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unanimously to remove county prosecutor
On trying, then failing, then trying again to drive a stick shift
General manager of minor-league team hopes to raise awareness, will sing during procedure
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Detectives are looking to question two men in connection with a shooting that injured a man on Charleston’s East End.
Charleston Lt. Steve Cooper, chief of detectives, named Andre ...
A Princeton man claims in a lawsuit against General Motors that the company’s cost saving measures overrode safety standards in their vehicles and resulted in the death of his wife and unborn child.
Local attorney shot up own house last year; sleep aid blamed
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Secret Service agents suspect the men who placed a card-skimming device on an ATM in Charleston were not local residents.
Bill Smarr, Charleston’s Secret Service resident agent in ...
County is the first in state to offer
‘cutting edge’ emergency service
Authorities are investigating after a card skimmer was used on an ATM in Charleston.
Craig Stilwell, executive vice president of retail banking at City National Bank, confirmed the device was used Saturday evening ...
Charleston man surrenders; tells witnesses he shot woman to death
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Police are still looking for a Charleston man wanted for questioning in connection with a homicide on the city’s West Side.
Charleston detectives named Marlon “Ice” D...
Beagle-bassett hound mix was killed by officer
Woman who filed lawsuit against
media executive did not come to court
The Clay man was driving at more than 100 mph when he crashed, died
Police have identified a person of interest in the shooting death of a Charleston woman whose body was found along railroad tracks on the city’s West Side.
Investigators would like to speak with Marlon ...
Authorities say man
involved in at least eight crashes around city before flipping vehicle
Man said he couldn’t swim but wanted to take a dip in Kanawha
A Clay County man was arrested after allegedly assaulting a veteran television news reporter covering a story near Bomont.
WCHS-TV reporter Bob Aaron, 67, was recovering from the incident Monday evening. He suffere...
Body found close to
Magic Island had signs of blunt force trauma
Former NFL star’s
horseshoe competition returns by demand
Though a tropical storm churning on the East Coast is expected to move north this week, meteorologists expect sunny weather for the holiday weekend in the Kanawha Valley.
Tropical Storm Arthur remained in the Atlan...
Proposal would remove drinking use restriction for 72 miles of river
Police defend use of force with
account that differs from owner’s
Suspect accused of charging officer with butcher knife
Taylor County delegate calls for investigation after police kill canine
Woman says officer shot pet three times
as it ran away
Jackson man arrested for bomb, planning to attack playground, family
A day after temporary replacement chosen, nomination named
for schools chief
By ASHLEY B. CRAIG
daily mail staff
Carl Tomblin, the brother of Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, was sentenced to home confinement and probation after admitting he sold powerful prescription pain killers to feed his o...
Previous agreement scrapped; county
prosecutor must attend
Logan County’s own Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. likes to be among his fans.
That much was obvious from his show at the Clay Center for the Performing Arts in Charleston Thursday night. The humble winner of NBC&...
Man shot multiple times set to go home
Kanawha Prosecutor Mark Plants may have unsupervised visits with his sons but no overnight visits for three months, according to a final protective order issued by a Cabell family court judge.
Cabell Family Court J...
The state Supreme Court denied former Charleston lawyer Dante DiTrapano’s request to have his law license reinstated despite a hearing panel’s recommendation otherwise.
The Court issued its opinion We...
Keystone Industries surface mine set for Kanawha State Forest
One of the kittens rescued by its mother from a burning Boone County mobile home has had a leg amputated.
Lori Sayre, office manager at Good Shepherd Veterinary Hospital, said veterinarians could not repair the dam...
Charleston office gets surprise guest
Shelter volunteers searching for homes for five tiny felines
Oak Hill man accused of tying jogger to trees, cutting clothes off
West Virginia has seen a five percent drop in the prison population since the Justice Reinvestment Act was signed into law last year, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin told the Council of State Governments in Washington.
Thousands of cars rumbled into the Capital City Monday for the Hot Rod Power Tour much to the delight of those who parked their lawn chairs to watch the hot wheels roll by.
David Fisher, a member of the Nitro Antiq...
Bob Cleveland can answer all manner of questions about engines and fuel systems for cars, trucks, boats and even lawn mowers.
Ask the Sta-Bil “Engine Answerman” how fast a mower can go, and he can tel...
Hot Rod magazine’s Power Tour brings 3,500 vehicles to city
Teens accused of damaging $40,000 of property at Parkersburg facility
Suspect fled after served warrant, changed into ‘prepper’ gear
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest of anyone who purposefully points a laser at an airplane.
The FBI announced the national campaign Tuesday to bring awareness to t...
Police have named three suspects they believe broke into a Huntington home and severely injured a dog.
Huntington Detective Josh Coffey identified the three suspects in Thursday’s Monroe Street break-in as ...
Huntington pit bull was beaten with baseball bat by men breaking into home
Officers also conducted several raids in past weeks to fight offenses