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Anonymous donation secures injured resident’s trip home
Anonymous donation secures injured resident’s trip home

Man’s mysterious mishap left him brain-damaged, stranded in China

Anonymous donation secures injured resident’s trip home
Anonymous donation secures injured resident’s trip home

Man’s mysterious mishap left him brain-damaged, stranded in China

Suspect accused of breaking into church to steal copper

A Fayette County man was arrested after allegedly breaking into a Mount Hope church in attempt to steal copper.

Dakota Shane Schrader, 20, of Mount Hope, was charged with entering without breaking, destruction of property and petty...

Raleigh man admits to selling heroin

A Raleigh County man who admitted to selling heroin in Stanaford will spend eight months in prison.

U.S. District Judge Irene Berger sentenced Jason Kaylor, 31, of Beckley, on Thursday. He pleaded guilty in July to selling heroin to a police...

Workers raise prison safety awareness
Workers raise prison safety awareness

Union members use billboards to inform public of issue

Statewide Amtrak ridership down
Statewide Amtrak ridership down

Huntington remains busiest passenger station again; Thurmond least-used

Fishing catches on: more out-of-state residents expected to get licenses in W.Va.
Fishing catches on: more out-of-state residents expected to get licenses in W.Va.

Official expects more out-of-state residents to get licenses in W.Va.

Senators gather for 1st W.Va. coalfields meeting

BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia’s struggling southern coalfields could get a needed economic boost from areas such as clean energy and tourism, higher taxes to pay for much-needed road projects and less regulation in hopes of a coal...

First snowflakes possible across much of WV this weekend

Cold,weather on tap for prep football Friday, WVU football Saturday

Charleston resident is first woman to be chancellor of Episcopal Diocese
Charleston resident is first woman to be chancellor of Episcopal Diocese

Diocesan Convention unanimously elects Karen Klein as first female chancellor

18 apply for vacant Huntington council seat

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — More than a dozen people have applied for a vacant seat on Huntington’s City Council.

The seat was left vacant when former council member Pete Gillespie resigned earlier this month.

The Herald-...

Natural gas production soars in W.Va. panhandle

WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) — Natural gas production in West Virginia’s Northern Panhandle has soared as drilling has increased in the Marcellus and Utica shales.

The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register reports that state data show...

38 become US citizens in Berkeley County ceremony

MARTINSBURG — More than 30 people from 23 countries have become United States citizens in Berkeley County.

U.S. District Judge Gina M. Groh presided over the naturalization ceremony on Friday in Martinsburg. Thirty-eight people took the...

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