The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has won the latest round in the legal fight over Arch Coal’s Spruce #1 mine in Logan County.
66 year old James E. Bryant of Henlawson was arrested on Tuesday and charged with breaking and entering, grand larceny, conspiracy to commit a felony, and destruction of property.
The Supreme Court ruled that Benjamin White of Chapmanville violated two Rules of Professional Conduct in a dispute over fees with his former employer, the Hendrickson and Long Law Firm in Charleston.
A state economic group has calculated that 5,000 jobs have been lost in West Virginia since 2011, most of them in the state's southern coalfields.
West Virginia’s fall forest fire season began Wednesday and runs through December 31st. Daytime burning is prohibited from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday is the 4th Annual Hycat Invitational and the Chief Logan Rec Center is serving as the host once again.
The Health Fair will be Friday at the Madison Civic Center.
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A federal judge has approved a settlement with MSHA involving the widows of the 2006 Aracoma mine disaster in Logan County.
In attempt to keep costs to subscribers low, the company opted out of carrying Viacom Channels.
Kevin Zachary was appointed to take on the role of Chief Executive Officer. Zachary will replace Jerry Dooley who has been serving as interim CEO since May.
Beverly Roark was given both Volunteer of the Year for the state of West Virginia and for the Southeastern District.
The West Virginia Fire Commission selected Anthony Carrico of Boone County to succeed Sterling Lewis Jr. on Monday at a meeting in Flatwoods.
The State Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training cited that the mine did not have proper support in its walls and roofs.
On July 31st Alpha Natural Resources issued over 1110 WARN notices to employees at mines across the state. Now, some of those WARN notice have become layoffs while other notices have been extended.
The Logan County Sheriff's Office collected 99 pounds of unwanted, unused, and expired prescription drugs on Saturday.
Children will be able to purchase several sets of clothes, a pair of shoes, a winter coat, and a couple of toys while they shop with and bond with county deputies.
The designation is awarded to the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country.
Crews from three different fire departments responded to the Van Auction House on Route 85 in Van around 4:30pm on Sunday.
Educator of the Year will go to First Lady Joanne Jaeger Tomblin, the president of Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College. The Champion for Coal award will go to Roger Horton of Citizens for Coal.
West Virginia’s 2014 archery seasons for white-tailed deer, black bear and wild boar opened Saturday. The bear archery season is a split season, now through November 22nd and then December 3rd through the 31st.
The Hatfield-McCoy National TrailFest is coming up October 9th through the 13th in Gilbert. Trailfest is the premier UTV, ATV and Dirtbike riding event and is a worldwide phenomenon.
Logan, Mingo, Lincoln, Boone, and McDowell County Schools alare among the counties that have received approval on a plan to allow students to earn college credit in high school.
A new report by two public health groups shows West Virginia and Mississippi have the highest adult obesity rates in the nation.
Based on the available records provided by WorkForce West Virginia, Walmart has been the state’s top private sector employer since at least 1999.
Arrest figures show that a majority of drug arrests in West Virginia are for marijuana.
A $21 million federal grant will help students in 10 West Virginia counties, including Mingo, Boone, and Wyoming, prepare for college and career training programs.