chief Chuck Overstreet is retiring. His last day at work is Friday.
It's always good to know when a public official has been cleared of any possible criminal wrong-doing.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced Thursday that his office is seeking to dismiss a lawsuit by the city of Charleston regarding a gun law passed by the Legislature.
MetroNews affiliate WVOW Radio in Logan is reporting at least one employee at Arch Coal's Mountain Laurel Complex in Sharples, W.Va.
A Mercer County woman was sentenced to a 15-month prison term Wednesday at her sentencing hearing at U.S. District Court in Charleston.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. In just a few days, some big changes happening in Kanawha County Schools, ahead of an even bigger change set to kick-in this fall.
Tyler County Superintendent of Schools Robin Daquilante briefed the Board of Education April 8 about the county's excellent showing at Arts Alive.
A house and two vehicles are burned out and the suspect faces an array of charges after a wild incident on Charleston's South Ruffner Road Tuesday night.
The American Heart Association Heart Walk in Charleston is still months away but excitement surrounding the event is already building in the capital city.