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The Wildcats land seven players on the All-Big 12 first team, and come close to sweeping the individual awards.
5 hrs ago | Charleston Daily Mail
The Vandalia Award, West Virginia's highest folklife honor, will be presented to folklorist, filmmaker, author and musician Gerald Milnes of Elkins, Randolph County, this Friday at the 37th Annual Vandalia Gathering.
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Speedsters, mark your calendars: July 1 is the day you can legally drive 70 mph on much of the state's Interstate highway system, thanks to a change in state law OK'd earlier this year and set to take effect this summer.
13 hrs ago | CBS Local
A West Virginia mother accused of drowning her 2-year-old son in a hotel bathtub last year now faces new charges.
Control Products Incorporated wants you to "Buy Mulch for a Month" as part of their annual fundraiser to the United Way of Southern West Virginia.
Jane Marks has been executive director of the West Virginia chapter of the Alzheimer's Association since 2001.
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. The June 2013 issue of Wonderful West Virginia magazine, now on sale, celebrates its namesake's 150th anniversary of statehood with a special "Day in the Life" issue featuring nearly 100 photos provided by readers.
The West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles is offering motorists the chance to show a little Mountain State pride in the state's 150th year.
I read with interest the letter by Congressman McKinley bemoaning the jobless recovery saying that " what's happening on Wall Street is not translating to Main Street across America." So true.
Stanley "Champ" Sedmock, a 13-year resident of Cortland Acres, may not have to wait long for U.S. Sen.
Swarms of bees have been spotted in the Mid-Ohio Valley this spring, but this is not a problem, only part of the bees' cycle of life, say local beekeepers.
West Virginia's House of Delegates faces a momentous decision after Speaker Rick Thompson departs for Gov.
A crisis-pregnancy center that counsels women not to have abortions has moved next door to a health facility in Charleston that provides abortions.
As expected, the Weir High and Oak Glen girls battled for the 4x800 title and a Golden Bear won the boys long jump.
Ryan Kent has joined the Bowles Rice LLP law firm as an associate practicing in the areas of energy, oil, natural gas, real estate, and tax law.