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A Chapmanville woman is in jail following the death of her one-month-old child. Angela Gail Adams, 27, was arrested and charged with child neglect resulting in death.
Candida Fluty of Kermit allegedly put fecal matter in her son's IV to make him sicker at a Cincinnati hospital. In a plea deal she will do six years in prison.
A substantial debt payment looms next month for Alpha Natural Resources. Wednesday's Wall Street Journal reports Alpha has over 3 billion dollars in long term debt.
S & E Clearing and Hydroseeding of Varney submitted the lowest bid out of seven at $1.51 million for the project, which is scheduled to begin on July 9th.
A judge says he's looking to approve a $2.5 million bankruptcy deal involving the company behind the massive chemical spill last year.
An ATV crash in McDowell County involving three juveniles early Wednesday afternoon left one girl dead.
Former Maintenance Manager Gary K. Griffith was sentenced to six months in federal prison, three years of supervised release, and a $5,000 fine. He was also ordered to pay $250,000 in restitution to Arch Coal.
23 year old Adrianne Marie Allen of Princeton was held on a $5,000 dollar bond after someone posted a mobile phone video of her and her son outside of a doctor’s office in Welch.
U.S. Senator Joe Manchin was in Logan County on Tuesday to talk face to face with coal miners about the Supreme Court decision that struck down the EPA’s mercury emissions rule because it did not consider the cost of compliance.
Logan County Magistrate Jeff Lane is no longer a magistrate. He has transitioned to a position as a probation officer.
The Supreme Court has sent a power plant mercury pollution rule back to the Environmental Protection Agency. The 5-4 decision states that the EPA should have considered the costs of the rule much earlier in the process.
Ecosystem Investment Partners and Canaan Valley Institute broke ground on a stream restoration project in Logan County on Monday at Copperas Mine Fork.
Blackhawk plans to purchase Patriot's Rocklick and Wells operations in Boone County and the Panther, Kanawha Eagle, Paint Creek, and Midland Trail operations in Kanawha County.
The West Virginia Humanities Council is bringing a traveling exhibit to the Hatfield'McCoy Convention and Visitors Bureau in downtown Logan.
State Police received a witness statement that said that 31 year old Jimmy Stepp of Guysville, Ohio admitted to being involved in the crime.
“I have been blessed in more ways than I could ever express. This has been an opportunity of a lifetime.”--First Lady Joanne Tomblin.
39-year-old Anita Gail Cecil and 20-year-old Christopher Cecil were arrested and charged with battery.
It’s time for the annual Running Wildcats Basketball Camp. It will run July 15th, 16th, and 17th at Willie Akers Arena from 9am to 1pm each day.
Logan County Schools, Energy Express, and other programs will provide meals and learning for students over the summer months.
The U.S. Small Business Administration says the application deadline is July 13. The loans are available to organizations including homeless shelters, museums, libraries and schools in Logan, Mingo, Lincoln, Boone, Cabell, and Wayne counties.
Lincoln County Fairs and Festivals is hosting an Independence Day celebration through Sunday at the Lincoln County Memorial Fairgrounds in Hamlin.
MetroNews and WVOW broadcaster Hoppy Kercheval is among ten people named to the West Virginia Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
7th and 12th grade students in Logan County Schools will have new school immunization requirements and will be required to show proof of these immunizations prior to school entry for the 2015/2016 school year.
West Virginia Lottery officials say "casino night" fundraisers conducted by charitable organizations are illegal.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is participating in a study of the loggerhead shrike to determine why the songbird's population is declining.
Thirteen Eastern states, including West Virginia and Virginia, are working to keep track of the often-unseen culverts that despite their invisibility are critical to wildlife habitat and minimizing flood damage.
The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission has approved tuition and fee increases sought by West Virginia University, Potomac State College of WVU and West Virginia State University.
The university's Board of Governors approved increases of about 3 percent to 4 percent, depending on a student's class and residency.