58-year old Leonard Dillon of Bim sold heroin to a confidential informant who was working with law enforcement in March of 2013.
Jason Browning is principal at Chapmanville Middle School and was recently awarded the honor during RESA 2's council meeting.
Williamson Memorial Hospital, Bluefield Regional Medical Center, two other hospitals in West Virginia, and approximately 200 hospitals across the county are part of a network that was hacked by a group from China.
“Moving Mountains” was filmed in Mingo County, Charleston, and other locations in West Virginia. It is the story of Trish Bragg of Pie and her fight for safe drinking water after wells throughout the community were destroyed by deep mining.
United Mine Workers union President Cecil Roberts has been re-elected to a new five-year term. He has served as the union's international president since 1995
West Virginia outdoors officials are looking to display trophy fish and big bucks at an upcoming event.
A Boone County man who shot another man three times in the back has pleaded guilty to the crime. 34 year old Dale Lowther Jr. of Van was originally charged with attemped murder. He was allowed to plead down to malicious assault.
3rd District Congressman Nick Rahall says the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development will provide a $985,800 dollar grant and a $1 million dollar low-interest loan for the Ben Creek project's second phase.
Firefighters responded to a call at the Averson Apartments in Whitesville around 6pm on Saturday.
West Virginia's hunting seasons for Canada goose and other birds will open September 1st.
Deputies in McDowell County found a dozen pot plants over the weekend and twenty more on Monday.
The 1st ever Logan Hit and Run Baseball Classic is coming to Roger E. Gertz Field
It happened at the crossing at Commerce Park Road. According to 911 dispatchers, the train hit the front end of a car. There were no injuries.
The PIECES Coalition of Logan is introducing a program aimed directly at assistance the family and friends of alcohol and drug addicts.
The Wyoming County Library Board met on Wednesday and decided to delay moving the Pineville Library to the Riverside Complex.
It will be a month before we know the fate of the ten men charged in the Mountain Laurel kickback scheme. The federal prosecutor and defense attorneys are preparing for ten sentencing hearings that will begin in October.
Another lawsuit has been filed against former Mingo County Circuit Judge Michael Thornsbury. Also named in the lawsuit are former emergency services director Jarrod Fletcher and former West Virginia State Police Trooper Brandon Moore.
21 year old Rodney Luke Thomas of Ragland allegedly picked up a 15 year old girl in Newtown and took her back to his residence in Ragland where he engaged in sexual intercourse with her.
The realignment was a recommendation from the West Virginia Department of Education because of geographic shifts in population.
Ten lawsuits have been filed against a coal mine respirator manufacturer and mine supply companies by coal miners and their families in Logan, Mingo, Boone, McDowell, and Fayette Counties.
A federal investigation has found employees at a McDowell County federal prison were allegedly exposed to blood-borne pathogens and other safety hazards.
Applications are available in the Logan County Clerk's Office
The Logan County Commission will be conducting the annual Logan County cleanup in August.
A private foundation said the well-being of West Virginia's children has improved over the past two decades. But there are still problem areas.
Figures released by the federal government show that West Virginia's per capita consumer spending in 2012 grew 3.2 percent over the previous year.
West Virginia's daily adult smoking rate didn't fall below 20 percent of the population between 1995 and 2010. During the same period, smoking rates in Virginia and Pennsylvania dropped below 15 percent. Rates in Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee fell below 20 percent.
The West Virginia State Agency for Surplus Property says its facility in Dunbar is a valuable resource for students on a tight budget.
A West Virginia app is now available to help those who are being abused or maltreated, particularly children.
The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources says the free app will make it easier for participants in the Women, Infants and Children program, or WIC, to shop for groceries.
The West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the West Virginia Commission on the Arts said they are adding a second funding cycle for professional development grants.