WVOW has learned from reliable sources this week that a second employee at Mountain Laurel has been fired in connection with a federal investigation into a kickback and billing scheme and there are allegations of debauchery at a house owned by Arch Coal.
The sentencing of former Mingo County prosecuting attorney Michael Sparks has been pushed back to June.
Spring gobbler season opens Monday and runs through Saturday, May 24th in all 55 West Virginia Counties.
There is an ongoing property dispute in Lincoln County between the state of West Virginia and a private property owner.
Two Fire Departments responded to a house fire at an abanboned mobile home in Orgas of Boone County early Tuesday morning.
An apartment building in McDowell County partially collapsed Monday night, leaving numerous residents homeless. There were no injuries reported.
A series of brush fires over the weekend in Boone County are suspected to be arson.
38 year old Gregory Lamont Rushing was in court on charges of stealing water after his service had been disconnected when police arrested him on five counts of burglary and one count of grand larceny.
One person was critically injured in an ATV accident on the Hatfield McCoy Trail near Beartown in Wyoming County.
A senior at WVU and her capstone project created even more rivalry between Wyoming East and Westside High Schools and it also created more fitness for students at both schools.
Residents in Boone County gathered Friday night at the Madison Courthouse to help stop the violence against kids.
James River Coal Co. intends to sell parts or all of its business at an auction in July.
Murray Energy Corporation has confirmed it will terminate medical coverage of nearly 1,200 Consol Energy retirees who worked in coal mines Murray bought out a little more than a year ago.
A Boone County man faces three armed robbery charges in Monongalia County.
The Mayor of Williamson Darrin McCormick is expected to admit to lying to federal investigators.
The agreement was signed with Unilin NA, LLC, Robert C. Byrd Institute and the U.S. Department of Labor/Office of Apprenticeship.
The month of April is full of events with proceeds benefiting the LCAA.
An annual survey shows long-term and home health care costs in West Virginians are outpacing such costs nationally.
The Specialized Family Care program is looking for individuals and families who are willing to provide care in their homes for adults and children with disabilities.
The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources has announced new eligibility guidelines for the WIC program.
A James Madison University associate professor and a student are conducting a research project aimed at restoring American ginseng in the wild in West Virginia.
The season began March 1st and continues through May 31st. Outdoor burning during this period is prohibited between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. to prevent forest fires.
Players will get instruction from professional coaches including Reds coaches and Reds players will appear at the camp. The West Virginia Camp will be located at Hurricane High School July 21st through July 25th.
West Virginia University researchers predict the state's population will decline by 1 percent, or nearly 20,000 residents, through the year 2030 as deaths continue to outpace births.
Cliffs Natural Resources will be hosting a Grant Writing Workshop on Thursday, May 8th from 9:00am to 3:00pm at the Wyoming County campus of Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College in Saulsville.